Our department specializes in the study of language, applied linguistics, literature, and film and visual culture. We have active graduate and undergraduate programs in German and Russian, and we also offer courses in Croatian and Dutch.
Want to spend a week in Berlin? Who doesn't! The Departments of Fine Arts and Germanic & Slavic Studies are joining forces to offer a course in Winter Term 2017 that includes a trip to Berlin. Students will spend Reading Week visiting museums, historical sites, and other points of cultural interest. To learn more go to the Berlin Field Trip page.
Dozens of students, instructors, and guests gathered in late March to honour all those students who had won awards, scholarships, and prizes in the past year. To learn more about the prizes and scholarships available in the department, have a look at our scholarships and awards page. We also have a page listing all of this year's recipients.
Where to begin? There are so many reasons - active and engaged students, friendly faculty, interesting guest lectures, awesome library. But we'd like to draw your attention to three key features of our grad programs:
If you'd like to know more, please head over to our page for prospective students. And if you've grown tired of watching cat videos on YouTube, why not watch our videos on research and the student experience instead?