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Faculty of Humanities

From a division of the Higher Teacher Training School to the Faculty of Humanities, the Faculty was officially established on August 22, 1975. At present, the Faculty of Humanities divides its internal structure into 4 main divisions as follows:

1. The Dean’s Office, Faculty of Humanities

The Office serves to support basic/administrative operations of the Faculty in every mission.

2. Center for Undergraduate Studies

It is responsible for directing the course operations at the undergraduate level.

3. Center for International Studies

It is responsible for directing the operations of international programs.

4. Center for Graduate Studies

It is responsible for directing the implementation of programs at the graduate level.

Glass Buildings


  • To produce graduates both from undergraduate and graduate levels who possess competencies that meet professional international standards, through modern learning management of diverse disciplines of humanities, who respond to the needs of society and the labor market.

  • To create research and innovations that integrate interdisciplinary studies in the field of humanities by faculty members and students at all levels, to benefit the community as well as the country and be recognized internationally.

  • To provide academic services by integrating research works in humanities to the community and to all age groups in the society, in order to promote lifelong learning.


The Faculty of Humanities is a leader in the field of human development and communication.

Our Culture

  • Agility in the rapidly changing world

  • Creative and courteous communication

Core Competency

  • Create innovative programs and nurture graduates for outstanding language performances by professional lecturers.

Core Values

  • High performance

  • Multicultural competence

  • Social responsibility

  • Well-rounded team

  • Universal vision

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