School of Humanities - Te Pokapū Aronui Tāngata
The School of Humanities is home to Art History; Classics and Ancient History; English, Drama and Writing Studies; History; Philosophy; and Theology.
What we offer
About the School of Humanities
We were ranked 25th in the world for arts and humanities in the QS World University Rankings for 2017.
Our interests include art history and theory, visual culture and museums.
Classics and Ancient History
Our teaching and research covers Ancient History, Classical Studies, Greek and Latin.
English, Drama and Writing Studies
We include English, Creative Writing, Drama and Writing Studies.
Develop an understanding of the past and discover how the past influences the present and can shape the future.
Philosophy examines fundamental questions concerning human nature and our place in the world.
Theological and Religious Studies
We offer a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Theological and Religious Studies.
Contact the Head of School, School Directors, Heads of Disciplinary Areas and administrative staff.
Help and advice
Where to get help and advice.
Forms and guides for students
A selection of forms and guides available for students.
Scholarships and awards
Scholarships and awards available to students in the School of Humanities.
Meet some of our graduates and find out about their careers.
Meet our staff and find out how to contact them.
News and events
News, events and notices in the School of Humanities.