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Subject: BS program at The Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT)

BS program at The Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT)

From: Angelika Rauch <an-rauch>
Date: Thursday, January 18, 2007
Places are available on Bachelor of Science in Furniture
Conservation and Restoration Programme in Letterfrack, Ireland

The Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT)
<URL:> is offering places for the
Bachelor of Science Programme in Furniture Conservation and
Restoration on the Letterfrack campus situated on the scenic west
coast of Ireland.

The three year full-time programme commences in September 2007. It
is comprised of practical and theoretical subjects including
Professional Studies in Conservation, Traditional Processes,
Conservation Science, various documentation techniques and Furniture
History. In the practical training students learn by working on
historic furniture under personal instruction by experienced tutors.
A 16 week work placement as well as study trips complement the
fascinating learning experience.

The facilities for the programme include a state of the art
conservation work area, woodworking and woodturning facilities with
a range of power tools and fixed machinery as well as a scientific
laboratory and photographic equipment.

The programme is accredited by the European Credit Transfer System
(ECTS), which enables graduates to progress to a Bachelor Honours
and Masters Degree.

Admission of school leavers and mature applicants from Ireland and
other countries is administered through the

    Central Admissions Office (CAO)
    Course Code 972

Woodworking training or conservation/restoration internship are no
mandatory requirements for application

For further information please contact

    Henning Schulze
    <henning.schulze [at] gmit__ie> or

    Angelika Rauch
    <angelika.rauch [at] gmit__ie> or


                  Conservation DistList Instance 20:36
                Distributed: Saturday, January 27, 2007
                       Message Id: cdl-20-36-001
Received on Thursday, 18 January, 2007

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