If you have a relevant bachelor's degree, such as conservation studies, geography, general history, Middle Eastern history, architecture, art history, fine art studies, chemistry, ecology, science, or any other conservation related subject – you place is with us.

Also, the program is suited for public authorities and public institutes employees who already work in conservation: restorators, planers, conservation managers and conservation documentors.


-A relevant bachelor's degree from an eligible academic institute (from Israel or abroad).

-Final grade of at least 80 in the bachelor's degree.

-An interview.

-Previous experience in conservation – advantage.