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MSc and Postgraduate Diploma in European Urban Conservation
Funding and Application

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Duration of Programme

The programme lasts for a full calendar year starting in september and comprises 3 semesters. The first two focus on the Diploma and include taught courses, site visits, exams and work placement. Semester three is devoted to the dissertation.

Entry Requirements

An approved degree including subjects such as Archaeology, Architecture, Art History, Geography, History, Planning or Surveying. Candidates may also be admitted on the basis of professional experience.

Funding

In any one year there can be a number of sources of funding available for EUC Students.

Currently, there are seven PSAS (postgraduate students allowance scheme) places available. They are awarded to students nominated by us and cover course fees and depending on circumstances, living costs.

The course is recognised by ILA (individual learning account) Scotland which means that students studying the course part time may be eligible for assistance.

Self-funded international students expecting to achieve truly excellent school, college or university qualifications before studying at the University of Dundee may be eligible to apply for a Discovery Scholarship. These scholarships will fund 50% of tuition fees.

There may be limited assistance available from Tayside Building Preservation Trust for students able to undertake work for the Trust.

Other sources of funding may be available for both EU and international students and prospective students should contact the Programme Director or the Programme Tutor for advice.

Application

Directly from the Postgraduate Office Tel: 01382 384162 e-mail: srs@dundee.ac.uk or see How to Apply

Or write to
Postgraduate Admissions and Student Recruitment
Airlie Place
University of Dundee
Perth Road
Dundee DD1 4N
Scotland

For further information about the programme contact:-

Programme Director
Neil Grieve
BSc(Hons) IHBC FRSA MRTPI FSA(Scot)
e-mail: n.f.grieve@dundee.ac.uk
Programme Tutor
Anne Thomas-Cumming
e-mail:a.c.t.cumming@dundee.ac.uk

Or write to
Town & Regional Planning
13 Perth Road
Dundee
DD1 4HN
Scotland
UK
Edinburgh Castle



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