Research at the School of Humanities focuses primarily on the interaction between culture, society and business, which is examined from an interdisciplinary, international, and intercultural perspective.
At the School of Humanities, we attach particular importance to the international orientation of our programs. We offer our students European education. The diploma of which is recognized worldwide. Also, International doctoral dissertation and research projects are an integral part of the School of Humanities.
Why to choose Humanities?
The humanities pursue the study of the human experience, past and present, encompassing the study of history and art history, languages and literatures, philosophy, religion, and visual and dramatic arts. Our students learn skills in critical analysis, interpretation and argument, analytical writing, and oral presentation in both individual and collaborative undertakings. They investigate how societies, cultures, human values, and everyday experiences have been transformed, represented, and remembered over time.
If you ever find yourself thinking about big questions beyond everyday experience - questions that may never have a single, final answer - then you would probably enjoy studying Philosophy.
The School of Humanities offers such subjects as:
Languages, Social Work, History, Sociology, Philosophy, Linguistics, etc. Just make your choice and start your studies with one of the best schools of Humanities in Ukraine.
Our courses are designed to explore the role of philosophy in the twenty-first century. Part of the School of Humanities, we are one of the main centers in the UK for the study of European Philosophy, specializing in Continental Philosophy at all levels of teaching and research.
We also provide expert supervision in the History of Philosophy and Philosophy of Science. We have a particular interest in interdisciplinary work linking Philosophy with the visual arts and literature, and in projects that involve thinking across the boundaries of philosophical traditions.
Learning a language is not just about learning words and phrases: it is about embracing different cultures, diverse lifestyles, and discovering more about the people and the world around you.
Our dynamic Languages team has years of experience in teaching languages to undergraduates, postgraduates, staff, and members of the public. Teaching is student-centered and classes involve lively interaction.
As well as learning a language, you will develop skills in oral and written presentation, debate, interpretation, translation and creative writing.
We are an enthusiastic team of historians interested in the social, economic, cultural, and political history of the early and late modern periods.
The study of linguistics helps us to become more aware of our use of language. It assists greatly in the learning and teaching of languages. It is particularly vital for teaching and recording Indigenous languages to ensure their survival for future generations.
Researchers at the School of Social Work develop solutions to society's most difficult challenges.