The School of Humanities and Social Sciences offers a wide range of on-campus and distance learning programmes of study at the Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral levels. Its departments and programmes encompass a range of disciplines, from art and design to psychology, from literature to communication studies, and from architecture to comparative theology.
The diverse community of faculty members and students produces work that is aimed at resolving important social and humanitarian issues, utilizing new technological developments, such as virtual reality, and addressing the many puzzles in human psychology.
The School’s programmes focus on critical thinking as a tool for interpreting the world and the human experience, engaging in a multiplicity of creative activities, scrutinizing languages and cultures, and variously contributing to society.
Courses are taught by international faculty with excellent research output, teaching experience, and professional qualifications; in dedicated facilities, state-of-the-art studios and laboratories, employing a range of professional grade equipment and cutting-edge technology. The School’s global connections with other leading
universities and professional organisations offer opportunities for international research collaborations, student training, and the development of joint/dual degree programmes.