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Tallinn University Bachelor in Liberal Arts in Humanities
Tallinn University

Bachelor in Liberal Arts in Humanities

Tallinn, Estonia

3 Years


Full time

01 Jul 2024*

01 Sep 2024

EUR 2,100 / per semester


* non-EU/EEA citizens residing in estonia, have a valid estonian TRP I EU/EEA citizens residing in estonia, have a valid estonian id-card

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Are you interested in humanities, languages, culture, literature, history, anthropology, and the environment but cannot choose between these exciting disciplines? Then the program of Liberal Arts in Humanities is just for you, allowing you to study all these together!

We invite students whose interests are not limited to one of the traditional disciplines in humanities, but who are interested in combining several disciplines within our study program.

You can choose from anthropology, English studies, Estonian studies, Asian studies, history, Russian language and culture (advanced), Russian language and culture (beginners), Environmental Humanities, and cultural analysis.

Good English skills are required, and curiosity, openness to different ways of thinking, and desire to find out things for oneself make the experience with us even more worthwhile.

Why study with us?

  • The language of our program is English, making it unique among other Liberal Arts programs in the nearby region.
  • In 2020 our Liberal Arts in Humanities was the second most popular BA program among foreign candidates wishing to pursue their undergraduate studies at Tallinn University.
  • School of Humanities has excellent competencies for making our Liberal Arts program an attractive study program.
  • The school has competent teaching staff with expertise in the classical humanities disciplines, such as history, literature, culture, and modern languages.
  • Our Liberal Arts develops such essential skills as research and critical thinking. It permits one to enhance these skills by combining various courses to get diverse views of poignant topics. We promote independent thinking, teamwork, and tolerance.
  • An excellent Erasmus network permits students to enrich their degrees by studying or doing traineeships abroad.
  • An ample amount of free electives permits students to create added value to their degree.
  • Estonia is the home of many nations. Listen to the podcasts in Found in Estonia.

Study Support Facilities

  • The university campus houses a study library, the main university library is situated within easy reach in the city center. The National Library of Estonia is also in the city center. Numerous electronic databases are available through libraries.
  • There are ample opportunities for Erasmus exchange.
  • Students will have ample opportunities to participate in various literary and cultural events held in Tallinn. Tallinn University Student Union and International Club offer opportunities for getting engaged in diverse activities.
  • Career and Psychological counseling services are available on-site.
  • Opportunities for sports and cultural activities.
  • Funding information: Study in Estonia



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