|Study Guide to Masters and Bachelors Degree Courses|
University of Nottingham
Department of Russian and Slavonic Studies
Department of Russian and Slavonic Studies,|
University of Nottingham
Nottingham NG7 2RD
|Tel. No.||+44 (0) 115 951 5824|
|Fax No.||+44 (0) 115 951 5834|
|Course titles|| BA Russian and East European Area Studies|
BA Russian and Serbian/Croatian
BA Russian Studies
BA Russian Studies (Beginners)
BA Serbian and Croatian Studies
BA Russian (for Beginners) with Film Studies
BA Economics with Russian
BA English Studies and Russian
BA English Studies and Beginners' Russian
BA English Studies and Serbian/Croatian
BA French and Russian
BA French and Beginners' Russian
BA German and Russian
BA German and Beginners' Russian
BA Hispanic Studies and Russian
BA Hispanic Studies and Beginners' Russian
BA History and Russian
BA History and Beginners' Russian
BA Portuguese (Beginners) and Russian
Related degree programmes:
BA Contemporary European Studies and Marketing
BA Geography with East European Studies
BA Modern European Studies
BA Modern Language Studies
|Course Director||Professor Wendy Rosslyn, Admissions Tutor|
|Type of course||Full-time and part-time|
|Length of courses||
Full-time: 4 years (the third year being spent abroad: a minimum period of residence abroad is specified. In some circumstances, with approval from head of Department(s), it may be possible to complete the residence abroad requirement in University vacations).|
Part-time: 5-7 years.
|Date of commencement||
Start of the academic year is normally in late September.|
Applications are made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions System (UCAS). Deadlines are as determined by UCAS, although late applications are always considered.
Student loans are available for UK students. Financial support may be available from local education authorities for the fees.|
Various scholarships and bursaries are available for international students
|Class size||Around 40 students in total enter the programmes each year. They are divided for varying activities into classes ranging in size from 5 to 40.|
|Accommodation||Student accommodation is available. Students who are categorised as 'overseas' for fees purposes are entitled to a special guarantee of accommodation for the first two years of their studies.|
International student fees for 2002-2003:|
£7,520 per annum, excluding the year abroad, where the fee is half the rate for UK/European Union students (in 2002-2003 half of £1,080).
UK and European Union student fees for 2002-2003:
students may have to contribute up to £1,080.
|Exchange Partner Schools||Nottingham University is a member of Universitas 21, which gives students the opportunity to spend a semester at a partner university in Australia, Canada, China, Germany, New Zealand, Singapore, and the USA.|
|Top recruiters||Graduates enter a wide range of employment, including companies, organisations and government institutions.|
For native speakers of English, evidence of ability to learn a foreign language.|
For non-native speakers of English the preferred test is the academic version of IELTS (International English Language Testing Service, available world-wide through British Council Centres): the required mark is Grade 6.0, with no less than 5.0 in each element.
Other tests of equivalent international standing are accepted, e.g.
TOEFL Paper version and writing test (TWE): required mark 550.
TOEFL Computer version and essay rating: required mark 213.
Countries of origin:
UK - 134; Bulgaria - 1; Finland - 3; Holland - 1; Italy - 2; Korea - 1; Poland - 1; Russia - 2; Ukraine - 1.
Men:Women - 52 men: 94 women
Age Range: 18-62 years old
Average Age: 19-23 years old.
Average Work Experience -
Students entering direct from school, or after a gap year, have only limited part-time work experience. Mature students come from many walks of life and may have extensive work experience in a range of jobs.
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