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The Slavonic Studies Year Abroad

Slavonic Studies Year Abroad

The majority of students in the Slavonic Studies Section at Cambridge go to Russia, some go to Ukraine or Belarus, for all or part of their Year Abroad. There are many different options for how you can spend your YA.

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

Cambridge Slavonic Studies presents: A lecture from Catriona Kelly: 'Future-Proofing History: Films about the Past in the Brezhnev Era'

14 October 2021

Cambridge Slavonic Studies presents: A lecture from Catriona Kelly: 'Future-Proofing History: Films about the Past in the Brezhnev Era' On: 04th November 2021 at 17:15(GMT) in William Mong Hall , Sidney Sussex

'Inventing an Aesthetics of Anti-Racism: African Americans in Early Soviet Visual Culture' A lecture by Christina Kiaer (Northwestern University)

11 October 2021

Organised by the Departments of Slavonic Studies and History of Art, with the collaboration of the Cambridge Committee for Russian and East European Studies, The Centre for Visual Culture and the Cambridge Courtauld Russian Art Centre: A lecture by Christina Kiaer (Northwestern University) Inventing an Aesthetics of Anti-...