School of Humanities
Graduates will be equipped to work in any area that requires excellent skills in critical thinking, visual analysis and writing. The prospected career options include research, education, cultural journalism, arts administration, cultural management, museum industry, publishing, cultural diplomacy.
The graduates will be prepared to continue their studies at PhD level. We help our students to find relevant internship opportunities, so they can explore their interests and preferences even while studying.
"As an innovative joint programme between Tallinn University and the Estonian Academy of Arts, "Literature Visual Culture and Film Studies"enables its students to gain comparative knowledge, interdisciplinary skills, and intercultural experience with a distinctive approach. On one hand, having the chance to spend hours in EKA’s Cultural Heritage Faculty which is located in the heart of the Old Town of Tallinn allows me to transport to a different time and, imaginatively, live what I read about the History of Art. On the other hand, taking great delights from the presence of multiple instructors at Tallinn University—whose buildings have a modern architectural essence—I can feel secure about the consideration, examination, and discussion of modern concerns and topics of the course during the programme. Similar to Andres Kurg, one of our lecturers who paraphrased Michel Foucault’s quote in the programme’s Web blog and called this programme a pure "practice", so far, I found the programme very practical, appealing, and promising.
Read her blog post here