The Master will be taught over 36 teaching weeks in two terms:
- On-site classes: first semester, from February to June 2020.
- External internships and TFM: second semester, from September 2020 to January 2021, although it is possible to start the internship period from the first semester.
The entire Master's Degree is annual, with semester or quarterly subjects, and is face-to-face. It takes place in the afternoon, except for some optional subjects that may be offered in the morning. The timetable can be accessed at the following link.
Classes are taught at the ESCRBC, except for the practical subjects of the specialization in Conservation and Restoration of Tapestries and Knotted Carpets, which are taught at the headquarters of the Royal Tapestry Factory.