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|Application deadline:||EU : August 31st / non EU : April 30th|
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|Start date:||September 2013|
|Duration full-time:||24 months|
|Delivery mode:||On Campus|
120 credits designed to provide both a theoretical approach and a practical training to examine archaeological pieces through a wide range of techniques deriving from the fields of physics, chemistry, and the natural sciences
A training deeply involved with the European centre for archaeometry : a unique multidisciplinary research centre in archaeometry created and mainly funded by a university. Only a few national archaeomety laboratories bring together such a knowh-how and an exceptional equipment !
Lots of topics and teaching methods : seminars , methodological courses, workshops in collaboration with Saint Luc - High School of Arts, many optional courses eg atomic & nuclear spectroscopy of the cultural heritage, nature and analysis of pictorial material, geomatics applied to archaeology, laboratory techniques
Perfectly well located to study archaeology, just a few miles away from Flanders, Germany and the Netherlands, Liege is an ideal place to discover lots of famous cultural sites.
Job opportunities within research centres, museums, archaeological excavation departments, teaching, high schools of arts, travel agencies, cultural tourism, press...
Two-year master programme - 120 CREDITS
Core courses about history of the arts and archaeology, methodological and optional courses (some of them in collaboration with Saint Luc High School of arts), methodology of final courses and final work during the second year (30 credits).
Complete list of courses :
- Bachelor of history of arts and archaeology
- Master of history, architecture engineering, physics, chemistry, geography, geology or engineering sciences (if graduated in Belgium)
Some other bachelors or masters allow you to register for this masters'degree, a 5-year experience can also be valued (application file to be sent to email@example.com)
More information about requirements :
EU students : (cf thumb "More")
Non EU students :
Teaching language : A candidate for admission whose prior language of instruction was not French must show official proof of his or her mastery of the French language. In terms of the European reference framework, proficiency at a "B2" level is required*.
This can be attested by your successfully passing a standardised test (DALF, DELF, TEF or TCF).
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