Master Program Audiovisual Heritage. History, Restoration and Management

School of Communication

Complutense University of Madrid (English)

 

It is an official Master Program focused on research (for institutions or doctorates) with later employment possibilities in the audiovisual sector.

The 60-credit Master Program is taught in afternoon sessions at the School of Communication.

 

 

Master Program Audiovisual Heritage. History, Restoration and Management

School of Communication

Complutense University of Madrid (English)

 

It is an official Master Program focused on research (for institutions or doctorates) with later employment possibilities in the audiovisual sector.

The 60-credit Master Program is taught in afternoon sessions at the School of Communication.

 

Compulsory subjects (6 credits each) are:

  1. The history of cinema as an area of research.
  2. The history of photography as an area of research.
  3. The history of television as an area of research
  4. Recovery and documentation of audiovisual heritage.
  5. Management of audiovisual heritage and relevant legislation.

 

Master thesis (18 credits)

 

Optative subjects (6 credits each) are: 

  1. Photography: research, documentation and management methodologies. Case histories
  2. Television: research, documentation and management methodologies. Case histories
  3. Cinema: research, documentation and management methodologies. Case histories
  4. Practicum: students who so wish can spend a two-month internship in any part of the world during the second semester

 

This Master is the only program devoted to conservation in cinema, television and photography; hence our special interest in reaching agreements with film libraries in Latin America. We would be delighted to send them an informative brochure about the Program.

 

This academic year (2018-2019), we are teaching the 6th  edition of this Master Program.  It has received excellent quality assessments.

Enrolment opens in February each year and continues until May. Access to the Complutense University is via official or Europe-certified qualifications.

As a European Master Program, Erasmus rules regarding exchange and mobility apply.

This year, the average cost of a Master program has been 45.02euros per credit (ECTs). Some extra fees apply to non-Community students.

 

The following links may be of use to future candidates:

 

Master Programe web page: https://www.ucm.es/master_patrimonio_audiovisual

UCM official web page: https://www.ucm.es/english

https://www.ucm.es/english/language-plan

https://www.ucm.es/estudiantes-internacionales-y-pagos

 

Please feel free to contact us for further information.  

 

Loreto Corredoira

loretoc  @ ucm.es