This vibrant and diverse School is home to our traditional humanities disciplines - history, classics, philosophy and religious studies - as well as our English and creative writing programmes and criminology, sociology and human rights.
We aim to provide you with a transformative experience through outstanding teaching, innovative and career focused modules, personal tutoring and a strong sense of community. All our undergraduate courses offer an optional placement year and a range of new modules with a vocational focus have been added to some programmes. All are designed to equip you with valuable skills that are transferable to a range of careers.
We offer a strong and sustainable research environment that nurtures and supports world leading research, productive and exciting collaborations, and develops risk-taking academic research leaders. Our research is relevant to the wider world, and we develop its impact through partnerships with community organisations, festivals, museums and the general public.