• The ability to analyse, synthesise and reason critically at an advanced level.
  • To use scientific language in one’s own language and to know how to use foreign languages as a means to exchange information and as a tool for scientific knowledge.
  • To know how to convey scientific knowledge of a historical nature.
  • The ability to obtain, manage and prioritise information.
  • The ability to work in a team.


  • To demonstrate the capacity for analysis and synthesis, critical reasoning and the ability to organise historiographical knowledge related to the history of Europe and the World of the Atlantic.
  • To know how to identify and correctly use sources of information for historical research, including transcription, analysis and cataloguing of empirical material in the scientific and social area.
  • To know how to apply the methods, techniques and instruments of analysis available to the historian so as to be able to critically examine various types of sources and historical documents.
  • To show the capacity for oral and written communication using the terminology and techniques appropriate to historians in order to enhance the transfer of scientific knowledge.
  • To know how to value cultural and heritage diversity as well as multiculturalism and the role men and women played in the history of Europe and the World of the Atlantic.
  • To know how to correctly use the specific instruments available for gathering historical documentation, including new information and communication technologies.
  • To understand how societies have evolved through sociocultural and economic factors.
  • To demonstrate the capacity to evaluate historical development with regard to the political constructions of each period.
  • To understand and know how to value the contributions made by men and women in constructing the various societies of the past.