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Master's degree in History and Memory

        Become a specialist in the history and memory fields, and acquire the training that will allow you to begin your researching career or work in cultural management and mediation at museums, archives or interpretation centres.


Master’s degree in line with the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN 2030 Agenda.

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Why study the Master's Degree in History and Memory?

  • You will have the chance to carry out curricular internships at benchmark institutions in heritage and memory management and education.
  • Methodological rigour when designing researching strategies and tools (access to doctorate studies)
  • You will acquire interdisciplinary knowledge in memory and history essential for heritage management and education
  • Master’s degree in line with the Estrategia de Especialización Inteligente (Smart Specialisation Strategy) S4 of Navarre which gives great importance to cultural tourism - Navarre is becoming a unique reference destination, focusing on sustainable tourism.  Likewise, a broad network of memory places is being fostered, with its own regional regulations, which is generating a growing demand of public use around them.
  • You will have the possibility to study part of the credits within the international mobility agreements framework
  • Teaching staff with proven teaching and researching excellence.
  • Specialisation in:
    • Theoretical and methodological tools for historical research (access to doctoral studies)
    • Personal itinerary with combination of subjects related to research, and internships at memory or heritage institutions.

From which degrees can I access the Master's Degree in History and Memory?

  • Bachelor’s degree in History and Heritage or in History
  • Bachelor’s degree in Geography or History of Art 

What will I be able to work in when I finish the Master's Degree in History and Memory?

  • Heritage management and education in museums, archives or interpretation centres.
  • Scientific research in the History, Heritage and/or Memory areas.

Learning outcomes

Access and admission

Access requirements

To be admitted to the official Master's Degree courses, students must hold an official university degree issued by a higher education institution in the European Higher Education Area or in other countries which entitles them to access Master's degree courses in the country issuing the degree.

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Specific criteria for the Master's degree

Access to the Master’s degree will follow this priority order:

  1. Bachelor’s degree in History and Heritage or in History
  2. Bachelor’s degree in Geography of History of Art

Within each of these groups, the Bachelor's degree transcript will establish the priority order for admission and registration purposes.

The Master’s degree Academic Commission is ultimately the entity in charge of deciding on admission.

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