UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES)


Taking Russian as an Elective Module (Undergraduate and Postgraduate)

Both undergraduate and postgraduate students on other degree programmes at UCL can take a Russian language module as an elective (programme diet permitting).


All SSEES social science undergraduate degrees offer the opportunity take Russian language as an elective module. Students in other UCL departments may also select Russian as an elective (programme diet permitting):

UCL students on the following degrees also have the option to take Russian as a chosen language:


Russian can be taken as an elective module for all SSEES MA programmes, as well as for a number of other Postgraduate Taught degrees in other UCL departments.

Modules covering Russian language include:

 *NOTE: Your level will be determined in a compulsory written entry test, conducted during Induction Week. Please consult the Induction Week timetable for details. The number of students accepted into each module is limited and non-completion of the test may result in non-admission to the module.