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Sociology and Social Anthropology


What we offer:

A unique bachelor's and master's program in Slovakia designed for individuals seeking a deeper understanding of human societies and the ever-changing social and cultural landscape.

This program equips you with the skills to analyse society and social issues through a broader lens. You'll delve into critical topics like:

  • The evolution of family structures and local cultures
  • The consequences of social and gender inequalities
  • The dynamics of power within society

We'll explore:

  • The enduring significance of various rituals
  • The social impacts of technological advancements and changing work environments
  • The evolving realities of life in both urban and rural settings

The program provides hands-on training:

  • Data collection methods: Interviews, field observations, questionnaires
  • Effective data analysis and presentation in institutional HumanLab
  • Qualitative and quantitative research methods (with emphasis on skilful combination)
  • Essential computer tools for data analysis (SPSS Statistics, ATLAS.ti, NVivo, GenPro, Ethnologue, SplitsTree)
  • Internationally certified course Fieldwork Practicum together with Charles University, University of Gothenburg, Eötvös Loránd University and Jagiellonian University

This program fosters the development of:

  • In-depth knowledge and expertise in quantitative and qualitative research
  • The ability to adopt a combined sociological and anthropological perspective