On Saturday 25 October 2014 at 5p.m., the MML Faculty's inaugural Annual Lecture will be given by Bernardette Holmes on "The Vanishing Monolingual - why the ability to speak other languages is defining success for the 21st Century"
The Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages invites MML students to enter its annual photography competition.
The University has launched a new Virtual Learning Environment called Moodle. The Faculty will have course sites for some undergraduate papers, which students will need to self enrol for.
Director of the Language Centre, Jocelyn Wyburd, writes in Times Higher Education on the decline in language learning in the UK.
The Faculty welcomes applications for British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowships for 2015.
A conference convened by Heather Webb and Vladimir Mirodan explores posture in Dante’s Comedy. At CRASSH, Alison Richard Building, 12-13 September 2014.
Read about two of the Department of German and Dutch's recent Ab Initio success stories.
Applications are now open for the British Academy School Language Awards, which offer a number of awards to schools, colleges and other providers to encourage language learning at a higher level.
Speaking to the Guardian, University of Cambridge Vice Chancellor Leszek Borysiewicz links the hostility surrounding immigration to the decline in modern language applicants and language learning generally.
MML has been ranked top in the country for modern languages and linguistics in the Guardian's University Guide 2015.
Yahoo! News detail the impact the decline in language learning could have on the youth unemployment situation in the UK.
A conference on Language, Culture, Society, and History in Crete is to be held in honour of Prof. David Holton, at Selwyn College, 30th June and 1st July 2014.
This symposium, co-organised by Professor Simon Franklin and Dr. Katherine Bowers, will be held at Darwin College, Cambridge between Sept 5-6, 2014.
Dr Andy Martin writes in The Telegraph, arguing that studying at Cambridge is not as remote or unattainable as many may think.
Four first year undergraduates in the Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages have been taking part in a video diary project led by Dr Andy Martin.