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City & Guilds Announces Undergraduate Degree in Books & Paper for Autumn 2020

City & Guilds of London Art School has released details of its plans to open a new undergraduate degree course in the conservation of books and paper in Autumn 2020.

City & Guilds is a not for profit higher education provider dedicated to educating the next generation of artists, crafts experts and conservators. City & Guilds reports that the new course is being developed with the advice and expertise of Books & Paper conservation specialists and is due to be validated in January 2020. The new course is set to run in parallel with the school's existing BA and MA conservation courses.

Read the full press release here.


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