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The Faculty of Modern & Medieval Languages

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Undergraduate study

MML came top of the league table for Modern Languages and Linguistics in the University Guide 2014 published by the Guardian newspaper. A maximum score of 100 out of 100 put Cambridge amongst the top rated of all UK Universities for student satisfaction (with the course, teaching, and feedback), as well as student/staff ratio, spend per student, and career destinations.

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Graduate study

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.

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From Kornaros to Kazantzakis

10 April 2014

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.

Information Technologies and Transfer in Russia, 1450-1850

06 March 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.

Student life: Real not royal at Cambridge

26 February 2014

Dr Andy Martin writes in The Telegraph, arguing that studying at Cambridge is not as remote or unattainable as many may think.

The Moving Word: French Medieval Manuscripts in Cambridge

24 January 2014

A manuscript once owned by the Knights Templar is amongst the medieval French literary treasures on display in an exhibition, curated by Bill Burgwinkle and Nicola Morato, that opens this week at Cambridge University Library.

The Man without Qualities

23 January 2014

Andrew Webber participated in a Radio 3 Nightwaves discussion of Musil's great Modernist novel, Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften - part of a season marking the anniversary of the outbreak of World War One. The programme featured novelists Margaret Drabble and William Boyd, and cultural historian Phillip Blom.

Reel Students

22 January 2014

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.

New PhD Funding Opportunity in Slavonic Studies

14 November 2013

The Department of Slavonic Studies is pleased to announce its membership in the new AHRC Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Russian, Slavonic and East European Languages and Culture.

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