The Graduate School, Arts offers doctoral education for the research disciplines of the Faculty of Arts within all areas of the humanities, theology and education studies.
Research and research training cover both classical humanities disciplines such as classical archaeology and art history as well as new, interdisciplinary research areas such as cognition, IT and international area studies. The Graduate School has extensive research collaboration with public institutions and the private sector.
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As a PhD student at the Graduate School of Arts you will be enrolled in one of the following 8 PhD programmes:
- Anthropology, Global Studies and the Study of Religion
- Art, Literature and Cultural Studies
- History, Archaeology and Classical Studies
- ICT, Media, Communication and Journalism
- Language, Linguistics, Communication, and Cognition
- Learning and Education
- Theology, History of Ideas and Philosophy
Each programme offers courses on its specific subject areas. If you are working on an interdisciplinary project, you are allowed to choose courses from different study programmes.
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