We bring together innovative - and in some cases unique - expertise in the processes of socio-economic, socio-cultural and socio-political transformation in central and eastern Europe.

The latest review of Central and East European Studies' (CEES') undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and learning in March 2011 commended the subject for its ‘excellent research-led and enquiry-based teaching and learning, its pro-active development of external linkage with partner institutions and its variety of innovative assessment’, noting also ‘the quality and enthusiasm’ of CEES’ students

Study with us, and you can learn from staff who have lived and researched in their countries of expertise. Our flexible range of degree programme combinations can include the study of:

  • economics
  • politics
  • sociology
  • history
  • Slavonic studies; and
  • languages such as Czech, Polish and Russian.