Teaching and research at the Faculty of Humanities covers archeology, cultural anthropology, history of sciences and ideas, literature, information studies, philology and logopedics. Giellagas Institute which is part of the Faculty has a nation-wide responsibility to organize, introduce and provide Saami language and cultural studies and research at the academic level.
Education that the Faculty provides is of high quality, focuses on learning process and improved constantly. Individual students have an active role in the learning process. The Facylty has been awarded prizes for quality education both on national level as well as on university level.
There are about 2300 students at the Faculty and about 150 staff members.
Last updated: 12.5.2020