University of Malta

MA in Documentary Heritage & Melitensia Studies
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Master of Arts in Documentary Heritage and Melitensia Studies (next intake Oct 2018)


Duration: 3 years part-time Day 


This internationally distinctive graduate degree analyzes the important roles played by documentation – that is, documents and their associated practices and institutions – in the construction of culture, history, identity, memory, and nationhood, with particular emphasis on Malta and Melitensia.  It examines the theoretical foundations of documentation science; the cultural, historical, institutional, and professional aspects of documentation; and the practical implications of documentation in physical and digital domains in various public, private, and personal contexts.

For a detailed programme of studies proceed from here


Career Opportunities 

Graduates are prepared for continued academic careers engaging in scholarly research on these and related topics. Graduates are also prepared for professional careers as managers, policy-makers, and researchers in memory institutions and relevant public and private entities.





Useful information:

Click here for course fees pertaining to courses commencing in 2017/8

Click here for the dissertation guidelines


For further information on Course Bye-Laws and relevant entry requirements proceed from here

Last Updated: 9 February 2017

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