West Dean College of Arts and Conservation is offering funding to help those working or volunteering in the sector to study for their Masters part-time around their work. This is a great opportunity for those looking to pursue a role in collections care and management. The College’s Edward James Bursary Fund helps make study possible for students who could not otherwise afford it.
Applications are still open for September 2020 entry onto the two year, part-time MA Collections Care and Conservation Management.
Study is flexible and teaching is delivered over eight five-day study blocks, spread out over the two years. A unique study environment, the College has a large and diverse collection, comprising objects from all disciplines; the house and collection can be used by students to apply knowledge to real-life problems. It is also a great opportunity to build professional contacts and networks, and lectures are from a brilliant line up of industry experts.
You are encouraged to enquire or apply now, and the funding application deadline is 1 August 2020.