Archival and Records Management Program By Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona |Top Universities
  • QS World University Rankings
  • Degree Other
  • Study Level Masters
  • Study Mode On Campus
  • Course Intensity Full Time
  • Fees(EUR) 9360-
  • Scholarships Yes
  • Start date Sep
This master's degree provides well-rounded training in archival studies and records management that equips students to work in both the private and the public sector, with historical and administrative documents on traditional and electronic media. Students learn to apply archival techniques using the latest technologies, both to manage archives and to design and manage records management systems in organisations, while at the same time developing critical awareness, the ethical values of professional archivists and a capacity for innovation. The programme is the result of adapting an earlier advanced vocational training diploma to the European Higher Education Area and adding contributions from the business and professional sector, to meet the demand for training in this expanding area. Our school has collaboration agreements in place with a large number of institutions and companies, which means salaried placements are available from year one. Over 95% of graduates go on to find employment.

About University

Founded in 1968, the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) is known for its excellence in research and quality in teaching, and is a reference centre in Spain and the European Union.

The UAB is a leading public university with a strong international vocation, highly committed to promoting mobility, collaboration and the capture of talent.

Academic teaching at the UAB is characterised by its multidisciplinarity and is closely linked to many research activities. The UAB pioneers the implementation of several action plans focused on increasing sustainability and environment-friendly measures on campus. 

The UAB offers top level academic programmes in all areas of knowledge, with almost 100 Bachelor's Degrees, over 500 Official and Master's Degrees and Graduate Diplomas and almost 70 PhD programmes.

In 2016, the UAB Barcelona Summer School was created. It offers a wide array of subjects in several fields and takes place from the end of June to the beginning of August. Most of the courses are taught in English, with an option to learn and improve your Spanish as a Foreign Language. Depending on the regulations of each home university, especially if there is a mobility agreement with the UAB, students will be able to transfer the credits earned during their stay to their current degree.

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