All practical information about studying is collected on the For students website.
There are three degree programmes in the Faculty of Humanities, dividing in several major subjects. In addition, the Faculty of Humanities offers a variety of minor subjects.
Degree Programme in History, Culture and Communication (HIKUVIE)
- Cultural Anthropology
- Information Studies
- History of Science and Ideas
- Saami Culture
- Science Communication (Master's Degree Programme)
Degree Programme in Literature and Languages (KIEKI)
Degree Programme in Logopedics (LOGO)
- Ancient Languages and Culture
- Art History
- Communication Studies
- Digital Humanities
- Environmental Studies in the Humanities
- Film Studies
- Finnish as a Second and Foreign Language
- French Language
- Future Studies
- General Linguistics
- Japanese studies
- Museum Studies
- Saami as a Foreign Language
- Scandinavian Studies
Please note that Finnish is the main language of instruction for all degree programmes and subjects at the Faculty of Humanities, excluding English, German Language and Culture, Swedish Language and Saami Language.
Information on international Master's programmes and other study opportunities in English can be found on the Admissions website.
If you are a new international degree student or exchange student, please see the instructions for new students.
Last updated: 7.8.2020