Collectively, the schools of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences represent one of the most dynamic and innovative centres for teaching and learning in Southeast Asia.
All work closely with their sister schools in the UK and China, offering students a uniquely privileged education. All of our courses are taught in English and the degrees we award are exactly the same as those in the UK. We consistently produce graduates with the skills, learning and experience to succeed in today’s increasingly competitive global job market.
Our students engage with issues of burning contemporary importance: how can societies and institutions best be managed to maximise their human, spiritual and productive potential? How can linguistic, cultural or political divisions be overcome? How, in short, do human societies and the structures they create work, in the present, past and future?
You will find that our staff are drawn from across the globe and enjoy access to high-profile, international research networks. All our staff are skilled, inspirational teachers, who are passionate about their subjects and dedicated towards developing their students into critically-minded, articulate, global citizens.
I do hope you will find the time to explore our web-pages. My colleagues and I welcome enquiries about our schools, courses and research.
Law Chung-Lim, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences