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The Slavonic Studies Year Abroad

Photos taken by students for the MMLL Year Abroad Photo Competition. 

Photo credits © Susannah Hill | Alice Mee | Barney Crawford | Claire Goldring | Lana Mawlood | Roberto Salvia | Isabella Abdul-Nour

Due to Russia's ongoing war on Ukraine, students are not currently able to go to Russia or Ukraine for their Year Abroad. We have various alternative options for places to spend the Year Abroad, including Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Estonia, Latvia, Georgia, and Poland.

You can:

•             enrol in a language course

•             study on an academic course at an approved academic institution

•             take up a teaching post or a job in a firm

•             volunteer to work for a charity or NGO


For more guidelines and practical advice, visit the MMLL YA site.

For the Slavonic Studies YA Moodle site, please see here.



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Slavonic News

New Work in Slavonic Studies Lecture Series - 'The Russian Poet Who Cannot Be Seen or Heard'

12 March 2024

We are delighted to invite you to the final talk in the New Work in Slavonic Studies guest speaker lecture series, 'The Russian Poet Who Cannot Be Seen or Heard' with Stephanie Sandler (Harvard University). This talk will take place on Thursday 14 March at 17:15 in Winstanley Theatre, Trinity College. The performance of...

In Memoriam: Natasha Squire (1931-2024)

27 February 2024

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Natasha Squire (1931-2024) at the age of 92. Natasha taught Russian in the Department of Slavonic Studies to generations of students. She was an Emeritus Fellow of Lucy Cavendish, a college which she joined in 1966, and where she served as Senior Tutor, and in many...