ESCUELA DE EGIPTOLOGÍA

Máster en historia, lengua y arqueología del Antiguo Egipto

  • TIMES

    Tuesday
    1 course (6:00 to 7:30 p.m.)
    Thursday
    2 courses (6:00 to 7:30 p.m./7:45 to 9:15)

  • CLASS DAYS

    Two afternoons/week (Tuesday/Thursday, Wednesday/Friday)

  • PRICE PER COURSE

    425€
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Egyptology, despite having a centuries-old tradition in many European countries, has only just begun to gain a foothold at a university level in Spain, often facing difficulties. Given this situation –along with a significant increase in people interested in ancient Egypt in recent years– the Clos Archaeological Foundation, backed by its experience in the organisation and development of training programmes, wanted to take on the challenge of creating comprehensive and outstanding Egyptology courses, comparable in terms of educational content to those offered across Europe.

This project was launched in 2000 and eventually grew into the School of Egyptology, the first private institution of higher Egyptology education in our country. The doors of the School of Egyptology opened to its first class of students in February 2001 and has continually focused on offering a line of study that consistently and educationally includes every aspect of an Egyptology degree.

The Master’s Degree from the School of Egyptology is a private degree granted by the Clos Archaeological Foundation. The committee that sets the School guidelines and curriculum is composed of:

  • Mrs. Mariàngela Taulé, Foundation Director

  • Dr. Josep Montserrat, Director Emeritus of the School of Egyptology

  • Prof. Luis M. Gonzálvez, Director of Studies of the School of Egyptology

  • Dr. Javier Martínez, Professor, School of Egyptology

Supplementary activities

A number of supplementary activities are organised in addition to the core subjects:

  • Lectures given by eminent international Egyptologists

  • Advanced seminars

  • Study tour to Egypt at the end of each course

School of Egyptology curriculum

FIRST YEAR

FIRST SEMESTER 
Egyptian language (I)
Egyptian history (I)
Mythology and religious beliefs

SECOND SEMESTER
Egyptian language (II)
Egyptian history (II)
Art and Archaeology (I)

 

SECOND YEAR

FIRST SEMESTER 
Art and Archaeology (II)
Egyptian language (III) / Epigraphy
Egyptian literature

SECOND SEMESTER 
Material culture
Pharaonic culture and society
Middle East (1st and 2nd millennia BC)

      

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