The academic study of humanities provides students with a broad understanding of many key areas of human history and culture. This can include studies in the visual and performing arts, history, and literature, as well as the teaching of critical thinking and rhetoric skills.
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Trinity College Dublin offers a wide variety of challenging courses and appeals primarily to those students who are ready to adapt to an entirely new academic culture that req ... +
Study abroad in Spain! This program offers participants the opportunity to substantially improve their Spanish while studying abroad in “off the beaten path” La Co ... +
In the last few years, especially since the Argentine currency devaluation, more foreign students have enrolled on Argentine universities to do their Masters and Graduate/Post ... +
RCAH's unique and rigorous curriculum prepares students to create a better world by exploring diverse ideas, engaging in hands-on creative practices, and working with the comm ... +
This course, like all Seminar 2 courses, will study the history and continuing impact of immigration upon New York City. Students will study every phase of this rich history, ... +
A combined historical and thematic survey of select fields that comprise the Humanities and the various approaches and methods they employ in furthering our understanding of t ... +
The Academy implements basic general education programs developed based on federal state educational standards. Educational programs at the Academy are implemented continuousl ... +
Preparatory courses are an effective method of preparing schoolchildren for the required exams, which will enable them to pursue higher education in the future. The importance ... +
Our program offers you the opportunity to directly enroll in St. Catherine’s College, one of the 38 self-governing colleges that together make up the University of Oxford. In ... +
This course addresses contemporary theories and historical approaches currently used in the Arts and Humanities.