Programmes

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Anthropology

School of Humanities

Are you interested in cultures? Are there human traits that transcend cultural difference? What are the conditions under which societies change? How are traditions maintained? How do people engage with the challenges of the contemporary world in their daily life?

Master's Studies
English
Regular studies
830

Estonian Studies

School of Humanities

Estonian Studies is a unique MA programme, teaching Estonian language, culture, history, societal and political topics using English.

Master's Studies
English
Cyclical studies
830

History

School of Humanities

The History PhD programme aims to prepare researchers, lecturers and other academic staff in the broad fields of history, including archaeology and art history.

PhD studies
Estonian
English

Liberal Arts in Humanities

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!

Bachelor's Studies
English
Regular studies
1500

Linguistics

School of Humanities

The goal of the Linguistics PhD programme is to train researchers and instructors in the field of linguistics.

PhD studies
English
Estonian

Literature, Visual Culture and Film Studies

School of Humanities

Engage in broadly interdisciplinary study of the relationship between literature, visual culture and film in contemporary and historical contexts. Gain cutting-edge theoretical insights into intermedial aesthetics and into philosophy of literature, art and film. Equip yourself with critical tools for cultural analysis of contemporary image and text-based media.

Master's Studies
English
Regular studies
830

Studies of Cultures

School of Humanities

Our Studies of Cultures is an umbrella PhD study programme covering fields like Cultural Theory, Estonian Literature and Culture, English Literature and Culture, German Literature and Culture, Romance Studies, Russian Literature and Culture, Middle Eastern and Asian Literatures and Cultures, Cultural Geography, Philosophy, and Social and Cultural Anthropology.

PhD studies
Estonian
English