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MA - Master of Arts
Information Management Management (General) Historical Sources
The Master of Archives and Records Management International Pathway (MARMI) is accredited by the Archives and Records Association. It is available for overseas students who want to meet the practice requirements of their home countries and who need a masters award to do so.
You’ll gain the knowledge you need to pursue an archives and records career in research, business, government, academia - indeed anywhere that qualified professionals are needed.
We’ll teach you to work in a way that provides the accountability and transparency demanded for effective public administration or which meets the needs of archive users in the wider cultural and heritage environments.
The Masters in Archives and Records Management has a highly successful record with 90% of students in recent cohorts obtaining professional posts within six months of graduation.
They have taken a range of positions for example, Records Manager, Digital Archivist, Compliance Officer, Cataloguer, Collections Development Officer and Heritage Activities Manager, and their destinations include The National Archives, Hertfordshire Archives, The National Gallery, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, International Slavery Museum and Bristol University. Students have also gained posts abroad, including at the European Central Bank in Frankfurt and the UN Food & Agriculture Organisation in Rome.
For this course (per year)
For this course (per year)
You should normally have a 2:1 Honours degree and relevant work experience to demonstrate your knowledge of the archives and records management profession. To apply for MARMI you should normally have a first degree in any discipline (UK classification 2.1 or above, or international equivalent). As MARMI is a professional qualification, you'll also need to demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of the archives and records management profession. Most of our students also have relevant work experience, paid or voluntary.
The School of Histories, Languages and Cultures offers a diverse and broad range of subjects, areas and disciplines. The School is comprised of five departments; Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology; History; Irish Studies; Languages, Culture and Film and Politics. Through research and teaching the School looks at culture and society from the origins of humanity through to modern day politics. Postgraduate study in the School of Histories,...more
Full time | 12 months | SEP
Online | 30 months | 11-OCT-22