The UG School of Arts and Humanities was established in 2005 and it holds a leading position in this field. The school is comprised of three departments: Department of Philology and European Languages, Department of History and Asian Studies and Department of Archaeology, Anthropology and Arts. The school offers studies at all three levels of higher education: Bachelor’s, Master’s and Ph. D. Degrees.
The School offers certificate courses in various languages and preparation courses for national entry examinations and national Master’s entry examinations. The School organized national and international scientific conferences and actively participated in scientific/research work.
The School of Arts and Humanities has all contemporary resources to deliver a high standard education. In particular: the best academic personnel, defined and accredited educational programs, classrooms and language labs equipped with modern technologies, international contacts, the opportunity for students to participate in international exchange programs, the opportunity to put theory in practice through internships and the most important – a constant desire to maintain and improve this high quality of education.