UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES)


Undergraduate Career Destinations

Sample Career Destinations 



Political, economic and social developments in SSEES regions and the accelerating pace of change make students' specialised knowledge attractive to businesses seeking to monitor, enter or expand in these markets. Employers often approach the School to promote job opportunities directly to the department's students. SSEES graduates are frequently preferred because of their academic training (often including language skills) and extensive knowledge of Central and Eastern Europe, Russia and Central Asia.

Economics & Business

Job TitleCompany
Graduate Consultant                             Arup
Financial AnalystDeloitte
Full-time student MSc in Economics with European Studies at the University of Oxford


Job TitleCompany 
Full-time studentMPhil in Modern European History at the University of Cambridge
Charity ManagerThe Big Give
Curator                                               British Museum

Languages & Culture

Job TitleCompany 
Russian Cultural Event Organiser Academia Rossica
Parliamentary Researcher    UK Parliament
LibrarianBritish Library

Politics & Sociology

Job TitleCompany 
Project Manager                              British Film Institute
Parliamentary ResearcherLiberal Democrats
Investment Banking AnalystCitigroup