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Humanities

The humanities pursue the study of the human experience, past and present, encompassing the study of history and art history, languages and literature, 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.

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Duration
4 years
Tuition Fee
€3,000 annually
Level
Undergraduate
Attendance
On Campus
Format
Full Time

Description

About the Department

The main objective of the Humanity Course is to promote humanistic education that will help you understand and appreciate the Outside World. We promote the idea that the study of humanities is an education that encourages students to think creatively and critically, to reason, and to ask questions, thereby IEU is the best place to start your journey!

The humanities pursue the study of the human experience, past and present, encompassing the study of history and art history, languages and literature, 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.

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 dissertations and research projects are an integral part of the School of Humanities.

List Of Courses

  • Philosophy
  • History
  • Social Work
  • Social Sciences
  • Journalism
  • Linguistics
  • Sociology
  • Political Science
  • Psychology
  • Cultural Studies
  • Information, Library, and Archival
  • Fine Arts, Decorative Arts, Restoration
  • Theology
  • Design
  • Clothing Design
  • Restoration And Examination of Works of Art
  • Event Management
  • Easel And Monumental Sculpture
  • Management of Socio-Cultural Activities
  • Fashion Business Management
  • Fine Arts, Decorative Arts, Restoration
  • Information, Library, and Archival
  • Museology, Study of Monuments
  • Architecture and Landscape Environment
  • Industrial Design
  • Photography and Visual Practice
  • Audiovisual Art and Production
  • Show Business Management
  • Musical Arts, Choreography
  • Art History and Criticism
  • Art Theory and History
  • Monumental Art and Sacred Painting

Educational Process

Humanitarian Courses are a versatile set of diverse academic disciplines, focused on the exploration of the way people express, understand, recognize and document their human experience in this world. The educational programs cover such areas as the study of human speech, the way of functioning of contemporary society, the development of ideas, improvement of knowledge and skills, important historical and cultural events, behavior patterns, challenges, human interactions, and relationships, etc.

Studying Humanity Sciences subjects involves the study of human behavior and relationships in social, cultural, environmental, economic, and political spheres. The aim is to support students in developing and studying processes, developing their ability to question, think critically, solve problems, communicate effectively, make decisions and adapt to change as active and informed citizens.

The verbal method, discussion debates, practical method of teaching, analysis, and synthesis methods will be used in the lectures and practical works. The program also provides the latest teaching-learning methodology (use of information technologies) in the study process, which ensures the implementation of individual modules or aims of the program in general.

The priority of the program is to stimulate students for maximal activity during lectures and practical work, to take into account students’ abilities in the educational process, and at the same time to facilitate full implementation of their opportunities that will ensure achieving maximum learning outcomes. You will have the opportunity to obtain knowledge in such courses:

Philosophy

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.

Languages

Learning a language is not just about learning words and phrases: it is about embracing different cultures, and 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.

History

We are an enthusiastic team of historians interested in the social, economic, cultural, and political history of the early and late modern periods.

Linguistics

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.

Social Work

Researchers at the School of Social Work develop solutions to society’s most difficult challenges.

Career Perspective

Humanities graduates understand where we have been, can reflect on the hows and whys of life, and can see how the future could be. Humanities graduates develop many transferable skills making them highly employable. A good humanities degree is a testament to your hard work, creativity, and enthusiasm. We’ll take a look at some paths students can follow at graduation:

Banking Finance - To excel in this sector, you’ll need an interest in the financial world — but your humanities degree will not hold you back. If you’re ambitious, analytical, and driven, this could be the sector for you. From client management to investor relations, trading to accounting, the banking and finance sector has a wealth of opportunities and you’ll be sure to find something to suit your strengths.

Consulting - All graduates enjoy tackling intellectual challenges — and as a consultant, that’s at the heart of your role. The skills you’ve acquired in your degree are sought after by leading consultancy firms.

Law - In Law, the ability to read large volumes of research and synthesize the key ideas into one or two succinct messages is a skill in humanities students are highly trained in. With a keen eye for detail, you’ll have the chance to put everything you’ve learned at university into practice. Armed with your degree, if you’re dedicated and tenacious a career in Law beckons.

Marketing, Media, PR, Publishing Journalism, Consumer Retail - These sectors are perceived to be the more traditional career routes for humanities graduates. Combining your creative thinking and problem-solving skillsets is often why graduates find these are the routes for them. What’s more, with the ever-changing technology and digital landscape, new opportunities and roles in these sectors are popping up all the time and, as a bright graduate, you have the potential to excel.

Requirement

A copy of your High School Diploma (O LEVEL & A LEVEL) e.g (WAEC, NECO, SAT, KCSE, ZIMSEC, GCE)

A copy of your International passport Bio-data page.

A copy of your recent Passport Photo.

A valid copy of your Result Checker Card.

All applicants for undergraduate degree courses must possess a minimum qualification of five (5) credits, in the Senior Secondary School Certificate (WAEC, NECO, SAT, KCSE, ZIMSEC, GCE).


Fees

*** In addition to tuition fees, the student is required to cover: ***

Accommodation: 1800 EUR (every year);

Medical Insurance: 100 EUR per year (one-time payment, depending on the duration of the course);

Medical Check-Up, Temporary Residence Permission: 200 EUR (once);

Other Expenses (Administrative Fee, Admission Fee, Registration Fee, Airport Reception Charges,

Immigration Clearance Charges, Intermediary Company Charges, etc..): 1800 EUR only for the first year

Tuition Fee €3,000 annually
Application Fee €0
Acceptance Fee €1,800
Housing Fee €1,800- €2,000 annually
Living Fee €100- €150 monthly

Addition Information

DegreeBSC
Duration4 years
AttendanceOn Campus
LevelUndergraduate
Country🇵🇱 Poland
Campuses
Main Campus
FormatFull Time
Intakes
Fall 2023, Spring 2024, Fall 2024, Spring 2025, Spring 2025
Study LanguageEnglish
Application Fee€0

€3,000 per year

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