New Masters programme launched by Real Estate & Planning
21 September 2015
Conservation of the Historic Environment MSc students attended a four-day workshop at Greenlands/Henley last week for the Understanding the Historic Environment module.
The School of Real Estate & Planning welcomed the first cohort of students onto our MSc Conservation of the Historic Environment last week. The students attended a four-day workshop at our Greenlands campus for the Understanding the Historic Environment module.
Matthew Slocombe (director, Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings), the Historic England architectural investigations team, Dr John Crook (Winchester Cathedral Archaeologist), David Rymill (Hampshire Archives), and Henry Russell, MSc programme director gave lectures. There were field trips to the English Heritage Archive in Swindon, Lydiard Park and Church, Winchester Cathedral and the Hampshire County Archives.
The School of Real Estate & Planning now delivers this successful and long running Conservation of the Historic Environment programme. The programme offers a blend of academic rigour and applied practical application. Each module draws upon the specialist knowledge and skills of experts in their field. The programme will enable students to gain the academic and professional competencies needed to succeed in this field.