Russian and Slavonic Studies at Leeds offer the research degrees MA by Research and PhD. Supervision is available in most areas of Russian and Slavonic Studies studies. Members of staff have special interests in 19th Century Russian literature, especially Dostoevsky and Tolstoy, religious and philosophical themes in 19th Century Russian literature, Russian popular culture, Soviet and post-Soviet literature and history and culture, Postmodernist/Postcommunist identities, digital culture: online media, digital art, film and animation, post-Soviet space as postcolonial arena, the media in Russia and Eastern Europe, the fiction of Milan Kundera. For details of our staff's specialisms, click on the People tab at the top of this page.
For information on how to apply, entry requirements, fees and scholarships please visit the Research postgraduate admissions page.
You can pursue your study of Russian and Slavonic languages and cultures by taking one of the following taught MA programmes:
- MA Conference Interpreting and Translation Studies
- MA Applied Translation Studies
- MA Audiovisual Translation Studies
- MA Professional Language and Intercultural Studies
For information on individual programmes, how to apply, fees and scholarships please visit the Taught Postgraduate admissions page.
The School of Languages, Cultures and Societies offers a range of funding schemes. Most have quite specific eligibility criteria, so it is important that you check their details carefully. Find out more.