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Double Master’s degree in Secondary Education Teaching and History and Memory

 

 

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Become a specialist in the management and dissemination of memory and heritage, and get ready to teach History in any Secondary Education stage.
The Master’s degree in Secondary Education Teaching qualifies students to work as a teacher of ESO (Compulsory Secondary Education) and Bachillerato (similar to A levels). 

Presentation

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

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Why study the Double Master's Degree in Secondary Education Teaching and History and Memory

  • You will acquire interdisciplinary knowledge in memory and history essential for heritage management and education.
  • You will obtain the necessary qualification to work as a teacher and to access public exams to become a Secondary Education Teacher.
  • You will have the chance to carry out an internship in educational centres both public and state-subsidised private ones.
  • Highly skilled teachers.

You can do this master's degree with:

Specialisation

Training in competencies

Languages

From which degrees can I access the Double Master's degree in Secondary Education Teaching and History and Memory?

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

What will I be able to work in when I finish the Double Master's degree in Secondary Educational Teaching and History and Memory?

  • Teacher of all Secondary Education stages
  • Heritage management in museums, archives or interpretation centres
  • Scientific research in the History, Heritage and/or Memory areas
  • Heritage education

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

  • Foreign language skills B1 or higher A B1 or higher level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (MCER) in a foreign language must be certified through an official certificate.
  • Access to the double Master’s degree will follow this priority order:
    • Bachelor’s degree in History and Heritage
    • Bachelor’s degree in History
    • Bachelor’s degree in Geography or in 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.

Registration

Students may only register for the subjects in that academic year's specific teaching plan. Students of the double Master’s degree must register for the first academic year in full.

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