The Master by Research in Archives and Information Science is a two-year research education programme within the Centre for Digital Information Management (CEDIF).
The Master by Research in Archives and Information Science is a two-year research education programme leading to a Master thesis within the Centre for Digital Information Management (CEDIF). The overall aim of the CEDIF research program is to develop models and implementation methods applicable in both public and private organisations that will support standards-compliant, efficient digital information management for current needs and long-term preservation and access.
Students will undertake their own research projects supervised by the Professor and other CEDIF team members. This is an excellent opportunity for those who wish to start an academic research career or make a research contribution to the archival and information management professions and industry.
Two positions in the Master by Research will be offered each year. Students will contribute to our research within the InterPARES Trust project (http://www.interparestrust.org).
It is possible to begin in either the fall or spring terms. The Master by Research is a full time study programme.
Applications should be submitted in PDF by e-mail to Karen Anderson before 1st August to commence in the fall term.
Write a letter of application describing your research interest and why you want to join the program. Include your CV, a copy of your bachelor degree and your academic record, proven language skills and a copy of your best essay or thesis on a topic in or related to archives and information science.
Contact: Professor Karen Anderson
Phone: +46 101428796
Bachelor of Arts/Science or equivalent (at least 180 Credits/180 ECTS), in archives science, library science, information science, informatics, systems science, with at least 30 Credits (30 ECTS) in a subsidiary subject other than the major subject.