Russian and Slavonic Studies in Nottingham has a long and distinguished history, starting in 1916 when Nottingham became one of the first universities in the UK to teach Russian. Three main areas of Slavonic culture are taught here: Russian, Serbian/Croatian, and Slovene Studies.
Over many years the department has built up a reputation as a major centre for Russian studies in the UK and it is also viewed as the pricipal British centre for the study of Central and South Eastern Europe. The vibrant postgraduate community brings together UK, European and international students.
University of Nottingham is consistently named as one of the most targeted universities by Britain’s leading graduate employers – ranked in the top 10 in The Graduate Market 2013-2019, High Fliers Research.