Masters in History in Spain

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Spain is a top choice for students from across the globe seeking a Master of History degree. Aside from excellent academic institutions, Spain has a fascinating history with many cultural contributions. In addition, students seeking a Master of History in Spain will benefit from a well-rounded education that includes high quality instruction, professional development activities, and social and cultural activities.

There are numerous study options for students seeking a Master of History in Spain, and these include full-time, part-time, and online studies. Students can specialize in areas such as maritime history, ancient history, art history, medieval studies, economic history, and global empires, to name a few. Coursework will be complemented by research, projects, and a masters thesis.

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Master Of Science In Classical And Modern Philology With The Linguistic State University Of Pyatigorsk - Pslu / Russia

The Second University of Naples (SUN)
Campus Full time 2 years

The course offers students the opportunity to achieve a double degree, ie a double degree Master of study Modern Philology and Linguistics. [+]

Best Masters in History in Spain 2017. The Department of Arts and Cultural Heritage of the SUN (DiLBeC), From the year. 2015-2016 has activated a new integrated study course with the Institute for International Service of Tourism and Foreign Languages ​​University of Pyatigorsk State Linguistic - PSLU - (Russia). The course offers students the opportunity to achieve a double degree, ie a double degree Master of study Modern Philology and Linguistics. The course lasts two years and includes a training program jointly developed with the stranger at their university and a mobility period abroad for two semesters; involves the release, at the end of the study period and after passing the exam, two degrees of Master of Science with the following name from their location: at the SUN "in Modern Philology Doctor", and at the PSLU "Master in linguistics ", recognized according to official regulations in the two universities and in their countries. For students, this new course is a unique opportunity to enrich their professional resume and gain the educational profile of the peculiar and captivating. The University of Pyatigorsk State Linguistics is one of the most reliable Russian universities; his Institute for International Service of Tourism and Foreign Languages ​​is located in a modern and functional structure situated in the center of the city of Pyatigorsk, an important spa resort located in the Federal District of the North Caucasus. EDUCATIONAL GOALS The new international CDL established by the Institute for International Service of Tourism and foreign languages ​​enables members to achieve, at the end of the course, a double degree, ie a double degree Master's study. Each university will give the participating students their diplomas to Master's degree. This is another way of two graduate degrees (a double degree), one of which will be valid in Italy as a Graduate Diploma Course in Modern Philology, and the other in Russia as Master in intercultural communication and foreign language skills in the management and business innovative, with the title of "Master in linguistics". Both titles are recognized in and outside Europe. Therefore, the new CDL aims to train a new professional that possesses not only the necessary philological and language teaching skills, but also the full communicative competence of the partner country's language (Italian and Russian) and the English language. In fact, in the new course of study it is planned during the course of a study period abroad (two semesters) and a period of vocational training in the country of origin, in language training institutions, publishing houses and press agencies. RECIPIENTS AND GRANTS Can enroll in the CDL in Linguistics and Modern Philology, activated in partnership with the State University of Pyatigorsk Linguistics, students holding a Bachelor's degree diploma, obtained in Italy or a Bachelor degree from Russian universities. Italians students will learn the Russian language, Given at the Russian Culture 'Pushkin' center which was established in 2015 at the DiLBeC in Santa Maria Capua Vetere. Russian students will have to learn the Italian language. For students who are in possession of a Diploma Bachelor degree other than that prescribed and who decide to enroll in the new CDL in Linguistics and Modern Philology, will be activated custom procedures for recognition and validation of the exams and college credits already earned. Those who decide to enroll in CDL in Linguistics and Modern Philology will also contribute to the call for obtaining scholarships annually allocated from the SUN. Some of these scholarships are reserved for foreign students. HEADQUARTERS AND METHOD 'OF CONDUCT Courses in Italy will take place at the offices of the Department of Arts and Cultural Heritage of the SUN, in Santa Maria Capua Vetere (CE). Courses in Russia will take place at the Institute for International Service of Tourism and foreign languages, in the center of Pyatigorsk. The teaching consists of lectures cycles with any evidence elapsed written and / or oral. The exams are oral and may be preceded by a written examination. [-]

MRes in Renaissance Studies

University of Stirling
Campus Full time Part time 12 - 27 months

The MRes Renaissance Studies is aimed at those who are interested in the literary and broader cultural aspects of the Renaissance and who wish to acquire a more specialised knowledge of this field. A primary objective is to investigate factors that contribute to the distinctiveness of the cultural productions of Northern Europe, including Scotland. [+]

Suspended for 2016/17 entry The MRes Renaissance Studies is aimed at those who are interested in the literary and broader cultural aspects of the Renaissance and who wish to acquire a more specialised knowledge of this field. A primary objective is to investigate factors that contribute to the distinctiveness of the cultural productions of Northern Europe, including Scotland. Course objectives The research-based MRes course aims to: Introduce you to key areas of critical debate in Renaissance Studies by comparing different canonical accounts of the period Explore the distinctiveness of northern Renaissance culture, including Scotland. Develop a critical understanding of the variety of genres, media and signifying practices employed by Renaissance writers and visual artists Equip you with the technical skills necessary for conducting research in this field, presenting information and constructing scholarly arguments What makes us different? Entry requirements Academic requirements A minimum of a second class Honours degree (2.1 preferred) or equivalent in a relevant subject. Applicants without these formal qualifications but with significant appropriate/relevant work/life experience are encouraged to apply. A sample of work (e.g. English Essay) is required. English language requirements If English is not your first language you must have one of the following qualifications as evidence of your English language skills: IELTS: 6.5 with 6.0 minimum in each skill Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE): Grade C Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE): Grade B Pearson Test of English (Academic): 60 with 56 in each component IBT TOEFL: 90 with no subtest less than 20 If you don’t meet the required score you may be able to register for one of our pre-sessional English courses. To register you must hold a conditional offer for your course and have an IELTS score 0.5 or 1.0 below the required standard. View our range of pre-sessional courses. Scholarships & funding University of Stirling Postgraduate Merit Scholarship The University of Stirling is offering any UK or European Union student with a First Class Honours degree (or equivalent) a £2,000 scholarship to study full-time on any taught Master's course or £1,000 for part-time study. Structure and content The core of this MRes course is a sustained period of independent study, assessed by coursework over two semesters. This involves a course of directed reading and research, to be agreed by each individual student with his/her supervisor, and tailored to his/her interests. In addition, students take two taught modules from a menu including: Politics and Renaissance Drama: Shakespeare and His Contemporaries Renaissance Sovereignty: Politics and Representation Writing and National Identity Please note that not all these optional modules may be offered in each academic year. Arts Research Training Our innovative training for graduates enables students to build up a portfolio of skills that prepare them for academic and professional life. All graduate students will work with their supervisors to select what’s right for them from a menu of activities. Each student will build up a portfolio of skills every year. On a taught postgraduate degree, you may be given specific guidance on what activities you need to undertake for those qualifications. Dissertation The most significant piece of work on the course will be a dissertation of 15,000 words on a subject of your choosing in consultation with a member of English Studies. You may choose to develop work initiated on one of the modules you have studied. Those who do not embark on the dissertation may be awarded a Diploma. Career opportunities Completing a Master’s degree as a prelude to further academic research is a route encouraged by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC). Advanced education in the Arts and the practical experience of research and the production of a dissertation are significant transferable skills for many careers. [-]

MRes in Historical Research

University of Stirling
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2 years

The Master's of Research in Historical Research is a one-year course that is research-oriented and allows specialisation in particular research areas. Students are allocated an individual supervisor to direct their independent study and plan the curriculum to reflect their interests and needs. Students should maintain regular contact with supervisors through email and an agreed schedule of meetings to discuss their work and review draft submissions. [+]

Best Masters in History in Spain 2017. The Master's of Research in Historical Research is a one-year course that is research-oriented and allows specialisation in particular research areas. Students are allocated an individual supervisor to direct their independent study and plan the curriculum to reflect their interests and needs. Students should maintain regular contact with supervisors through email and an agreed schedule of meetings to discuss their work and review draft submissions. The Master's of Research (MRes) is designed to enable students to become well-trained historians and to demonstrate their fitness to undertake research to doctoral level at Stirling or other universities in Britain and overseas. Both are achieved through the completion of independent study modules, field seminars and skills training, under supervision. It is also possible to follow an Environmental History pathway and complete an MRes in Historical Research: Environmental History Students are allocated an individual supervisor to direct their independent study and plan the curriculum to reflect their interests and needs. Accreditation The MRes programme and all constituent modules are constructed in line with the University's academic procedures and are fully assessed and externally examined. The programme is recognised by both the Arts and Humanities Research Council and the Economic and Social Research Council both of whom have given PhD awards to outstanding Stirling graduates of the MRes. Course objectives This programme prepares you for further research: to co-ordinate the provision of additional or external skills training and to develop the application of research skills students will obtain practical experience of devising and applying a research method to interrogate primary sources qualitative and quantitative analyses the application of IT in information retrieval, especially bibliographical database software, communication skills, written and oral project design involving the conceptualisation of research questions and the presentation of data and data analysis What makes us different? Entry requirements Academic requirements A minimum of a second class Honours degree (2.1 preferred) or equivalent in a relevant subject. Applicants without these formal qualifications but with significant appropriate/relevant work/life experience are encouraged to apply. Research proposal required (1,500 word maximum). English language requirements If English is not your first language you must have one of the following qualifications as evidence of your English language skills: IELTS: 6.5 with 6.0 minimum in each skill Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE): Grade C Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE): Grade B Pearson Test of English (Academic): 60 with 56 in each component IBT TOEFL: 90 with no subtest less than 20 Scholarships & funding University of Stirling Postgraduate Merit Scholarship The University of Stirling is offering any UK or European Union student with a First Class Honours degree (or equivalent) a £2,000 scholarship to study full-time on any taught Master's course or £1,000 for part-time study. If you don’t meet the required score you may be able to register for one of our pre-sessional English courses. To register you must hold a conditional offer for your course and have an IELTS score 0.5 or 1.0 below the required standard. Structure and content The Master of Research in Historical Research is a one-year programme that is research-oriented and allows specialisation in particular research areas. Students are allocated an individual supervisor to direct their independent study and plan the curriculum to reflect their interests and needs. Students should maintain regular contact with supervisors through email and an agreed schedule of meetings to discuss their work and review draft submissions. Historiography: Students taking the MRes undertake independent study of the historical literature of a chosen field. Coursework comprises a 10,000-word paper that critically reviews historians' works and identifies a topic suitable for original research in a dissertation (module 4 below). There are no classes; one-to-one supervisory sessions are scheduled at mutually convenient times. Research Skills Training: Students plan a personal itinerary, with direction, that entails attendance at events organised by the Stirling Graduate School and Stirling historians through training modules. Sessions include personal development and career planning, making grant applications, undertaking qualitative and quantitative analyses and database management. An intensive, one-week programme covers history-specific related discipline skills including historical approaches, documentary editing, palaeography, and using biographical sources. Extra classes in languages can be arranged. Students attend History research seminars and present a short working paper at the History postgraduate symposium in June. Coursework involves the preparation of a research bibliography for the dissertation and due performance at skills workshops. Sources and Methods: Students discuss with their supervisor how to apply and develop their research skills. This may entail further training, such as in languages or palaeography, or attendance at external courses on relational database construction or social theory. Students also examine a body of sources related to their research topic, and practice the methods that they have been learning. Coursework comprises: a 5,000-word paper explaining the research 'value' and significance of the selected sources and setting out the appropriate concepts, theories and methods to be used in analysis and interpretation; and a skills test based on methods and sources. Dissertation: Having researched the existing secondary literature and the primary sources, and having received training in appropriate research skills, students now go on to complete a dissertation of up to 20,000 words. Delivery and assessment Delivery is primarily through one to one sessions with the member of staff who will supervise your dissertation and provide direct feedback on Historiography and Sources and Methods. Training and skills elements are planned in discussion with your supervisor and these will comprise activities in four areas: generic skills; employability skills' breadth of knowledge, subject-specific skills. Students must attend the one-week programme and history and related discipline skills in early December and must give a short paper on their own research at the Stirling postgraduate conference in early June. Modes of study The Master's of Research in Historical Research is a one-year taught programme that is research-oriented and allows specialisation in particular research areas. Students are allocated an individual supervisor to direct their independent study and plan the curriculum to reflect their interests and needs. Students should maintain regular contact with supervisors through email and an agreed schedule of meetings to discuss their work and review draft submissions. Study abroad opportunities A significant proportion of our graduates continue their studies abroad, mainly in the USA. Students who have undertaken the MRes have been successful in securing external funding to help their research abroad. Chris Minty, who graduated from the MRes in 2011 and was awarded a PhD from Stirling in 2015 was awarded two prestigious Fellowships. They were the William A. Dearborn Fellowship in American History, Houghton Library, Harvard University, and a Robert L. Middlekauff Fellowship at the Huntington Library. Chris also held a number of other fellowships: Larry J. Hackman Research Residency, New York State Archives, 2012-2013 Eccles Centre Fellowship, British Library Gilder Lehrman Fellowship, John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Library, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Jacob M. Price Short-Term Visiting Fellowship, William L. Clements Library, University of Michigan United Empire Loyalists Association of Canada Scholarship for 2012-2014 Career opportunities The MRes has been designed with three career destinations in mind: to prepare graduate students for further research at doctoral level as a route to an academic career as a higher degree in its own right The MRes will also enhance continuing professional development, particularly in teaching, journalism, marketing, and heritage management through in-depth study of particular fields; by aiming to develop critical analytical skills and research techniques, the programme provides preparation for a wide variety of research-based careers in the public and private sectors. Most of our graduates go on to study for a PhD either by continuing at Stirling or at another University in the UK, Europe or North America. Recent graduates have secured posts in firms and institutions as varied as Historic Scotland, Sea World, and the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl). Chances to expand your horizons There is a lively series of guest lectures which students can attend on this programme. Where are our graduates now? The MRes has been designed with three career destinations in mind: to prepare graduate students for further research at doctoral level and as a route to an academic career as a higher degree in its own right to enhance continuing professional development, particularly in teaching, journalism, marketing, and heritage management through in-depth study of particular fields; by aiming to develop critical analytical skills and research techniques, the programme provides preparation for a wide variety of research-based careers in the public and private sectors Employability Skills you can develop through this programme command of a substantial body of historical knowledge understand how people have existed, acted and thought in the context of the past read and use texts and other source materials critically and empathetically appreciate the complexity and diversity of situations, events and past mentalities recognise there are ways of testing statements and that there are rules of evidence which require integrity and maturity reflect critically on the nature and theoretical underpinnings of the discipline marshal an argument, be self-disciplined and independent intellectually express themselves orally and in writing with coherence, clarity and fluency gather, organise and deploy evidence, data and information analyse and solve problems use effectively ICT, information retrieval and presentation skills exercise self-discipline, self-direction and initiative work with others and have respect for others’ reasoned views show empathy and imaginative insight prepare for further academic research such as a Phd In addition, our students have the opportunity to further develop their transferable skills through voluntary internships working on collections of material held within the Division (The Scottish Political Archive and the University's own archive (e.g. UNESCO recognised Royal Scottish National Institution for mentally disabled children). 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Máster Universitario En Historia E Identidades En El Mediterráneo Occidental (siglos Xv-xix)

Jaume I University (Universitat Jaume I)
Campus or Online Full time 1 year October 2017 Spain Castellón

Es una exigencia ineludible de las sociedades conocer su trayectoria histórica para comprender mejor su presente. El proceso de construcción política de la Unión Europea se enfrenta [+]

Es una exigencia ineludible de las sociedades conocer su trayectoria histórica para comprender mejor su presente. El proceso de construcción política de la Unión Europea se enfrenta, en el momento actual, a una serie de problemas como son los límites recíprocos de la soberanía entre diversos integrantes, la armonización de entidades con tradiciones culturales e históricas diferentes y la necesidad de buscar un fundamento ideológico común que respete las identidades de sus componentes. La reflexión histórica y un mayor conocimiento del pasado, especialmente el estudio de aquellas entidades políticas que hicieron frente a problemas semejantes, puede contribuir a una mejor comprensión de los retos del presente. Una de estas la constituyen, dentro del ámbito regional del sur de Europa, los territorios del Mediterráneo Occidental, tanto italianos como españoles, que estuvieron integrados en la Monarquía Hispánica. La riqueza de esta historia común y de sus rasgos diferenciadores exige la formación de especialistas. Este título de máster permite adquirir destrezas, capacidades y competencias adecuadas para la investigación, el conocimiento de la historia local, regional y europea, así como para aprender las habilidades necesarias para organizar la información histórica de forma coherente, que posibilite las funciones de investigador, editor, profesor, documentalista y publicista.
  Tipo de enseñanza Docencia semipresencial. Duración y calendario Duración: un curso académico (octubre 2014 / septiembre 2015) Docencia presencial: octubre 2014 / mayo 2015. Créditos e importe 60 ECTS  (European Credit Transfer System). Según tasas oficiales pendientes de publicar. Precio en el curso 2013/14: 46,20 €/crédito. Requisitos de acceso obligatorios La formación previa más adecuada es la que proporcionan los estudios de Grado en Historia, Historia y Patrimonio y Humanidades: Estudios Interculturales, y otros en que la Historia Moderna tenga una presencia notable en el plan de estudios. Igual consideración tienen los licenciados en Humanidades, en Historia, en Geografía e Historia (sección de Historia) y en Filosofía y Letras (sección de Historia) de los planes anteriores a la implantación de los estudios de Grado. [-]

Master's Degree In Cultural Heritage

Carlos III University of Madrid
Campus Part time 1 year October 2017 Spain Madrid

This Master's Degree in Cultural Heritage aims to contemplate new ways these historical materials of different type and origin, from a perspective that allows their joint consideration. [+]

Master in Cultural Heritage (Spanish)

 

In the present retain traces of a cultural past without whose understanding we can hardly understand our current way of life, our beliefs and our customs. That past is apparent in the landscape and regional planning, the structure and architecture of the cities, in thinking, the way of speaking or artistic expressions of various kinds. It is a heritage that should be investigated but that experience tells us, it can also be exploited and disseminated.

Thanks to the past legacy in the form of significant organizations, municipalities get substantial revenue from visitors who come to know him better and enjoy it, of the various aids for preservation and dissemination, as well as the prestige that reach the localities under its ability to maintain and use.... [-]