Architectural and Cultural Heritage

Department Architecture, Facility Management, and Geoinformation

Major Fields of study

  • Architectural Heritage Preservation
  • Historic Gardens
  • Architectural Theory
  • Urban Design
  • Conservation and Organic Material
  • Design and Historical Cities

Course content and objectives

The master course „Monumental Heritage“ is changing the name into “Architectural Cultural Heritage” from summer semester 2019 on. Everything will be the same, only the name will change. New applicants have to apply already for MAC instead of MMH. Everybody who will start from the summer semester 2019 will graduate under the Master of Arts in Architectural Cultural Heritage.

Requirements

For admission to a Master’s degree in cultural heritage preservation, a Bachelor’s degree (not less than six semesters) in a related field is compulsory – such as architecture, archaeology, history of art, civil engineering, geography, facilities management, history, interior design or surveying technology. Alternatively, relevant professional experience related to cultural heritage preservation can be considered.

Please provide:

  • Resume of academic and work experience
  • Portfolio demonstrating the applicant’s interest in Monumental Heritage concerns
  • English B2 approval (TOEFL, IELTS, Cambridge Language Examination etc.) except for applicants from English-speaking countries

The course is taught in English. We require proof of you English language skill. This can be proved by submitting recognized certificates (for example IELTS, TOEFL etc.), if we have doubt about the quality of language skill, we will ask to seat for specific English language exam here in Germany. If you are a native English speaker, or if you have completed your bachelor course in English language and you can provide a certificate to confirm this, you do not need to do a language test.