Founded in 1915, the School of Slavonic and East European Studies is the UK's leading institution for the study of Central and Eastern Europe, Russia and the rest of the former Soviet Union. In August 1999 the School became a full department of University College London. The School is located in Taviton Street, close to the heart of the UCL campus. Within UCL, SSEES operates a range of interdisciplinary degrees comprising history, social sciences, language, literature and culture.
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Why choose UCL SSEES?
Coming to SSEES means you have the advantages of a specialised and friendly department of international renown within its field of study, combined with the enormous resources in the rest of University College London. These include not only academic opportunities but also unrivalled facilities for sport and social activities and an excellent record of placement in jobs at the end of the degree.
Political, economic and social developments in eastern Europe and the accelerating pace of change will make your specialised knowledge attractive to businesses seeking to monitor, enter or expand in these markets. It is quite common for employers to approach SSEES to promote job opportunities directly to the department's students. Our graduates are often preferred because of their academic training with language skills and the experience of studying and living in Eastern Europe or Russia.
For further information please contact:
Tel: 020 7679 8830
Fax: 020 7679 8722
School of Slavonic and East European Studies
University College London
London WC1E 6BT
Information for Prospective Students: Undergraduate Study at UCL
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