The Humanities disciplines explore human life and existence, asking questions such as who we are and what we are doing here, and examine the human condition. Our School of Humanities is divided into three subject areas; English and Creative Writing, History and Classics, and Religion, Theology, Culture and Philosophy.
We aim to provide you with a transformative experience through outstanding teaching, innovative and relevant modules, personal tutoring and a strong sense of community. The most recent research will inform what you are taught and you will develop skills that will help you become a highly employable graduate.
We offer a strong and sustainable research environment that nurtures and supports world leading research, productive and exciting research 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.