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The University of Liverpool has announced a new Master’s degree programme in Modern Architectural Heritage at its London Campus, starting in September.
The programme will include guest sessions from professionals working in the industry in the UK’s most important city for modern architecture and is aimed at people working, not just as architects, but also as historians and developers.
Students will take modules on subjects such as heritage preservation and have the opportunity to create a design thesis.
Programme leader, Professor Neil Jackson, talks here about the course and what students can expect from a degree at the University’s London Campus.
For more information on the University of Liverpool in London, please visit: http://www.liv.ac.uk/study/london/
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