MISSION STATEMENT

The Raymond Lemaire International Centre offers a world-wide renowned Advanced Master in Conservation of Monuments and Sites at one of Europe's top universities. The master is supported by high-level research focusing on a holistic approach in the preservation and management of Built Cultural Heritage.

Graduates of the advanced master are passionate to address heritage preservation challenges in an interdisciplinary manner at a national and international level.  Research at the Centre aims at improving heritage protection, preservation, valorisation and (re)-integration of heritage in society based on needs identified by the international community. In an educational and research environment, the Centre cherishes interdisciplinary collaboration and intercultural dialogue.

As a proud host of a UNESCO chair, the Centre and its more than 800 alumni from 70 countries, collaborate in a vast network with international and local actors.

About us

 

 

NEWS [LETTER] 

 

EDUCATION

Are you interested in understanding the cultural heritage in our environment ? Are you keen on resolving the challenges this heritage is facing? 

Then our international and interdisciplinary Advanced Master is definitely the right choice for you !

ABOUT EDUCATION

 

Research

Discover the diverse research conducted at the Centre on the preservation and management of Built Cultural Heritage.

ABOUT RESEARCH

 

UNESCO PRECOM³OS CHAIR

Would you like to know more about the UNESCO Chair in Preventive Conservation, Monitoring and Maintenance of Monuments and Sites?

ABOUT UNESCO CHAIR

 

IN THE PICTURE

First year students visiting the Saint Jovan Bigorski Monastery in North Macedonia (April 2019 - course H00X3A)
© Alexandra Deprez