Always relevant

Although the study of arts is as old as the first universities, it remains a modern choice.  Many of the most complex problems facing the world today will be answered by research in the social sciences and humanities, which are the domain of the Faculty of Arts.  In a world of rapid change, learning a specific trade or profession can leave people unprepared for the employment landscape.

An education in Arts is always relevant, for it equips you with the tools and the experience to be productive citizens in an ever-changing world.

Take your degree to the next level

The Faculty of Arts offers graduate programs in Anthropology, Classics and Ancient History, Economics, English, History, Political Science, Psychology and Sociology.  We have more than 200 graduate students working with over 100 faculty & researchers.