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Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages and Linguistics

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Postgraduate MMLL

Applying for Postgraduate Study

Our academic staff are leaders in world-class scholarship and teaching, and conduct research in one or more of the following areas: linguistics, film and screen studies, history and thought, and literary and cultural studies.

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Applying for Undergraduate Study

The University of Cambridge ranked first overall in the Complete University Guide for 2024, with Linguistics and all of the MMLL languages coming out on top in the subject league tables. 

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Welfare and Disability

The Faculty Disability Liaison Officer (DLO) offers a local contact for our students who may have questions and/or concerns about access to the Faculty, including taught sessions, assessment, library resources or any other area of our work.

Latest news and events

Graphospheres Symposium, 25–26 April 2024

26 April 2024

Graphospheres is a celebration in honour of Simon Franklin, Emeritus Professor of Slavonic Studies at the University of Cambridge. The symposium brings together a distinguished group of international scholars to discuss information technologies from the pre-modern to the present.

Ioanna Sitaridou leads 'last chance' effort to preserve living relative of ancient Greek

3 April 2024

Romeyka descends from Hellenistic Greek not Medieval Greek, making it a sister, rather than a daughter, of Modern Greek.

Postgraduate student wins Association for the Study of Modern and Contemporary France paper prize

25 March 2024

We are proud to share that Ry Montgomery has just won the ASMCF Postgraduate Paper Prize for their paper, 'Sous les pavés, le Souk: reframing (re)public(an) space in the cinema of Lionel Soukaz’.

What’s novel about a novel? Storytelling and travelling knowledge – Shida Bazyar in conversation with Miriam Schwarz & Tara Talwar Windsor

22 March 2024

Join prize-winning novelist Shida Bazyar in conversation with Miriam Schwarz and Tara Talwar Windsor to discuss how novels take their characters and their readers on journeys across cultural contexts, and how this can make both characters and readers re-assess the things they think they know.


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