The principles of interdisciplinarity, critical thinking and intellectual rigor coupled with a cross-disciplinary perspective on our times and the world to come are defining features of the academic offer of the Faculty of Humanities at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. These same principles also link the Faculty’s overall project to both the longstanding tradition of the humanities and contemporary globalized societies. Among other programmes, since the 2016-2017 academic year the Faculty has offered the bachelor’s degree in Global Studies. This pioneering threeyear programme, taught entirely in English, addresses global challenges based on a cross-disciplinary, plural and integrated approach.
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28% of official master’s students are international (2018-2019) 39% of doctoral students are international (2018-2019) 33% of graduates have studied abroad (2017-2018) Internship agreements with more than 60 companies, such as Penguin Random House, Primavera Sound, Telefónica I+D and Planeta
Information and key figures about teaching, research, academic offer and internationlalization.