Art humanities & social sciences

Arts, humanities, and social sciences explore human culture and society from all angles – politics, history, sociology, criminology, literature, media, and social welfare. These courses will help you develop the critical and creative thinking skills, problem solving skills, research and analysis skills, and communication skills employers seek in today’s fast-changing world – for a range of careers in a variety of fields.

We offer a wide range of studies in the humanities, including a selection of languages, history, politics and international studies. With a degree in humanities, you will have the knowledge and analytical skills to write, speak, argue and investigate in critical ways. You will have an ability to research society objectively and be able to work professionally in either research or government roles. One of the best things about studying humanities at our university is that you can select from a wide range of specialist programs to suit your interests.

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About the course

Arts, humanities, & social sciences is the branch of learning that studies human culture, society, and its natural environment, through “arts” like music and literature, history, philosophy, and language.

The purpose of the course is to introduce students to the fundamental challenges of modern society that arise in the arts, humanities, and social sciences. Students perceive and analyze these issues through a variety of lenses: historical and contemporary, rational and irrational, global in scale and local.

The course is hands-on and intensive. At the end of each week, students discuss different aspects of their studies with a faculty member. Original revisions or extensions are expected to be done by students on weekly reading assignments.

The following are some topics you can explore:

  • International Studies
  • Media and Journalism
  • Languages
  • History
  • Politics
  • Sociology
  • Arts
  • Music
  • Philosophy

Why study Arts, humanities, & social sciences in abroad?

Arts, humanities and social sciences are crucial for a more creative and innovative society. Studying abroad encourages cultural awareness, helps to discover other cultures and ways of working. Many employers look for candidates with international experience. 

Studying abroad is a “golden” opportunity to experience the world and to explore your career goals. You will be among other international students and have the chance to meet people from all over the world. You will also be exposed to different cultures, customs, and academic and social practices. This will allow you not only to broaden your cultural horizon but also to show off your cultural sensitivity and language skills.

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