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  1. Bachelor of Conservation of Antiquities and Works of Art. Department of Conservation of Antiquities and Works of Art. Faculty of Fine Arths and Design. Technological Educational Institute of Athens.

    The aim for the graduates is to understand the properties of objects of historical and artistic importance in order to prevent their deterioration, enhance their ability to discern what is genuine and what is fake, and facilitate the approach for all users to objects and monuments of cultural heritage. Graduates of the Department of Conservation of Antiquities and Works of Art from the Technical Educational Institute of Athens work in museums, public agencies, private conservation companies or independently, with the purpose of protecting cultural heritage. In particular, their responsibilities are: The Technical Examination, Conservation and Restoration of Archaeological Findings and Works of Art. The Elaboration of Conservation and Restoration Studies for Archaeological Findings and Works of Art. The preparation of studies or reports on the organization and operation of maintenance workshops. Development of new maintenance technologies, in collaboration with other disciplines and institutions. Participation and conduct of research projects independently or as members of research groups on subjects of their expertise. The preserver has full responsibility for any intervention on the objects of his/her expertise, but does not create new cultural or artistic objects. The Code of Ethics for the Profession of Conservator of Antiquities and Works of Art defines these activities. ...

    Awarding bodyTechnological Educational Institute of Athens

    Category: Qualifications Location: Greece
  2. Bachelor's Degree in Conservation of Cultural Heritage. Specialisation Conservation of Cultural Heritage. Department of Environmental Technology. Faculty of Technological Applications. Technological Educational Institute of Ionian Islands.

    Knowledge:- Have a coherent and comprehensive body of knowledge on the preventive and interventional methods and practices in the field of conservation, while their knowledge of archaeology, art history, chemistry etc. enables them to deepen in the understanding of the object to maintain.- Have a perception of new technologies in the conservation of historic and contemporary works of art.- Possess analytical and advanced knowledge of cultural heritage conservation methods, having the ability to understand not only the theory, but also the conservation methodologies of historic and contemporary works of art.Skills:- Analyse and adapt the knowledge acquired in physicochemical analyses to be able to intervene on historic and contemporary works of art and to conserve them.- Correctly apply the appropriate conservation tools and modern equipment in order to carry out preventive, but also interventional works on historic and contemporary works of art.- Resolve complex problems relating to serious object damage or mixed material objects in order to propose innovative solutions for conservation-cultural heritage preservation.- Using scientific sources have the ability to analyse the style, construction materials, and chronology finding works of art.- Cooperate with other disciplines in order to correctly and safely implement promotion, exhibition and transportation of works of art.Competencies:- Are able to assume responsibility for the conservation of specific objects in a protected conservation laboratory, but also i ...

    Awarding bodyTechnological Educational Institute of Ionian Islands

    Category: Qualifications Location: Greece
  3. Bachelor's Degree in Mediterranean Studies. Pathways: a) Archaeology b) Linguistics c) International Relations. Department of Mediterranean Studies. Faculty of Humanities. University of the Aegean.

    Following the successful completion of the undergraduate Programme of Studies of the Department of Mediterranean Studies, the graduates are expected to have the following: Knowledge: 1. They have a concise and comprehensive body of knowledge, which shall include elements from the scientific or other cutting edge developments in the fields of Archaeology, Languages of Southeast Mediterranean, and of International Relations and Organisations. 2. They understand the concepts, methods, and practices of a theoretical, scientific, and technological field of knowledge, which includes elements from the respective vocational fields, in order to delve into, expand, and increase their prior knowledge. 3. They have an understanding of evolutionary dynamics of their scientific field and have knowledge of the current innovative applications.4. They possess analytical and advanced knowledge on their domain, including critical understanding of theories, concepts, principles, and methodologies of scientific or applied knowledge field. Skills: 1. They analyse and adjust their acquired knowledge to implement it on a variety of topics in the field of study or academic and professional field, as well as to acquire new knowledge. 2. They apply correctly the right tools and the appropriate analytical techniques in exploring key issues of their scientific field of studies 3. They resolve complex or new problems in their scientific field of study, by developing integrated and creative or innovative solutions and approaches, while als ...

    Awarding bodyUniversity of the Aegean

    Category: Qualifications Location: Greece
  4. Bachelor's Degree in Social Anthropology and History. Department of Social Anthropology and History. Faculty of Social Sciences. University of the Aegean.

    The graduates of the department acquire specialized knowledge in order to be capable of understanding, analysing, and critically dealing with the methods by which humans organise their daily lives and the meaning allocated to their actions, the ways by which cultural semblance and difference are perceived, as well as the perceptions, stereotypes, and attitudes developed in relation to the above, the historical developments in the fields of politics, society, economics, and ideas from the ancient times until now, the cultural developments and intellectual changes that contributed to the formulation of the modern world, the uses of the past by the present, specifically in modern societies, and Greek history within a wider European and regional context. In addition, training in research methods within the context of special practical exercises / seminars allows graduates becoming familiar with: - the method for conducting a small-scale research (onsite observation, literature search or search for historical sources, depending on the practical exercises / seminars attended); - the use of new technologies for the recording, processing, and presentation of research material and conclusions. ...

    Awarding bodyUniversity of the Aegean

    Category: Qualifications Location: Greece
  5. Degree of Management and Conservation of Ecclesiastical Cultural Heritage Objects Programme. University of Ecclesiastical Academy of Thessaloniki.

    Knowledge: 1) Understand and promote Orthodox Ecclesiastical culture. 2) Demonstrate good laboratory behaviour and practice. 3) Be sensitive towards issues of the moral and ethical code concerning the preservation an ecclesiastical cultural inheritance. 4) Know the characteristics, the properties, and the behaviours of different preservation materials. 5) Organise and apply preservation procedures and practices, such as those regarding management, recognition, research, assessment, diagnosis, documentation, recording, restoration, and preservation. 6) Recognise and discern the specific characteristics of relics and materials, as well as the methods and procedures concerning the preservation thereof. 7) Know IT systems and item digitization systems. Skills1) Treat relics and cultural items of the Church Tradition with a scientific and theological manner. 2) Handle traditional manufacture materials. 3) Record in a scientific manner the relics and monuments. 4) Operate laboratory instruments used for detecting materials, such as spectrometers, microscopes, X-ray machines. 5) Draft studies for the management of museums. 6) Digitise and document church or museum collections. 7) Identify relics and classify them within their historical, cultural, and sociological environment. 8) Preserve subjects of culture, ico ...

    Awarding bodyUniversity of Ecclesiastical Academy of Thessaloniki

    Category: Qualifications Location: Greece
  6. Master's Degree in "Black Sea Studies". School of Humanities. International Hellenic University.

    Knowledge:• Acquisition of the required historical knowledge about engaging with the history and culture of the Black Sea and its role in the wider cultural environment (e.g. the Mediterranean, Europe, Asia). • Acquisition of specialised archaeological and historical knowledge about the region of the Black Sea. • Specialisation of knowledge on issues of ancient, medieval, and modern art in the region of the Black Sea. • Specialisation of knowledge with regard to the political and diplomatic history, and the international relations of the Black Sea countries. • Specialisation of the knowledge about the modern financial and political situation of the Black Sea. • Spherical examination of historical, cultural, and modern condition of a region with continuously increasing importance for the modern world and culture. Skills:• Search for, analyse, and synthesise archaeological and historical data and information. • Search for, analyse, and synthesise political and financial data and information. • Contribution to archaeological and museology projects with regard to the Black Sea. • Generate new research ideas. • Promote free, creative, and conductive thought. • Decision-making. Competences:• Practical application of the knowledge. • Adjustment to new situations. • Autonomous work. • Group work. • Work within an international environment. • Respect to diversity and multiculturalism. • Respect to the natural environment • Presentation of social, professional, and moral responsibility with regard to ...

    Awarding bodyInternational Hellenic University

    Category: Qualifications Location: Greece
  7. Master's Degree in "Politics and Economics of Contemporary Eastern and South-Eastern Europe". Department of Balkan, Slavic and Oriental Studies. School of Economic and Regional Studies. University of Macedonia.

    The programme aims to the following: (a) the preparation of future executives for the public or private sector, for NGOs and international organisations active in the East and Southeastern Europe, (b) the continuous education and specialisation of already working executives, and (c) the proper preparation of students interested in furthering their studies to acquire a doctorate diploma. In the last two decades there have been dramatic changes in both the political systems and economies of Southeastern Europe (SEE). These economic and political developments are intimately interrelated. The initial political changes of the early ’90s had important economic consequences; the economic progress and prospects of the region are constrained by its political institutions and governance. At the same time, several countries of the region have become full members of the European Union, some also of the Eurozone, and others are still in the process of accession. The MA in the Politics and Economics of Contemporary Eastern and Southeastern Europe aims at offering a comprehensive analysis of both political and economic development in the region, emphasizing the interrelation between the two, and setting the institutional and social context on firm analytical grounds. ...

    Awarding bodyUniversity of Macedonia

    Category: Qualifications Location: Greece
  8. Master’s Degree in "History, Anthropology and Culture in Eastern and South−Eastern Europe". Department of Balkan, Slavic and Oriental Studies. Department of Balkan, Slavic and Oriental Studies. School of Economic and Regional Studies. University of Maced

    The Programme provides critical approaches to culture and follows historic transformations over time, aiming to provide knowledge about the far neighbours of Greece with regard to the institutions and social organization, and mainly the actions, the memories, and the experiences of individuals in their everyday life.  The programme aims to establish an academic paradigm of extroversion on issues of teaching and research for the regions of East Europe, of the Balkans, and of the Mediterranean.  This includes networking - collaborations - exchanges with Universities of the Central and Southeast Europe: Graz (Austria), Cluj (Romania), Novi Sad (Serbia), Sofia (Bulgaria), Zagreb (Croatia), Ljubljana (Slovenia), Regensburg (Germany). The main objective of the Postgraduate Studies Programme is the following:  Provide opportunity for specialisation on the studies of the regions in Southeast and East Europe in terms of History, Anthropology, and culture studies (art, literature, management of cultural inheritance).  It promotes the importance of extroversion for the conduct of cultural criticism inside and outside the Greek borders, with the purpose of cultivating tolerance for difference.  It promotes the specialisation on the sciences of History and Social Anthropology, with a central reference to the studies on the East and Southeast Europe, preparing students interested in furthering their studies to acquire a doctorate.  It promotes further learning and the acquisition of skills addressed to future and/or already ...

    Awarding bodyUniversity of Macedonia

    Category: Qualifications Location: Greece