Russian: A degree in Russian will allow you to study a language of strategic international significance, as well as giving you access to the richness of Russian culture. Glasgow has a long history of teaching Russian and Slavonic languages and we offer excellent materials in our dedicated language resource library. Central & East European Studies: The twentieth century witnessed dramatic changes in the fortunes of the countries of Central and Eastern Europe. War, revolution and widespread social and economic change resulted in a tumultuous period in the history of the region. The collapse of communism and the subsequent changes brought about has ensured that many of the inherited problems continue to this day. From the Baltic to the Balkans and from Berlin to Vladivostock we chart the key issues in this crucial area. The University is a hub for a government-funded Centre of Excellence for Russian, Central & East European Studies, which hosts cultural, social and academic events throughout the year. It is not compulsory but you may wish to study one of the following languages: Hungarian, Czech, or Polish.
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- Year 1
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