The Faculty of Social Sciences is a vibrant scientific community of two thousand academic individuals. Its nearly 200 teachers and researchers and ca. 1 800 students all take an active role in the activities and development of the faculty. The Faculty includes altogether three departments comprising one or more fields of study and research.
Dare to think
It is crucial to be able to see behind and beyond the apparently obvious facts and explanations.
Teaching in the Faculty of Social Sciences is based on the latest research and introduces the central concepts and methods of each discipline.
Researchers in the faculty conduct both applied research, which is immediately beneficial to society, and more theoretical studies.
The faculty naturally plays a key role in driving societal development.
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