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MSc and Postgraduate Diploma in European Urban Conservation
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Teaching Methods

Over the three/four terms there is an average of 15 hours per week of formal contact between staff and students.

Approximately half of the contact hours are in the form of lectures and seminars, while the remaining hours are in the form of practical work. The latter includes some drawn presentation of survey plans and conservation proposals, report writing, essays and computing.

A considerable amount of time is kept free from formal staff-student contact to allow students an opportunity to read widely in relation to lecture courses and practical work, and to permit students to consult individually with members of staff.

Examinations

windmill The MSc will be assessed by a Research Report (approximately 15,000 words) and four three-hour examinations. Analysing Architecture and the computer skills course will be continuously assessed components and, in the other four lecture courses, coursework will constitute 50% of the total. Coursework and examinations will be assessed by internal and external examiners.

In order to proceed to the MSc (Semester 3), Diploma students must have achieved coursework marks and examination results equivalent to a good Honors Degree standard.



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