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

Image captured by a drone in the Gothic Hall of the former Town Hall of Leuven
during the 18th edition of the Architectural Heritage Documentation for Conservation Workshop (ArchDOC).