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Bachelors in archive studies and auxiliary historical sciences in Charles university

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The Archival Science and Auxiliary Historical Sciences Program is a historically oriented study focusing on professional work in the field of Czech history and on practical application especially in the field of archival science. Profile subjects of this study are auxiliary historical sciences, history of Czech land administration and archival theory and practice. The program can be studied in a separate full-time and combined study, in which, in addition to the aforementioned disciplines, emphasis is also placed on Czech history. The graduate will be equipped with knowledge of modern archival theory, diplomatics, paleography and history of administration, will acquire basic professional and linguistic prerequisites for work with archival material, especially the period of modern times and modern times.

A completed secondary education before entering the first year of a Bachelor s , a notarised copy of your secondary school leaving certificate or your Bachelor s diploma, an official transcript of records from your previous university studies, an official translation of the two above into Czech (translation is not required if the original documents were issued in English), a certificate of equivalence from Czech educational authorities which states that your certificate/diploma is recognised in the Czech Republic (called nostrification ), if you completed your previous education abroad, TOEFL ibT of 80, IELTS of 6.5, SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing 550, ACT English and Reading 24, IB English 6, Melab 77, TOEIC 605

Archivist, Historical Archivist, Library Archivist, Research Assistant, Project Archivist

28th Feb

English

The Archival Science and Auxiliary Historical Sciences Program is a historically oriented study focusing on professional work in the field of Czech history and on practical application especially in the field of archival science. Profile subjects of this study are auxiliary historical sciences, history of Czech land administration and archival theory and practice. The program can be studied in a separate full-time and combined study, in which, in addition to the aforementioned disciplines, emphasis is also placed on Czech history. The graduate will be equipped with knowledge of modern archival theory, diplomatics, paleography and history of administration, will acquire basic professional and linguistic prerequisites for work with archival material, especially the period of modern times and modern times.

A completed secondary education before entering the first year of a Bachelor s , a notarised copy of your secondary school leaving certificate or your Bachelor s diploma, an official transcript of records from your previous university studies, an official translation of the two above into Czech (translation is not required if the original documents were issued in English), a certificate of equivalence from Czech educational authorities which states that your certificate/diploma is recognised in the Czech Republic (called nostrification ), if you completed your previous education abroad, TOEFL ibT of 80, IELTS of 6.5, SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing 550, ACT English and Reading 24, IB English 6, Melab 77, TOEIC 605

Archivist, Historical Archivist, Library Archivist, Research Assistant, Project Archivist

28th Feb

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