BA Conservation
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What is it really like to study at the City & Guilds of London Art School? Where can my career take me after graduation? And what will I bring with me from my days at the Art School?

If you are curious about these questions, read what our alumni say in the case studies below.

Senior Furniture Conservator at the Wallace Collection, London

- Jurgen Huber

“With many Conservation graduates in various institutions across London and the country, the course is particularly valuable as it has a good reputation and provides opportunities to meet professional conservators”

- Joshua Dales
Cleaning lacquer.

The BA Conservation course at City & Guilds is one of the most challenging things I’ve ever undertaken. The sheer scale of the course and the range of subjects students are expected to excel in cannot be understated. I can vividly remember that mingled sense of excitement and trepidation on receiving my first term’s timetable. […]

- Alex Owen

I was attracted to the Conservation Studies course at City & Guilds, by what I perceived to be a unique emphasis on developing historic craft skills and a comprehensive teaching of conservation science theory. On the day of our graduation, Dr Marina Sokhan reminded my year group that for every module we had studied during […]

- Ffion Howells

What really stayed with you from your time at the Art School? The emphasis on craft skills was challenging but highly rewarding. I found the skills I picked up in life-drawing vital in teaching me how to really look and critically assess an object, which I have consistently needed in conservation. What did you work […]

- Mark Searle
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