Official master's degree in Archival and Records Management

Training in archival studies and records management that incorporates the latest technologies and equips students to work in both the private and the public sector, with historical or administrative documents on all media.

Content Official Master's Degree in Archival and Records Management

Study guides

Master description

The master's degree comprises 120 ECTS and is taught over two academic years of 60 ECTS each. The study plan is made up of 11 compulsory modules, each one for 10 ECTS, except modules 8 (Archive Service Management) and 11 (Master's dissertation), for 15 ECTS each.

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Teaching timetable

From Monday to Thursday 4pm to 8.30pm.

Study plan structure

Type Credits
Compulsory 95
Master Thesis 15
External Practicum 10


Module Credits Type
First year    
Archiving Techniques: Arrangement and Description 10 OB
Basics of Archival Science 10 OB
Document Creators and Types I 10 OB
Document Creators and Types II 10 OB
Information Systems 10 OB
Law and Legal Status of Records 10 OB
Second year    
Appraisal and Acces 10 OB
External Work Experience 10 OB
Management of Archives 15 OB
Master's Dissertation 15 OB
Records Management System 10 OB


OB: Compulsory