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Betreff: about studying the art piece restoration
hi.....
I'm Celine from korea who wants to go to Germany for studying ARTS
well...I know there are so diverse area in fine arts..
but...I just want to know if there are a certain of courses about the Art pieces restoration in Berlin in Germany.
if you have some information on this...plz...give me the information..

I know...restorating Art pieces is best in Italy or France...
but..I wanna go to Germany..
so..I hope someone can help me...
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Hi Celine!
I think I can give you some information about restoration in Germany, because I study restoration of textiles. Now I am in Berlin working as a trainee in a museum.
In Germany there are a lot of universities/colleges where you can study conservation and restoration of art, e.g. Cologne, Munich, Berlin, Potsdam, Erfurt, Dresden (maybe I forgot any college...). If you want to study at one of these colleges you should decide in for which area you want to work later (restoration of paitings or textiles or metal oder paper/books, wooden art like furnitures etc.), because for the admission you have make an intership for about one year in a laboratory for conservation either in a museum or a self-employed restorator (so do I now: I finish the intership in the textile restoration in semptember to study textile restoration in Cologne). After the intership you can apply at the college. I think it's good to make this intership because you get a lot of practical experience and you can also decide if you have chosen the right area for you.
Only for the University in Munich you don't have to decide the area of restoration, because you decide while you are studying.
I think in every colleges/universities you study for Bachelor/Master.

Well, I hope this was a little help and if you have any other questions I'm sure I can help you!
By the way, how would you study restoration in Korea normally?

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Betreff: thanx...so much Nora..
nice to meet you Nora..
really really thanx for your help...T,T

well...I just studied Western Art History in my university..
and..now I'm 28 year old...working in seoul.
I didnt studied about restoration or conservation..
can I do in the future? isn't it so late for me?

I'm korean...so..I wonder if i can work in Germany after my study..
just...I wanna work abroad..and..be a specialist in certain area..
of course I like art pieces especially classical visual art in europe..

and in korea...
I know that there aren't any courses of restoration and conservation.
of course...I heard some private schools exist.. but..not sure..and aren't specialized..
so...restoration specialist is so rare here.

well...things I wanna know are...

1. can I study restoration of paintings IN BERLIN?
2. is it possible for me to study it and work in this area at my age (and I'm a foreigner in germany)?
  - I have to save money for at least 2 years...so..I can leave for germany in 2 years..
3. how long does it take to finish studying normally?
4. what should I prepare for studying?
5. can you let me know the website of college or univ. about restorations and conservations?

sorry...so many questions..
but..I think i'm little bit late..
I worry..about that..Y,Y (and little bit afriad..)

I thank god..for knowing you.
plz..help me..
and...if you don't mind..
Would you add me on your messenger list?
my ID is
lapurete78@hotmail.com ===MSN
I'll be happy if you add me on your list..

well...thanx so much... really thanx..
I'm waiting for your answering...
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ok, first of all: I'm absolutly sure, that you're not to old to beginn with a study like restoration. There are so many students that beginn to study with over 30 years...! Normally one ould say that you should finish studying earlier, but with restoration it's totally different. ALso in Germany there are a lot of students whó studied history of arts before restoration.
Unfortunately it's not possible to study restoration of paintings in Berlin. The College in Berlin (FHTW Berlin: http://www.fhtw-berlin.de/Studium/Studiengaenge/…?course…) has only restoration of archeological objects. Very close to Berlin there's Potsdam (it's normal to work/study in Potsdam and live in Berlin) with another college (FH Potsdam: http://www.fh-potsdam.de/restaurierung.html). It's not possible to study the restoration of paintings in oil and watercolour (etc.) but architectural paintings/mural paintings.
Most known colleges for the restoration of paintings are Dresden (2 hours by car from Berlin...) and Cologne (www.re.fh-koeln.de), I think....

Other Websites:
Dresden: www.hfbk-dresden.de (with restoration of paintings)
Erfurt: http://www.fh-erfurt.de/  (with restoration of paintings)
Hildesheim: http://www.fh-hildesheim.de
Köln: www.re.fh-koeln.de  (with restoration of paintings)
München: www.rkk.arch.tu-muenchen.de  (with restoration of paintings)
Stuttgart: www.abk-stuttgart.de  (with restoration of paintings)

.... I'm sorry, later I will find time to continue with my answers to your question!!!!!
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Ok let's go on:

I know it takes time to finish studying (1 year intership + Bachelor 3 years + Master 2 years), but you can also finish with a Bachelor and begin to work.
Of course it would be very very helpful learning german before you begin to study. the major part will be in german, the other part in english.
I think the best preparation for the studies is the work experience you'll get during the intership in a laboratory of restoration. The admission at a college includes exams about chemistry (referring to restoration), maybe physics, painting/drawing, some theoretical question about restoration and history of art, of course.

I hope I answered all the question... but don't hesitate if you have any other!
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Hello!

As far as I know it is a requirement, to speak German at a quit high level to study at a German university. You have to take the DSH test. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deutsche_Sprachpr%C3%BCfung_f… for more details. I guess, it would be useful, if you take the "Zertifikat Deutsch", so you can reduce the time needed to stay in Germany. Some preparation courses for the DSH at the university don't start from the beginning but require the Zertifikat Deutsch. For example the university does require this certificate. Once you take the preperation course, you can apply for a visa in Germany, which allows as far as I know to work some times.

Informations about the Zertifikat Deutsch: http://goethe.de/ins/kr/seo/koindex.htm

My tipps for learning German in Germany are: Don't go to a big city with many Koreans. I know, it will be stressful to go to a town without somebody with the same background and to have to speak German all the time, but afterwards you will be glad. Once you have taken the DSH test at one university, you can study at every other university, too.

My girlfriend was a au pair girl in a German family, which was a good idea in my oppinion. This way it was easier for her to make contact to Germans and to learn to speak. Also you could join some sports clubs to get to know Germans.

Regards, Johannes
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thanx Nora and Igel..

well...language is the first problem...
yea...I will study German language first..

and...
can I ask one more thing?

how much does it take to study conservation for 6 years..?
is there any scholarship?
and...can I work in germany during my study term?

to study abroad should pay quite much money..
so..I shouldn't avoid these questions..
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Hi!

Of course you can ask all questions, we like to help. ^^

As far as I know it is possible to work with a student visa only in the holidays (3 months per year), so it will be hard to live from that money you earn here. Also it might be a bit difficult to find a good job in the holidays, because many students want to work at that time. But I think it would be better, if you ask the German embassy in Korea about this: http://www.seoul.diplo.de/Vertretung/seoul/ko/Startseite.h… Ask them specificly, if you can work at the evening or weekend.

Also, to get a student visa, you need to prove that you are able to live in Germany by your own. According to the germany embassy in Jamaica, you need the prove that you have 585 Euro per month to live. But I don't know about the details.

Also I don't know about schoolarships. One source for schoolarships in Germany is the DAAD. Maybe it is possible to get a schoolarship in Korea?

I hope, you lost not all your hope. :)

Regards, Johannes
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The amount of the tuition fees you have to pay depends on where you study e.g. in Cologne you pay 650Euro per semester. It can be very different in other cities.... during tzhe intership in most cases you will be payed, because you have a work contract. Normally it's ot much (I get 125Euro), but in some museums you can get up to 500 Euro per month.
....I'm sorry, but I never heard of a specific scholarship for restoration....
A lot of students are working while their study term, little jobs... and maybe while the semester break for students of restoration it's possible to get a private/inofficial restoration from a private person....
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