Bachelor of Arts Program in Humanities Studies in Europe

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Humanities Studies

Humanities and Social Sciences is a varied field of study that may prepare students for a wide variety of careers in a huge array of industries. Those who wish to work in social services, education or any career involving the arts may benefit from focusing on this area.

There are more than four thousand higher education organizations in Europe, from leading research institutions to small, teaching-focused universities. Europe itself is not as much different than other continents, reaching from the Arctic Circle to the coast of Africa.

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BA (Hons) Creative & Professional Writing

London College of Creative Media
Campus Full time 3 years October 2019 United Kingdom London

Would you like to earn a living as a writer? Digital technology offers you, the next generation of writers, boundless opportunities for innovation in how your stories are told and enjoyed. [+]

BA (Hons) Creative & Professional Writing

Would you like to earn a living as a writer? Digital technology offers you, the next generation of writers, boundless opportunities for innovation in how your stories are told and enjoyed.

Designed and delivered by industry leaders, our writing degree will help you turn your creative ideas into finished pitches and professional proposals ready for publication. Whether your passion is fiction, script or stories for games and digital media our personal, supportive approach will help you become the writer you want to be.

Course Requirements At least two full Level 3 qualifications (e.g. A Level, BTEC Diploma), one of which must be in English Literature or Language. An Access to Higher Education course or a BTEC Extended Diploma will be considered as equivalent to two full Level 3 qualifications. GCSE grade C/4 or above in Maths and English or a Level 2 equivalent (e.g. Functional Skills). ... [-]

Bachelor of Arts in Classical Studies

John Cabot University
Campus Full time October 2019 Italy Rome

Students majoring in classical studies have the exceptional opportunity to complement their study of classical language and written sources with on-site, first-hand experience of ancient art and material culture in Rome and throughout Italy. [+]

Rome offers students the ideal location for majoring in Classical Studies. The Ancient Roman world is still present in the city’s monuments, artwork, and inscriptions, in its rich museum collections, and in the profound influence of the classical tradition on its contemporary architecture.

Students majoring in classical studies have the exceptional opportunity to complement their study of classical language and written sources with on-site, first-hand experience of ancient art and material culture in Rome and throughout Italy. Major Roman library holdings greatly facilitate and enhance research in all areas of classical studies, including such specialized disciplines as numismatics, ancient medicine, science, engineering, and industry.... [-]


Bachelor of Arts in French Studies

Franklin University Switzerland
Campus Full time 4 years August 2019 Switzerland Sorengo Lugano + 1 more

French Studies is conceived and designed to support and strengthen students’ abilities to think, read, and write in French and about French literature, culture, and the Francophone world. [+]

Think internationally and across cultures

French Studies is conceived and designed to support and strengthen students’ abilities to think, read, and write in French and about French literature, culture, and the Francophone world. Students will begin the French Studies major according to prior experience and continue through advanced courses devoted to French literature, culture, and contemporary society. As part of their program of study, students may spend one semester at a French-speaking university after finishing FRE 300, or complete a series of French courses in related disciplines; students will complete a capstone seminar in French Studies. Students who do not study in a French-speaking university will be encouraged to complete at least one travel course to France or the French-speaking world.... [-]


BA (Hons) in Creative Writing

The Open College of the Arts
Online August 2019 United Kingdom Barnsley

The OCA BA (Hons) Creative Writing degree programme is sensitive to the fact that students will be enrolling at different levels of writing expertise. Some will be novices for whom this is a first serious foray into creative writing and want to become a writer of published works; others may already have a portfolio of published work behind them. Whatever they bring with them to their degree, studying through OCA will provide a structured and supportive context within which they may foster their formation as writers and gain educational validation for their work. [+]

Summary

The programme will allow you to gain experience of writing in a variety of literary forms including life writing, poetry, script writing, short fiction and writing for children, as well as developing your critical understanding of the theoretical and conceptual issues central to the practice of writing.

Degree overview

The OCA BA (Hons) Creative Writing degree programme is sensitive to the fact that students will be enrolling at different levels of writing expertise. Some will be novices for whom this is a first serious foray into creative writing and want to become a writer of published works; others may already have a portfolio of published work behind them. Whatever they bring with them to their degree, studying through OCA will provide a structured and supportive context within which they may foster their formation as writers and gain educational validation for their work. The Level 6 units have been designed to afford an opportunity to focus on a large-scale creative project. Your progression towards its production is facilitated by a mentoring model of tutor-student relationship; students are able to choose their tutor at this level, selecting the specific individual whose specialist expertise most closely matches the nature of the work envisaged.... [-]


International Bachelor History

Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication - Erasmus University Rotterdam
Campus Full time 3 years September 2019 Netherlands Rotterdam

Why history? You have a passion for history. The past fascinates you. You are also convinced that historical insight helps to understand current social developments in the Netherlands and in the world. Why at Erasmus University? Because Rotterdam is unique in is multifaceted approach to history from different academic disciplines. We focus on economic, social, political and cultural perspectives. [+]

International Bachelor History

A multifaceted approach to history

Why history? You have a passion for history. The past fascinates you. You are also convinced that historical insight helps to understand current social developments in the Netherlands and in the world. Why at Erasmus University? Because Rotterdam is unique in its multifaceted approach to history from different academic disciplines. We focus on economic, social, political and cultural perspectives.

Curriculum

This three-year programme takes a unique approach by focusing on how history shapes present-day societies and international relations. Modern history since the 18th century is at the core of the programme. Globalisation is an important aspect of this modern history, as it stimulates us to trace and reflect upon changes in the economy, society and culture, both within and beyond national borders.... [-]


BA in International Technical Communication and Translation

Magdeburg-Stendal University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 6 semesters October 2019 Germany Magdeburg

The programme provides an academically founded and above all practice-oriented education, which prepares students for working in diverse fields of employment: technical translation in industry and commerce, for national and international public bodies and organizations or in publishing houses, and in the related fields of terminology, technical documentation, business communication and technical information. [+]

No restricted admission. Start of studies The programme begins each winter semester. Applicants with foreign certificates please apply until 31 July via uni-assist e.V.. Programme objectives

The programme provides an academically founded and above all practice-oriented education, which prepares students for working in diverse fields of employment: technical translation in industry and commerce, for national and international public bodies and organizations or in publishing houses, and in the related fields of terminology, technical documentation, business communication and technical information.

Degree course content Foreign-language competence, linguistics and translation studies, translation exercises, terminology, technology and natural sciences, technical documentation, economics, regional and cultural studies, information technology of technical communication, intercultural competence, dialogue interpreting Internships ... [-]

BA (Hons) in Religious Studies

University of Kent, School of European Culture and Languages
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 6 years September 2019 United Kingdom Canterbury + 1 more

Today, religious issues are everywhere – from current affairs and international events to the history of ideas, art, and literature. An understanding of religions and their influence can help you to make sense of life in the 21st century and give you new insight and perspective on the major issues of the day. [+]

Overview

The Department of Religious Studies is part of Kent’s School of European Culture and Languages. Staff in the department have a range of interests in the field, including expertise in Asian Studies, which means they can offer you an insight into world religions.

Our campus is in Canterbury, a well-known center in world religion, and the University has strong links with the Cathedral library and archives.

Our degree programme

Religious Studies at Kent is a varied programme covering world religions and also other areas such as psychology and film.

In your first year, you take one compulsory module, which asks ‘What is religion?’

You can choose options from introductory modules in Judaism and Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism, Christianity, or assess religion in contemporary society.... [-]


Bachelor of Theology and Religious Studies (Leuven)

KU Leuven: Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies
Campus Full time Part time September 2019 Belgium Leuven

Interested in the study of theology and religion? In Leuven we offer an internationally renowned Bachelor of Theology and Religious Studies. In a three-year program (full- or part-time) students are initiated in all areas that together constitute Christian theology; in addition, particular attention is given to the contribution of religious studies, classical and modern languages, and philosophy. In some cases students can be granted advanced standing and as such admission to the Abridged Bachelor of Theology and Religious Studies (between 45 to 120 ECTS). [+]

Interested in the study of theology and religion? In Leuven, we offer an internationally renowned Bachelor of Theology and Religious Studies. In a three-year program (full- or part-time) students are initiated in all areas that together constitute Christian theology; in addition, particular attention is given to the contribution of religious studies, classical and modern languages, and philosophy. In some cases students can be granted advanced standing and as such admission to the Abridged Bachelor of Theology and Religious Studies (between 45 to 120 ECTS).

What is the Bachelor of Theology and Religious Studies all about?

The Bachelor of Theology and Religious Studies (also available part-time)will:... [-]


Bachelor top up in Theology, Ministry and Mission

St John's College
Online Part time 2 years September 2019 United Kingdom Nottingham

For those who have already been awarded the Durham Diploma at St John’s or elsewhere, we offer the opportunity to top-up to the Bachelor of Arts in theology, ministry, and mission, validated by Durham University as part of the Common Awards scheme. [+]

For those who have already been awarded the Durham Diploma at St John’s or elsewhere, we offer the opportunity to top-up to the Bachelor of Arts in theology, ministry, and mission, validated by Durham University as part of the Common Awards scheme. The top-up course is designed for all who want to take their theological studies further, including those active in ministry, both lay and ordained.

This part-time course normally takes two years to complete the distance learning programme. All study material is provided online, so some IT skill is necessary. You will work with your designated personal tutor and can converse with other students via Moodle, so it is possible to do this course anywhere in the world at a time and pace that suits you.... [-]


B.A. in Humanities, Society and Culture

Anglo-American University
Campus Full time 3 years September 2019 Czech Republic Prague

The B.A. in Humanities, Society and Culture program examines modern societies with a range of practical and academic methods in the social sciences and humanities, including philosophy, cultural anthropology, history, the arts, literature, and film studies. Students are guided by an international faculty of specialists through modern social theory and intellectual histories. [+]

B.A. in Humanities, Society and Culture

The B.A. in Humanities, Society and Culture program delivers a broad curriculum that develops critical and informed thinking about the world’s humanitarian issues today and for the future.

This undergraduate program delivers an interdisciplinary course structure, developing strong competency in theory and research. Students will learn the principles, concepts and theories behind modern social issues and democratic transformations.

The B.A. in Humanities, Society and Culture program examines modern societies with a range of practical and academic methods in the social sciences and humanities, including philosophy, cultural anthropology, history, the arts, literature, and film studies. Students are guided by an international faculty of specialists through modern social theory and intellectual histories.... [-]


BA in Philosophy

The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin
Campus 3 - 3  October 2019 Poland Lublin

Studying philosophy: helps cultivate critical and analytical thinking skills, teaches orientation in various areas of social life; equips for participation in interdisciplinary projects and in a variety of social roles; prepares for work in scientific, educational, cultural and administrative institutions, as well as in publishing houses and editorial offices. [+]

BA in Philosophy

Career opportunities

Studying philosophy:

helps cultivate critical and analytical thinking skills, teaches orientation in various areas of social life; equips for participation in interdisciplinary projects and in a variety of social roles; prepares for work in scientific, educational, cultural and administrative institutions, as well as in publishing houses and editorial offices.

Philosophy graduates:

can progress to MA programmes (e.g.. in Philosophy, Cognitive Studies, Cultural Studies); get a degree which equips them with a variety of transferable skills that are highly attractive to employers. Work placements

Students enjoy an opportunity of gaining practical work experience from the obligatory student practice programmes at Lublin City Office, Majdanek State Museum, MakoLab S.A. and a range of similar institutions across a number of sectors. Active participation in the Student Council and KUL’s Philosophical Study Group supports graduate employability and market transition. The Philosophical Study Group encourages student collaboration and raises their professional qualifications through the organization of trainings, conferences, discussion meetings as well as through publications and other scholar activities. Throughout the last 50 years, KUL’s Philosophical Study Group has been organising a nationwide research event entitled Philosophy Week, which gathers philosophers’ community from across the country. It constitutes one of the most important philosophical events in Poland. KUL’s Careers Centre provides a range of help and advice to help you plan your career and make well-informed decisions along the way, even after you graduate.... [-]


Bachelor of Arts (Honours)

University of Malta
Campus Full time 3 years September 2019 Malta Valletta

One of the most popular courses at the University of Malta is the BA (Hons) which is offered by one of the largest Faculties with a student population totaling some 1,300. There are sixteen different areas of studies. [+]

One of the most popular courses at the University of Malta is the BA (Hons) which is offered by one of the largest Faculties with a student population totaling some 1,300. There are sixteen different areas of studies namely:

Anthropological Sciences, Classics and Archaeology, English, French, Geography, German, History, History of Art, International Relations, Italian, Maltese, Oriental Studies, Philosophy, Sociology, Spanish and Latin American Studies and Translation and Interpreting – make up the Faculty of Arts. Additional areas of study, administered by Boards of Studies, include Communication Studies, Contemporary Mediterranean Studies, Library Information and Archive Studies, Linguistics, Music Studies, Psychology, and Theatre Studies.... [-]


BA in English and American Studies

Eötvös Loránd University
Campus Full time 3 years September 2019 Hungary District V.

The program is offered by the School of English and American Studies. The program can be completed either as a major or a minor program, the latter is only available for students who study in other major programs at ELTE. [+]

The program is offered by the School of English and American Studies. The program can be completed either as a major or a minor program, the latter is only available for students who study in other major programs at ELTE. Students taking the program as a major opt for either the English or the American track at the end of the first term. The three-year-long program does not provide teaching qualifications.

Strength of program

Students in the English studies track within the English and American Studies BA program are offered a chance to acquaint themselves with the foundations of information technology and typography in the first phase of their studies. This is followed by a series of seminars and lectures aimed at developing students’ competence in using English as a language of global communication, academic writing, and everyday oral argumentation in a scholarly and business environment. Students will thus attain the foundations of academic research, evaluation, and critical thinking in English literature, British and American socio-political history, and develop an understanding of the linguistic levels of description and analysis of English (phonology and syntax).... [-]


Bachelor of Arts in English Language and Culture

Radboud University
Campus Full time 3 years September 2019 Netherlands Nijmegen

The track English Language and Culture allow you to study all aspects of the English language as it has evolved across the centuries. At the same time, you immerse yourself in the culture and literature of Great Britain. You study the classics of high and popular culture - Shakespeare, Stevenson, Downton Abbey, Little Britain, and much more. [+]

English (be it British or American English) is the international language of science, diplomacy, and business. Furthermore, English literature takes an important place in world literature. When you study English Language and Culture at Radboud University, you dive into an extremely versatile field of study that opens a whole world for you.

American Studies is one of the two tracks in the Bachelor's programme of English Language and Culture. The track American Studies offers you the possibility of immersing yourself in the culture, literature, history, politics, and media of the United States. How do we make sense of 'America' when it contains so many different peoples, histories, and cultures? How can such a country elect first Obama and then Trump? And why and in what ways is America a global power? This programme allows you to gain an in-depth understanding of one of today's most influential countries in the world: the ideas and values driving it, the history and politics shaping it, and the local and global cultures to which this has given shape. While you are learning this, you will be working hard to learn to speak and write American English at a professional level of fluency.... [-]


BA Honours in English Literature and History

University of Westminster - Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities
Campus Full time 3 years September 2019 United Kingdom London

This course allows you to combine the study of literary texts with the study of history. It enables you to gain a command of the social and political circumstances in which the writing of literature has taken place, as well as of the texts themselves. [+]

This course allows you to combine the study of literary texts with the study of history. It enables you to gain a command of the social and political circumstances in which the writing of literature has taken place, as well as of the texts themselves.

You will be able to develop your knowledge and understanding of the key periods, themes, styles and techniques in literary studies, and be able to use that learning in critical form. You will also develop a substantial body of knowledge and understanding of the modern history of London, Britain and Europe, including in the global context.

The course will give you the skills and knowledge to enter careers with a significant element of research, such as in broadcasting, journalism, teaching or publishing. It will also equip you with the transferable and cognitive skills necessary for lifelong personal and professional development.... [-]