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Dual Master
Archival and Information Studies (Media Studies)
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Careers

The Dual Master's programme in Archival Studies prepares you for a career in the world of archiving in the broadest possible sense. There is a growing need in many areas of the public and private sector for a better understanding of selection, retrieval, sustainability and archiving of all kinds of records and data. The Dual Master’s programme provides a critical skill-set that is required to connect relevant insights from multiple disciplines and professional fields and apply them in practical situations.

Where do our graduates work?

As a graduate of the programme, you will be qualified for research/policy-related, coordinating and strategic consultancy professions in areas such as archives, information analysis or data managing in institutional and private archives, heritage centres, museums, libraries, and creative industries and business. You can think of functions such as, municipal archivist, reference archivist, archival inspectorate, recordmanager, information management officer, documentalist, advisor digital information, information specialist, research assistant, digital archivist, researcher, information and public services.