STUDY HUMANITIES ABROAD

Everything which deal with human spirit

Humanities covers many studying fields like literature, history, culture, and language. There is nothing more attractive than knowing why-s of people behavior, nature and studying human being in its complex. Doing that while travelling the world will be a life changing experience.
International Cooperation on Human Rights & Intercultural Heritage (I-CONTACT)
Master's degree
The programme offers a solid interdisciplinary and problem-oriented training to graduate students with diverse backgrounds who plan to work in the field of international cooperation and development. It aims at broadening students’ conceptual and analytical abilities, equipping them with both academic and professional skills. The key objective is to enable students to manage global development projects in complex, multi-dimensional and intercultural environments. It focuses on historical and geopolitical dynamics between European Union and Central, Eastern European and East Asian countries, as well as in the Euro-Mediterranean region. The course gives special emphasis to the evolving economic, political, social and cultural issues related to international cooperation and development as well as to professional skills and methodological tools that are needed to critically address and tackle such issues. 5 reasons to enrol on the degree programme:
  1. A unique programme bringing together human rights and intercultural heritage within the framework of international cooperation
  2. An interdisciplinary and problem-oriented training to manage global development projects in complex, multi-dimensional and intercultural environments
  3. An International Master degree offering intensive Workshops in collaboration the World Bank, EU Directorate General for International Cooperation and Development, UNESCO
  4. A focus on the evolving economic, political, social and cultural issues as well as on historical and geopolitical dynamics
  5. The Human Rights Based Approach. Cultures are not islands to be safeguarded, Cultures are doors and bridges to let ideas go and be shared.

Tuition fees

STUDY GRANTS AND SUBSIDIES University students may obtain economic support during their studies from the Emilia Romagna Region, the University of Bologna and other external bodies. TUITION FEES EXEMPTIONS Check our website to know which are the required documents to apply for exemptions and special subsidies.   
  • Scholarships available
  • 2 years
Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
Bachelor's degree
The Bachelor of Arts is a highly flexible, new-age degree featuring a choice of nine majors, each offering a unique perspective on the world around you and your role in it. You’ll learn how to improve your decision making, generate new ideas, and think critically and creatively. At a time when some jobs are disappearing, others are evolving and new jobs are emerging, these are the transferable skills that will future proof your career. CDU’s Bachelor of Arts develops both the breadth and depth of your knowledge. It gives you the freedom to focus on your area of interest, while also studying other subjects from a wide range of fields. At CDU, you’ll benefit from a unique focus on Indigenous leadership and the issues and opportunities facing Northern Australia and South-East Asia. Choose from nine majors:
  • Communications, Literature and Digital Media
  • Society and Culture
  • Global Humanities in a Digital Age
  • Indigenous Governance and Policy
  • Contemporary Indigenous Australia
  • Languages and Linguistics
  • Creative and Digital Arts
  • Music Making, Production and Performance
  • Architectural Design
This course also available in Online with the study pace of full time & part time. And part time duration is 6 years

Scholarships & funding

We offer certain scholarships, please visit our website for more information.

Qualification

On successful completion of this course, student will awarded by Bachelor of Arts (Honours).  
  • Scholarships available
  • 3 years
Visual and Material Culture
Bachelor's degree
This program is a 21st-century approach to art history and preservation. The curriculum expands upon these disciplines to include the examination and role of images, objects, architecture, and the built environment not only as reflections of history, but actors that make history. Billboards, Instagram, fashion, urban green spaces—they all tell a story. Our students learn what those stories are by investigating the meaning and purpose behind everything that people and societies create as ways to express emotion and thought.

Program content

Hands-on learning in the field is essential to this program. Our program uses the Baltimore area as a “learning lab,” in which the built environment, museums, architectural landscape, urban green spaces, and monuments provide opportunities to experience the multi-faceted ways in which people understand, shape, and respond to the world through art and material culture. Additionally, students examine artifacts and rare books in our Special Collections and Archives and build focus exhibitions from our Art and Artifact Collection, which contains over 3,000 pieces.

Tuition fees

The total cost of attendance is $60,150 per year. This includes tuition and required fees, plus room and board. However, 96% of Goucher students receive financial assistance at an average of $37,500 per year.

Scholarships & funding

Goucher offers generous financial aid (consisting of scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study) to help bridge the gap between your family’s resources and the cost of attending Goucher. Ninety-six percent of Goucher students receive financial aid. We work with each of our students to make college accessible. Please visit the website for more information.  
  • Scholarships available
  • 4 years
Masters in Euroculture
Master's degree
Euroculture offers great opportunities if you are interested in understanding—and shaping—today’s Europe. Our two-year master’s programme is ideal for students who understand that Europe’s future will be shaped not only by economics and politics, but also by struggles over identities, values, and heritage. Our MA programme will equip you with the tools to understand the vital interplay between culture and politics in European society. With an interdisciplinary approach that combines courses from at least two leading European universities with an internship and hands-on skills training, Euroculture prepares you to make a difference in careers like diplomacy, international business, research, journalism, cultural management, and European administration. Selected by the European Commission as an Erasmus Mundus Programme of Excellence, Euroculture is a truly international MA programme. In 2017, Euroculture was for the sixth time considered to be a “top” Master Programme byKeuzegids, an independent Dutch guide ranking university Programmes.

Qualification

Master of Arts (MA) in Euroculture  
  • Scholarships available
  • 24 months
BA/BSc Liberal Arts and Sciences - University College Groningen
Bachelor's degree
BA/BSc Liberal Arts and Sciences – University of Groningen The Liberal Arts and Sciences programme is taught entirely in English and enables you to design a curriculum that suits your individual interests and ambitions. You’ll be taught in small classes, where the education is highly interactive with a strong focus on collaborative, project-based learning. Throughout the degree you’ll work in interdisciplinary teams on a series of projects where you’ll learn to apply creative approaches to find solutions for complex global challenges. The programme prepares you for further study and careers in a wide variety of MSc programs and professional fields, including MSc programs in (International) business, law, international relations, media, arts,  psychology and (life) sciences and careers in for instance, research business,  international policy-making and journalism. In Year 1 you gradually choose your major in respectively Sciences, Social Sciences and Humanities out of a broad portfolio of courses in psychology, health and life sciences, physics, philosophy, political science, (international) business, law and economics and more. Years 2 and 3 enable you to deepen your understanding in the field(s) that interest you most by developing major specialisations in for instance, Physics; Health and Life Sciences; Brain, Behaviour and Culture, Philosophy, Politics and Economics; International Law, International Business, Media, Art or Philosophy. You also have the option to follow a ‘free major’ meaning you can select any combination from the wide range of courses on offer). Alongside your academic courses and academic projects you’ll follow courses in quantitative and qualitative research methods, logic, mathematics, and philosophy of science, and in Year 3 you have the option to study courses abroad for a full semester before completing your Capstone Project (thesis). University College Groningen (UCG) is based in the centre of Groningen, a university city with over 50,000 students (roughly a quarter of the population!), and as a UCG student you’ll be part of a community meaning you’ll live with your fellow students for the first year of study.

Tuition fees

Tuition fees

  • EU tuition fees 2019-2020: € 4,130 per year
  • Non-EU tuition fees 2019-2020: € 12,350 per year

Qualification

BA/BSc in Liberal Arts and Sciences  
  • Scholarships available
  • 36 months
Cultural Studies and Media - BA (Hons)
Bachelor's degree
Cultural Studies and Media analyses the effect and impact of different digital and traditional media, from podcasts to billboard advertising and social media. This helps us to interpret phenomena like subcultures, fashion styles and leisure practices and to make sense of how we experience and organise our lives and govern our societies. At Kent, Cultural Studies and Media is taught in the School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research where you benefit from a large choice of specialist modules on race, social change, criminal justice or disability and the arts. You are taught by leading academics in fields like gender, race and the body and have the opportunity to choose modules from a wide range of subject areas.

Admission requirements

Entry Requirements

At Kent, we encourage all those who have the ability to study at university to apply, and we accept a wide range of qualifications. Please note that each program of study will have specific entry requirements, look up your program using our course finder and check under the ‘Entry requirements’ tab. Subjects accepted for the General Entry Requirement:
  • A levels
  • International Baccalaureate Diploma
  • BTEC/OCR
  • Access to Higher Education Diploma
We are happy to consider other qualifications on a case-by-case basis, including the following qualifications, providing they demonstrate a satisfactory standard and include a pass in English at the equivalent of GCSE:
  • Scottish (SQA) higher/advanced higher qualifications
  • Irish Leaving Certificate
  • European Baccalaureate Diploma
  • Certificate in Education
  • University degree
  • Advanced International Certificate of Education
  • Advanced Placement (AP) – a minimum of two full APs is required
  • Overseas certificates (including some other European Union (EU) countries)
  • Higher School Certificate of Matriculation of approved overseas and EU authorities
  • American High School Diplomas if accompanied by two full AP passes
  • School Certificates and Higher School Certificates awarded by a body approved by the University
  • Matriculation from an approved university, with a pass in English Language at GCSE/O level or an equivalent level in an approved English language test
  • Kent’s foundation programs, provided you meet the subject requirements for the degree course you intend to study
  • An examination pass accepted as equivalent to any of the above.
For information on entry requirements for your country, see our International Student website.

English Language Requirements

The University requires all non-native speakers of English to reach a minimum standard of proficiency in written and spoken English before beginning a postgraduate degree. Certain subjects require a higher level. See our English language requirements page on our website for full details. For specific entry requirements for your country and other relevant information, see the International Student website.

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Program content

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Knowledge and understanding
  • Intellectual skills
  • Subject-specific skills
  • Transferable skills
For more information please visit the university website.

Tuition fees

The full-time tuition price for Overseas students is 16200 GBP per annum

Scholarships & funding

The University of Kent has a long tradition of welcoming international students from around the world and is pleased to offer a number of Scholarships for Undergraduate and Taught Masters students. The Scholarships are worth £8,000 towards the cost of tuition fees and are offered to nationals of any country paying overseas fees. Further details on how to apply and a full list of scholarships available can be found on the University of Kent’s Scholarships and Funding web pages.
  • Scholarships available
  • 3 yrs full-time (4 with a year abroad); 6 yrs part-time (7 with a year abroad)

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