International Double Degree Programme

Cultural Heritage Conservation and Management

The programme provides students with integrated theoretical and practical knowledge on conservation, cultural heritage and its preservation, and management, whilst enabling them to connect with experts worldwide.

Programme Duration

2 Years

Degree

Master of Arts

Partner School

University for Applied Arts Vienna

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Programme Benefits
  • Knowledge on conservation of cultural heritage is essential for preserving cultural artefacts for future generations.
  • International value, experience as well as opportunities for staff exchange between Thailand and Austria.
  • In reaching the programme’s objectives, graduates will be able to work and compete internationally in the much-required fields of cultural heritage and conservation.
Who Is This Programme For?
  • Graduates keen on being part of the state-of-the-art, highly efficient and competitive workforce in this field.
  • Individuals looking to enhance their understanding of the past and the complexities of the heritage work environment.
  • Graduates who appreciate a workplace culture that stems work from multinational work environments.

What People Say About The Programme

The Arts

in Cultural heritage conservation and management programme focuses on providing the necessary opportunity to skills and knowledge within the heritage sector. It provides graduates with integrated theoretical and practical knowledge on conservation, cultural heritage, its preservation, and management, whilst enabling them to connect with industry experts worldwide. The programme is designed to give students the appropriate professional skills that are necessary to cope with the dynamic employment demands of modern society and thereby increasing students’ opportunities of success upon graduation

Requirement

Education

Bachelor’s Degree in Conservation / Restoration OR Master’s Degree in a discipline of the arts or any other related field to conservation / restoration.

English

English Proficiency Test: Equivalent to Level B1, Common European Framework TOEFL IELTS (4.0) TOEIC (550 Listening & Reading) Oxford Online (41) Cambridge English (140) CU-TEP (35) SUIC English Test (60 out of 100) * Students must have English proficiency scores equivalent to B1 and submit the results in order to be eligible to register for courses in the second semester.

Study Plan

Year 1

Students take courses on the conservation of cultural heritage in preserving cultural artefacts for future generations. Learners undertake a curriculum designed in response to the need for a highly efficient, state-of-the-art and competitive workforce in this field.

Year 2

In the final year, students explore integrated theoretical and practical knowledge on conservation, cultural heritage and its preservation, alongside management, whilst enabling them to connect with experts worldwide.

Career

Cultural heritage and preservation management, Advisor and consultant in conservation or for heritage preservation, Historic planning coordinator, Cultural heritage management

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Required Documents

Required Documents

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  • The application form can be downloaded at www.suic.su.ac.th (An applicant shall submit a completely filled-in and signed application form along with supporting documents)
  • A copy of High school transcript and diploma: M.6 or equivalent such as: GED, GCE (A level grade A*-E), IB Diploma, NZQA (Level 2 = 60 credits & Level 1 = 20 credits)
  • A copy of Applicant and Parents Identification Card (for Thai) / or Passport (for Foreigner)
  • A copy of Applicant and Parents House’s Registration (for Thai)
  • 2 (1” or 1.5” size) photos of facing-forward and no sunglasses
  • Digital Portfolio of 5-7 pieces of art work on CD or Flash Drive (For B.F.A. in DCD programme only)
  • A copy and original (will be returned after the university record) of an official English language test score not older than two years from the application date is acceptable as follows. The applicant may submit only one of the following test scores:·TOEFL (ITP = 543 / IBT = 72) / CBT = 193 OR IELTS (5.5) OR SAT (Evidence-Based Reading and Writing) 450 For HTM programme·TOEFL (ITP = 543 / IBT = 61) / CBT = 173 OR IELTS (5.5) OR SAT (Evidence-Based Reading and Writing) 450 For LBM & DCD programmes
  • The application fee 400 Baht: The applicant who applies by postal mail shall attach all required documents and a copy of bank deposit slip or a copy of money order mentioning the applicant’s name with the application form
Bank Account Information

Account Name: Silpakorn University International College

Account Number: 058-0-39281-3

Bank Name: Krungthai Bank (Swift Code: KRTHTHBK)

Branch: Bang Khun Non Branch

Bank Address: 150/28 Bangkhunnont Rd., Bangkhunnont, Bangkok 10700

Tel.: +66 2 435 1893