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Dual bachelor's degree in History / History of Art

Dual bachelor's degree in History / History of Art

Academic year 2023-2024

Pending final approval

General information

General information

Name of the course:
Dual bachelor's degree in History / History of Art
Branch of knowledge:
Arts and Humanities
5 years
European credits:
What qualifications can lead to:

Graduate in History from the University of Girona
Graduate in History of the Art from the University of Girona

Teaching institution:
Faculty of Arts
Indicative number of places:
Last admission mark:

Grades required for the June 2022 examination session

Approx. price for the first year:
Language requirements:
To obtain the certificates students are required to prove they have the requisite levels of languages in both degrees

It's useful to know

The learning goals and skills worked on in the dual bachelor's degree are the separate ones of the respective bachelor's degrees in History and History of Art.


Access requirements

Upper secondary school education
Access: university entrance examinations (PAU), general stage. Admission: weighting of the subjects examined in the PAU relating to Arts and Humanities.
Higher level training cycles (CFGS).
Access: all CFGS. Admission: weighting of the subjects examined in the PAU relating to Arts and Humanities.
Over 25 years old
Preferential option in successful entrance exam: arts and humanities.
Over 45 years old
Entrance exam passed and favourable interview outcome.
Special types of access recognised under current regulations .

Another information on access

Pre-enrolment code:
Weighting parameters of the subjects in the specific phase of the PAU

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  • Education in secondary-education colleges and higher academic levels.
  • Officer specialising in public administration.
  • Projects and exhibitions curator.
  • Conservation of goods (museums, cultural centres).
  • Running excavations and carrying out archaeological studies.
  • Work in archives and libraries.
  • Historical research.
  • Historical and cultural heritage management.
  • Protection, cataloguing and management of historical-artistic and cultural heritage in the institutional and business spheres.
  • Documentation science and mass media.
  • International-projects management.
  • Popularisation of artistic heritage: interpretation, cultural tourism, teaching programmes.
  • Freelance company-support work (architecture studies, web contents, cultural programmes, etc.)

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Calendar and timetables

Through the following links you can access the calendars and timetables that correspond to this bachelor's degree.

The academic calendar marks the beginning and end of classes, non-teaching days, holidays, exam periods, and so on. The administrative calendar marks the periods to make the different formalities administrative.


Students have to gain a series of credits, as part of their studies, which correspond to internships in companies or institutions relating to the bachelor’s degree they are studying. The teaching load is determined in accordance with the curriculum.

Bachelor's thesis

To obtain the degree, students have to complete a bachelor's thesis (TFG) which serves to assess the general skills they have acquired over the course of the degree programme and offers a summary of the skills and knowledge they have acquired. The teaching load of the thesis depends on the curriculum of the degree.


Students can complete part of their degree programme abroad through the Erasmus programme, which enables them to carry on their studies whilst undertaking an international exchange with academic value in a European university.

They also have access to grants for placements at universities in Spain and on other continents, thanks to bilateral agreements, the SICUE programme and the expansion of the Erasmus+ Programme.


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