MSci CultTech


Master of Science in Cultural Heritage Materials and Technologies (CultTech)

Studies on the interdisciplinary field of Cultural Heritage and Science/Technology offer the great potential of a modern and balanced educational syllabus. They also produce an ideal platform for holistic approaches that are guaranteed by the creative mixing of up-to-date methodologies with archaeological science, archaeometry and cultural heritage technologies. 

CultTech  operates within the Peloponnese, an advanced natural and cultural environment that boasts a plethora of historical, archaeological sites and monuments. A key issue for CultTech is its orientation towards hands-on research, offering post-graduate research training and the possibility for carrying out a diploma dissertation closely related to, or within, ongoing research projects. 

The programme is offered by the Department of History, Archaeology and Cultural Resources Management, and operates in collaboration with the National Center for Scientific Research Demokritos, the Navarino Environmental Observatory (through the National Observatory of Athens) and key lecturers from other academic institutions in Greece.

The programme takes place in Kalamata. It is offered in English and extends over 3 semesters (two semesters of taught courses and one for the implementation of the dissertation thesis).

Students from the fields of archaeology, cultural heritage management, conservation, materials science and engineering are welcome to apply.

Αpplications Deadline for the Academic Year 2019-2020: September 30, 2019

More information: Cultural Heritage Materials and Technologies

Tel. +30 27210 65145, +30 27210 65130.

Αpplications Deadline for the Academic Year 2018-2019: September 30, 2019

The undergraduate study programme of DHACRM is certified by the Hellenic Quality Assurance and Accreditation Agency (2018-2023) as “fully compliant” to a series of standards. Please read here the accreditation report