UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES)



UCL SSEES offers a broadly based programme in History. Its research specialisation lies in the history of Central and Eastern Europe, including Germany, Austria and Russia, ranging from the early modern period to contemporary history, and including topics such as nationalities and national identity, gender issues, social and cultural history, government and society, the history of thought, art and architecture.

SSEES History Modules on the V100 Degree

From 2016 entry, students on the UCL History Degree UCAS Code V100) have the opportunity to select from the full and exciting range of SSEES History electives. View SSEES modules

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Programme Coordinator: Prof Simon Dixon
Programme Administrator: Sasha Aleksic