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University of Glasgow|
Department of Slavonic Studies
Graduate School of Arts and
University of Glasgow, Glasgow, G12 8QQ.
|Course titles||Undergraduate courses|
|Length of courses||Undergraduate courses - 4 years plus 1 year abroad if studying Czech, Polish or Russian|
|Type of courses||Undergraduate courses -full time|
Graduate courses-full time and part time
|Date of Commencement||October|
|Accommodation||Available in Halls of Residence. Private/family accommodation also available locally|
|Postgraduate Scholarships available on competition basis|
|Admission requirements||Undergraduate courses|
|Fees||For up to date fees please contact the Student Recruitment Office|
|10% students from non-EU countries|
|Age range||17 yrs +|
|Head of the Department||Professor Michael Kirkwood|
Slavonic Languages and Literatures - Czech, Polish, Russian (UG).
Students can study for a degree in any of the three languages. The languages are offered to beginners or to students offering higher level qualifications. Students normally spend the third year of their course abroad studying in the country of the language being studied.
A wide range of taught Masters and research opportunities are also available in the Department of Slavonic Studies.
The University of Glasgow, founded in 1451, is the fourth oldest University in the UK. There are currently over 16,000 students at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.
The University is situated to the West of the city of Glasgow, European City of Design and Architecture in 1999. On the University campus students have access to two Students'Unions, excellent sports facilities, a health centre, an International Student Adviser, the University Library, the Hunterian Art Gallery and Museum.
Academic departments are grouped in eight faculties: Arts, Divinity,
Engineering,Law and Financial Studies, Medicine, Science, Social Science,
Veterinary Medicine. All departments are active in research and
theUniversity is acknowledged as having national or international research
profile in 35 different subject areas.
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