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Come September, the Universite Saint-Esprit de Kaslik will launch its School of Restoration and Conservation of Cultural Property and Sacred Art, the country's first university degree in art restoration. Initiated in partnership with Italy's University of Urbino and supported by the Italian Embassy in Lebanon and the Italian Cultural Institute, the three-year bachelor's degree aims to train the new generation of Lebanese conservation professionals specializing in sacred art. USEK decided to partner with the University of Urbino because it is one of the oldest schools of conservation and restoration in Europe, Crisafulli said.With the degree in hand, the graduates would be able to start a master's at the University of Urbino or join a master's program USEK is planning to launch in three years.
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