- Official UAB
- Course begins on 13/09/2021
Beginning of the pre-enrolment period 11/01/2021
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- Pre-registration period: Open
- Places: 30 places (20 on-site and 10 virtual))
Price: €46.11 per credit (EU citizens and non-EU holding a Spanish residence permit). 2020/21 Academic year.
€75 per credit (non-EU citizens who do not hold a Spanish residence permit). 2021/22 Academic year.
- Language: Spanish (100%)
- Mode: On-site or virtual
Faculty of Arts and Humanities
This master's degree is biannual. Pre-registration for the 2021/22 academic year is opened.
Are you interested in becoming an Egyptologist? Would you like to dedicate your life to the study of Ancient Egypt, do fieldwork in the Nile valley or conduct other professional activities related to the ancient land of the Pharaohs?
The objective of the UAB master's degree in Egyptology is to train professional Egyptologists, both in the academic and research field and in the archaeological field and other professional activities (museums, cultural tourism, publishing houses, heritage management, dissemination, etc.).
The programme consists of 120 credits, distributed into eleven modules offered over the span of two academic years. Five of these modules are dedicated to language studies, another five contain historical and cultural contents, and the eleventh module corresponds to the Final Master Thesis. Lectures can be taken on-site or remotely, and the programme also includes a wide range of mobility programmes (museums and academic institutions around the world and archaeological activities in Egypt). All lectures are offered in Spanish.
There are a total of 20 places for students interested in enrolling in the on-site modality, while another 10 are available for those interested in studying online, in particular among international students. Students may also enrol in the master's degree as full-time students, and complete the programme in two years, or as part-time students, by enrolling in modules during a four-year period in order to be able to combine work and studying.
The master's degree offers the possibility of choosing one of two specialisations: the research specialisation allows graduates to continue onto a PhD programme, so that those who wish to can develop their doctoral thesis on issues related to Egyptology. The UAB offers a PhD programme in Studies in Antiquity and the Middle Ages, which includes a line of research in Egyptology and Ancient Oriental Studies.
The master's degree in Egyptology prepares students to enter a variety of professional sectors, such as teaching (universities, private institutes, etc.), research into Egyptology, fieldwork (missions to Egypt), publishing activities (translation or editing of works in Egyptology), cultural tourism (specialised trips), museums and conservation of Egyptian heritage, cultural management, etc.
It is hard for me to adapt to the American learning system, but I am noticing that the preparation we receive in the master's degree is very, very good! José Rafael Saade