School of Humanities
Are you interested in humanities, languages, culture, literature, history, anthropology, but cannot choose between these exciting disciplines? Then the programme of Liberal Arts in Humanities is just for you, allowing you to study all these together!
Our School of Humanities has excellent competences for making our Liberal Arts programme into an attractive study programme.
The school has competent teaching staff with expertise in the “classical” humanities disciplines, such as history, literature, philosophy, modern languages, etc. Moreover, our strength is that we can combine these with competences from, anthropology, English studies, Estonian studies, Asian studies, literary and cultural studies, and comparative cultural analysis.
The language of our programme is English, making it unique among other Liberal Arts programmes in the nearby region. An excellent Erasmus network permits students to enrich their degree by studying abroad. An ample amount of free electives permits students to create added value to their degree.
We are also proud to be “on the map”: our programme is part of the European Liberal Arts Initiative (ELAI)
We are looking for students whose interests are not limited to one of the traditional discipline in humanities, but who are interested in combining several disciplines within the framework of our study programme. Good English skills are required, and curiosity, openness to different ways of thinking and desire to find out things for oneself make the experience with us even more worthwhile.
Our Liberal Arts offers not only the usual skills like research or critical thinking. It permits to enhance these skills by combining various courses to get diverse views of poignant topics.
We promote independent thinking, teamwork and tolerance.
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The university campus houses a study library, the main university library is situated within an easy reach in the city centre. The National Library of Estonia is also in the city centre. Several electronic databases are available through the libraries.
There are ample opportunities for Erasmus exchange.
Cost: 1500€ per semester
Duration: 3 years
Study language: English
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