Virtual Open Days with UCL ISH
18 March 2019
Wherever you are in the world, we’d like to invite you to join us online for one of UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage’s online virtual open days this March.
Our virtual open days are an opportunity for you to meet staff, faculty and students online and have your questions about our Masters programmes answered. Throughout February we will be running these online events for each of our Master’s programmes. Register to join one today.
We are running virtual online events for the following Master's programmes:
- Sustainable Heritage MSc
- Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage and Archaeology MRes
- Data Science for Cultural Heritage MSc
Sustainable Heritage MSc Virtual Open Day
Monday 18th March 2019 13:00-14:00 GMT
Designed for a new generation of heritage leaders, this MSc provides the interdisciplinary skills needed to deliver the heritage projects of the future by approaching historic buildings, museums, collections, sites and landscapes with heritage management and conservation best practice.
Students are encouraged to take a long view of preservation and heritage management and challenged to define problems, set objectives and explore a range of sustainability issues and strategies. Concepts of value, sustainability, life expectancy, stewardship, ownership, vulnerability and risk are combined with the scientific study of historic materials, assemblies, technologies and systems.
Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage and Archeology MRes Virtual Open Day
Tuesday 19th March 2019 13:00-14:00 GMT
The programme delivers tailored teaching through research. You’ll be taught by accomplished academics and you will have access to outstanding scientific resources, including the Heritage Science Laboratory and the Mobile Heritage Lab, our unique mobile facility for field research and public engagement.
You will develop transferable skills of leadership and management with the guidance of informed heritage and business professionals, in a teaching environment designed to promote debate, individual thinking and mutual understanding.
Data Science for Cultural Heritage MSc
22nd March 2019 13.00-14.00 GMT
The role of digital technologies and data in all aspects of contemporary society is immediate, relevant and complex, and the multidisciplinary field of cultural heritage is no exception. From historic buildings, sites, landscapes, museums and collections, the world of heritage provides an exciting setting in which to learn and apply skills of data science.
This programme pioneers a new way of teaching data science through application in a cross-disciplinary context. As a student on the Data Science for Cultural Heritage (DaSCH) MSc, you will develop advanced data science skills, such as crowd sourced data science, machine learning or imaging data analysis. You will explore the complexities of acquisition, analysis and exploitation of the variety of data that is generated and used in heritage contexts, including data generated through analysis and measurement, imaging and surveying, citizen science, and digitally born data.