Degree in History

240 credits - Faculty of Philosophy and Arts

Entry Profile

The Degree in History is designed to appeal to students with a wide-ranging background, both in terms of studies and in terms of interests. Nonetheless, some of the characteristics that may help students satisfactorily attain the programme's goals include:

  1. An interest in the past and in seeking out historical roots to the major themes of present-day society.
  2. An interest in finding information independently.
  3. Linking different types of facts (politics, economics, society, culture...).
  4. Valuing non-European cultures.

 

Entry information

Number of places. Academic year 2024-25: 70

Course entry methods

Admission mark calculation

The entrance mark (Information in Spanish) for courses will be calculated in accordance with the following criteria:
(1) For entry with high-school diploma or equivalent (PAU: university entrance exam) , the entrance mark is calculated (out of 14 points) with the entrance mark and the two best weighted marks from passed subjects, in accordance with the weighting parameters.
(2) For entry with a higher vocational qualification , the entrance mark is calculated (out of 14 points) with the average from the training course and the two best weighted marks from subjects passed in the PAU entrance block, in accordance with the weighting parameters.
(3) For further information, please see the full details of the weighting parameters for university admission

Weighting Parameters

(3) Weighted subjects in the voluntary stage. Academic year 2024-25:

Batxiller Course Parameter
Art History 0,2
Artistic Fundamentals 0,2
Cultural and Artistic Movements 0,1
Fundamentals of art II (RD 1105/2015) 0,2
Geography 0,2
Greek II 0,2
History of Philosophy 0,1
History of Spain 0,2
Latin II 0,2
For more information, please see the full details about weighting criteria for university admission (Spanish)

Cut-off mark

 

Validations

Credit Recognition and Transfer Committee for GHIS

Member
Font Batle, Maria Magdalena
Member
Ramon Álvarez, Virginia
Member
Rodríguez Pol, Maria Magdalena

Accreditation grid between degrees from the UIB

Table of equivalences by curriculum: Degree in History - Majorca

History (1997 syllabus)
History (1997 syllabus) Degree in History - Majorca
1426 - Prehistory I
  • 20201 - Introduction to Prehistoric Communities
  • 20205 - Prehistory I
1427 - Universal Ancient History
  • 20206 - Old East History
  • 20211 - History of Ancient Greece
  • 20216 - History of Ancient Rome
1428 - Universal Medieval History
  • 20207 - Universal Mediaeval History of the Late Middle Ages
  • 20212 - Universal Mediaeval History of the Early Middle Ages
1429 - Universal Modern History
  • 20208 - Universal History of the Latter Modern Ages
  • 20213 - History of the 18th Century
1760 - Prehistory II
  • 20210 - Prehistory II
  • 20215 - Prehistory of the Bronze Age
  • 20220 - Prehistory of the Iron Age
1761 - Spanish Ancient History
20221 - Ancient Spanish History
1762 - Spanish Medieval History
  • 20217 - History of Spain: Latter Middle Ages
  • 20222 - History of Spain: Early Middle Ages
1763 - Universal Contemporary History
20209 - Universal Contemporary History
1764 - Prehistory in the Balearic Islands
20230 - Prehistory in the Balearic Islands
1765 - Modern Spanish History
20218 - History of Spain: Early Modern Period
1766 - Contemporary Spanish History
  • 20219 - Contemporary Spanish History until 1939
  • 20223 - Contemporary Spanish History from 1939 to the Present Day
1767 - Ancient History of the Balearic Islands
20237 - Ancient History of the Balearic Islands
1768 - History of the Balearic Islands in the Middle Ages
20238 - Medieval History of the Balearic Islands
1769 - Modern History of the Balearic Islands
20244 - Modern History of the Balearic Islands
1770 - History of the Balearic Islands in the Modern Age
20245 - Contemporary History of the Balearic Islands
1079 - Physical Geography of Spain
21113 - Geography of Spain
1080 - Human Geography of Spain
21113 - Geography of Spain
1083 - History of Medieval Art
  • 20261 - Mediaeval Art I (1000-1250)
  • 20265 - Mediaeval Art II (1200-1500)
1683 - Geography of the Balearic Islands
21106 - Geography of the Balearic Islands
1780 - Economic Expansion and Growth in Contemporary Europe
20247 - Economic History of Industrial Societies
1781 - Population History in the Modern Age, 1750-1950
20234 - Social History of the Population in the Contemporary Age
1784 - Ethnoarchaeology
20241 - Ethnoarchaeology
1771 - Archaeology
20224 - Prehistoric Archaeology
1772 - Methods and Techniques of Historical Research
20227 - Historiographical Trends in the Contemporary Age (Theories, Sources and Methods)
1773 - Paleography and Diplomatics. Epigraphy and Numismatics
  • 20225 - Epigraphy and Numismatics in the Ancient World
  • 20226 - Palaeography and Diplomatics
1774 - Current Historiographic Tendencies
20228 - Historiographical Tendencies in the Contemporary Age
1775 - The Spanish State from 1939 to the Present Day
20223 - Contemporary Spanish History from 1939 to the Present Day
1776 - The Current World since 1945
20214 - History of the Current World
1777 - Modern History of the American Continent
20233 - Modern History of the American Continent
1778 - Contemporary History of the American Continent
20240 - Contemporary History of the American Continent
1099 - History of Modern Art
  • 20266 - Renaissance Art
  • 20267 - Baroque Art
1757 - History of the XVIII Century
20213 - History of the 18th Century
1759 - Economic History of Preindustrial Europe
20246 - Economic History of Pre-Industrial Societies
1783 - History of Religions in Antiguity
20231 - History of Religions in the Classical World
1787 - History of the Crown of Aragon in the Middle Ages
20232 - History of the Crown of Aragon in the Middle Ages
1789 - Modern History of the Crown of Aragon
20239 - Modern History of the Crown of Aragon
1788 - History of European Culture in the Early Middle Ages
20243 - Culture History of Mediaeval Europe

Accreditation of English Skills

In order to be awarded the degree, students must show that they have reached a level of English by the end of their course that equates to level B2 in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), in accordance with how this requirement is stipulated in the curriculum. The different ways to attain this are:

  1. passing the specific English language course on the curriculum.
  2. handing in a certificate or accreditation, recognised by the UIB, which shows the student has obtained a minimum level of English equivalent to B2 in the CEFR.
  3. passing a set number of subjects taught in English on the degree course.
  4. passing a set number of subjects taught in English on a mobility programme.

More information.

Academic Accreditation Committee