Graduate Studies in MML
The Faculty currently has approximately 70 MPhil students and 130 doctoral students across six departments. The Faculty's mission is to provide undergraduate and postgraduate education of the highest quality in languages and language-related studies. Leaders in world-class scholarship and teaching, our academic staff are pioneering researchers in a wide range of fields that include the phenomenon of human language itself, individual European languages and language families, and the literatures, art forms, film, history, and cultures associated with those languages both today and in the past.
The Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages at Cambridge is a large but closely-knit multi-departmental Faculty, offering teaching and research facilities in Dutch, French, Occitan, German, Italian, Modern Greek, Neo-Latin, Russian, Spanish, Catalan, Portuguese and Linguistics, among other areas such as comparative literature and film. A wide range of expertise is available within the Faculty for supervising research. The MML Faculty Library has a very good collection of literary and critical texts, and the University Library is a research library of international renown. A Language Centre services the entire University, and houses an extensive collection of European and World Cinema on DVD and video. MML recently acquired a large new video collection in the French Department.
The Faculty has a Graduate Centre with computing, study, seminar and social areas. The facilities include extensive IT, printing, and copying resources, TV, video and DVD. The Raised Faculty Building also has a Media Centre, with film facilities.
The Faculty's Graduate Office is on the the first floor of the Raised Faculty Building (RFB), in room 122. The Graduate Office is open Monday to Friday from 9.30am-2.45pm. Please contact The Graduate Secretary for any graduate enquiries (other than Linguistics) in the first instance. The Graduate Administrator Miss Alison Bingham is based in Room 104. For graduate Linguistics enquiries, The Graduate Secretary for Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, Mrs Louise Radok, is on the second floor, in Room 221.