Document management «Document Management and Archival work»
Strategies and tools of management are undergoing rapid changes today. The programme aims to develop skills of effective management of information and documentary resources, the ability to keep document records and to efficiently control documentation resources.
The main of the programme is to train highly qualified professionals with good competence in the field of information and records management.
Benefits of the programme:
- network bachelor educational programmes between the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University and Volgograd State University.
Upon completion of the degreeprogramme, the students will be able:
to draft, register, follow, control and store the documents;
to carry out reference work using the latest automated technologies.
46.03.02. Document management. Document Management and Archival work.
Duration of the Programme: 4 years.
Programme type: Full-time.
Language of instruction: Russian.
Institute: Institute for the Humanities.
Courses & Study Load
Number of ECTS - 240
The degree programme includes a number of courses: legal framework in document processing; document management; archival work; foreign languages; introduction to personnel records; informatization of document management; business ethics; philological background for document processing.
Professional Training / Internship:
Students have their internship in municipal, city and regional archives; federal, state and municipal governmental authorities as well as in non-profit organizations organizations.
Professional Training / Internships
Graduates of the programme can be employed in:
public and municipal authorities;
banking and insurance;
hospitality and restaurant business;
advertising and travel agencies;
research and administration
Admission & Tuition
State-funded applicants (Russian nationals and Russian speaking applicants from the CIS countries) are expected to take the following exams:
Fee-paying applicants are expected to take:
Irina TKACHENKO, programme manager
Tel. 7 4012 595 595 (3002)
Language of instruction: Russian