School of Conservation Alumni

West Dean College's Conservation graduates have gone on to work at many institutions, including: Bodleian Library, Boerhaave Museum, British Museum, Columbia University Libraries, Gold Museum, Plowden and Smith Ltd, Royal Swedish Palaces, Smithsonian Museums, The Clockworks museum, The, National Archives, and The Royal Collections, Windsor Castle. Others have gone into private practice.

Alumni Profiles

Conservation Alumni Blog

solar time clock launch

Alumnus George de Fossard - creator of The Solar Time Clock - shares his career path

The Solar Time Clock is attracting international attention as the first super complex mechanical clock which can be set for longitude and latitude, allowing it to tell the time virtually anywhere in the world. No other mechanical clock has ever been made with such a complication.

The clock is the creation of British clockmaker George de Fossard FBHI, who has spent more than three... Find out more

West Dean alumni have the most fun

Dorothy Cheng, who graduated from West Dean College's Metalwork Conservation MA last year, is on a 10-week internship with the New York City parks department's Citywide Monuments Conservation Program.

As part of their professional training, student conservators at West Dean work on heritage projects from public and private collections. Study trips are spent at heritage organisations... Find out more

Open Day - register today

Come and find out what makes West Dean College such an amazing place to study. Explore the studios, take a tour with students, discuss your study options, and find out about funding at our next Open Day on:

Saturday 9 February 2019

Suitable for Foundation Degree, Diploma and Masters.

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