The School of Humanities is one of the foundation Schools of the University. With over fifty staff it has a long tradition of research and teaching excellence in fields as diverse as
- Creative writing and Literature
- Journalism and Public Relations
- Film and television studies
- Islamic studies
- Social Sciences
Many of the school's staff are renowned internationally for their research, and they bring their expertise to both undergraduate and postgraduate teaching.
The School offers:
- Undergraduate and postgraduate programs on campus and on-line,
- Research higher degrees
- Double degree programs
Our undergraduate programs all have strong internship components, in line with the School's commitment to linking its students with global communities. Internships are available in all of our Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Communication and Bachelor of Journalism degrees. This includes the distinctive and innovative social enterprise stream in the Bachelor of Arts. From our research projects through to our globally recognised programs, the School of Humanities combines traditional and emerging fields of study with a commitment to making a difference in the world.