University of Eswatini / Faculty of Humanities

The Faculty of Humanities though its Bachelor if Humanities programme provided a solid foundation for graduates who join the teaching profession to teach the art subjects. We have an advanced state-of-the-art language laboratory.

Through the Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication we produce versatile graduates who take up jobs in journalism and also in the corporate sector as in advertising and public relations.  Broadcasting students do practicals at the Faculty’s studio which limited radius for is broadcasts. Students also take up field attachment for 8 weeks in a relevant establishment.

The Faculty has over 500 students in six departments with over 40 multi-cultural teaching staff. 


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To provide high quality education, engage in research and community service. The Faculty aims to develop the analytical, critical and evaluative skills of its students in order to prepare them for the job market and / or for postgraduate studies.

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