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International co-operation at the Faculty of Humanities

The faculty's international research and study co-operation programme includes student and academic staff exchanges, strategic partnerships and jointly organised conferences.

Research collaboration

In the area of research, collaboration often takes the form either of research projects that are undertaken in co-operation with consumers in various sectors and businesses or of the provision of funding and donations to major national research and dissemination projects.

Educational co-operation

The faculty's study programmes include a wide array of possibilities for international educational co-operation:

Student exchange to all continents for bachelor's and master's students, joint degrees, field work trips and excursions, practical internships and practice-based master's theses.

The faculty receives around four hundred international students annually from all over the world through more than 250 student exchange agreements.

Case Competition

Participate in the Faculty of Humanities' Case Competition. Our students have skills that can help you find new and creative solutions.    

Links with business and society

The academic environments at the Faculty of Humanities' departments co-operate with a range of bodies, drawn both from business and from society in general.

Students across many disciplines at the faculty can have internship as an integrated part of their degree.

The interns have strong academic competences and high motivation. They can intern in a variety of industry sectors such as communication, media, arts and culture, politics and education, both domestic and international. 

Published Apr. 19, 2022 4:14 PM - Last modified Apr. 19, 2022 4:14 PM