University Subject Tables 2017
There are many languages in Eastern Europe, the most widely spoken of which is Russian. However, countless others can be studied at university as well, most notably Czech and Polish. In addition to the linguistic side of things, a Russian & East European Languages degree will teach you about the history, culture and literature of the nation(s) in which it is spoken. If this is where you interests lie, use our Russian & East European Languages subject table to find your perfect university.
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Russian & East European Languages — London
|Rank||University Name||Next Steps|
|4th||9||Queen Mary, University of London||n/a||4.26||3.04||n/a||92.9||Profile Courses|
East London is one of the most vibrant and multicultural areas in the UK, so few universities could claim to be in a better location than Queen Mary (QM) when it comes to studying a foreign language and culture. QM also has a knack of securing high Research Quality scores, so it's no surprise to see it rank highly for the measure here too.
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|9th||2||University College London||478||3.93||3.03||66||91.0||Profile Courses|
UCL has previously finished as high as third in the Russian & East European Languages subject table, and given the university's history and status, you wouldn't put it past UCL to repeat or eclipse that feat in the future. As for the present, the School of Slavonic & East European Studies will be most proud of its Research Quality and Entry Standards.
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The maximum scores for the measures shown are as follows:
- Entry Standards: No maximum
- Student Satisfaction: 5.00
- Research Quality: 4.00
- Graduate Prospects: 100
- Overall Score: 100.0
All measures used to compile the tables are available on the full table.