The PhD programme in the Humanities is an interdisciplinary programme, linking anthropological, philosophical, cultural, and linguistic disciplines.
The programme provides students with a flexible, interdisciplinary framework, built on connections between the Humanities in general, arts, culture, and linguistics. Over the course of six academic quarters, our PhD students receive extensive theoretical and methodological trainings that impart strong research and analytical skills and enable students to become leading experts in their fields of study. This particular PhD programme focuses on under represented areas of research in higher learning institutes, including anthropology and aesthetics.
You are capable of identifying fundamental problems in the Humanities, especially those with interdisciplinary connections in arts, literature and communication. You are a leading expert within the field of your research and have a considerable understanding of related academic fields, in this case the Humanities, culture and linguistics.
Graduates of our Humanities PhD programme are trained to communicate clearly, think critically and make reasoned choices. These skills render them experts in counseling in a variety of branches, including the arts and culture sector as well as governmental and non-governmental organizations, communications, and media.
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