About this portal

This web portal contains a collection of resources supporting the study of Ukrainian:

The portal is maintained by Marta Jenkala (London, United Kingdom).

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Online resources

Slovnenya - online dictionary with translation to/from Ukrainian.

Dictionaries of Ukraine Online - online database showing how the endings of Ukrainian words change depending on their use in a sentence.

Slovnyk ukrainskoi movy - an online version of the 11-volume comprehensive dictionary of Ukrainian published in 1970-1980 (Soviet-era).

Ukrainian Orthographic Norms - official norms for spelling and punctuation in modern standard Ukrainian.

Support for teachers

Teaching Slavonic Languages - Practical Support for Teachers in Higher Education

Learning Ukrainian in the UK

University College London

At undergraduate level, the UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES) offers degrees in Ukrainian and East European Studies, and Ukrainian and another European language (the Modern Languages degree), for example French and Ukrainian. The core modules taken as part of these degrees include Ukrainian Level 1, Ukrainian Level 2, Ukrainian Level 3, Ukrainian Culture and Text, and The Making of Modern Ukraine.

The above courses are also available as core or optional modules of other UCL degree programmes in which Ukrainian can be studied, for example Politics, Sociology and East European Studies, Economics and Business with East European Studies, History, Politics and Economics, European Social and Political Studies, Russian with an East European Language, or Mathematics with Modern Languages.

Other courses relating wholly or partly to Ukraine which may be studied as part of some of the above degrees include Literature and Memory and Crossroads of Culture: Language & Identity in Literatures of Ukraine.

Additionally, as part of most UCL degrees, subject to approval from the home department, Ukrainian may be taken as an off-track module at three levels: Ukrainian A, Ukrainian B, Ukrainian C.

At postgraduate level, Ukrainian can be taken as a language component of various taught M.A. and M.Res degree programmes at SSEES.

University of Cambridge

At undergraduate level, modules available to all students taking a degree in Modern and Medieval Languages include Introduction to the Language, Literature and Culture of Ukraine (SL9), Studies in Twentieth Century Ukrainian Literature and Film (SL10) and The History and Culture of Early Rus (SL2).

Non-degree courses in Elementary, Intermediate and Advanced Ukrainian are also available, open to all members of the University.

For further information on Ukrainian studies at Cambridge visit the Cambridge Ukrainian Studies website.

University of Oxford

At postgraduate level, the M.St. and M.Phil. degrees in Slavonic Studies include optional modules relating to the Ukrainian language.

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