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Part IB

Option A and Option B

All students take five papers in their second year, which is known as Part IB. As in your first year, the range of choices depends on whether you started Russian at Cambridge as a beginner or as a post A-level student. You can also embark on a course in Ukrainian Studies or Polish Studies. As in your first year, you still have to work on two languages offered in two different Departments. However, the IB course is more flexible in that it allows you to choose - within limits - how many of your papers should be from the Slavonic Department or from another department in the Faculty. The overall structure of Part IB in the MML Faculty is described here.

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Slavonic News

‘In memory of all who suffered and sacrificed’: a conversation with LUKE HULL, Production Designer of the HBO/Sky miniseries ‘CHERNOBYL’

20 January 2020

Cambridge Ukrainian Studies and the Slavonic Studies Section invite you to join us for a conversation with LUKE HULL , PRODUCTION DESIGNER of the acclaimed and award-winning HBO/Sky miniseries ‘ CHERNOBYL ’ (2019) written by Craig Mazin and directed by John Renck.

Alumna Wins Prestigious Fellowship and Residency for Russian Translation

12 November 2019

We are delighted to announced that our alumna Helena Kernan has won the prestigious fellowship and residency for Russian translation, awarded by London's Pushkin House. Helena was an undergraduate here from 2012-2016, studying ab initio language. Helena will have a 'translation residency' in Oxford, together with the poet...