Develop your expertise through our Masters in Cultural
Materials Conservation, higher degree and other programs
Study with us
Explore cultural materials conservation with us which emphasises philosophical, intellectual, scientific and industry-based thinking. You will study with senior conservation academics and knowledge holders, and professional conservators and heritage practitioners.
Our conservation teaching and research programs are interdisciplinary, flexible with our intensive mode of delivery and informed by our industry-experts at Grimwade Conservation Services, The University of Melbourne’s 30 plus cultural collections, and the facilities of the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Science. We teach on campus at the Grimwade Centre state-of-the-art facilities, online and in the field for some of our subjects.
Find out more
Find out more about studying our:
- Master of Cultural Materials Conservation (by Coursework)
- Graduate Certificate in Arts (Advanced) (Principles of Cultural Materials Conservation specialisation)
- Specialist Certificate in Cross-Cultural Conservation and Heritage (SC-CCCONS)The Specialist Certificate provides culturally informed advocates with an opportunity to enhance their expert knowledge. On successful completion of the Specialist Certificate, students may be eligible to progress to our graduate degree conservation programs.
Learn more about our non-award, one-week Chemistry Bridging Course tailored for students without a chemistry background.
Our research pathways include:
- Doctor of Philosophy (Arts) (PhD)
- Master of Arts (Thesis Only)
- Master of Arts (Advanced Seminar and Shorter Thesis)
Further information on applying for the three degrees above can be found on the Faculty of Arts Future Students Graduate Research web page.