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Chinese-English Translation - MA

University of Bristol Faculty of Arts

Full time & Part time September MA 1 year part-time; 2 years part-time

About the course

Our Chinese-English Translation MA programme will increase your understanding of the field of translation and interpreting. You will explore how practical translation is informed by theory, develop your verbal and written communication skills, and build your IT literacy to help you produce translation of the highest quality. Students graduate from the programme equipped with specialist skills in interpreting and localisation, as well as transferable skills such as analytical thinking, research and collaboration, which are essential to today's increasingly global market.

Students coming to the UK from overseas not only learn advanced translation skills from and into Chinese, but also develop their English language competency and their knowledge of UK and international culture. The programme

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Entry Requirements

For non-native Chinese speakers, an upper second-class honours degree (or international equivalent) in Chinese Studies, or equivalent. Applicants will be required to do a translation test and Skype interview as part of the application process.

For native Chinese speakers, an upper second-class degree in any subject is required.

Non-traditional qualifications/routes may also be considered.

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Xueqiong Wu

Most my British friends told me that southern cities are way nicer than northern ones. And Bristol seems to be an interesting city, not touristy famous but has everything and a lot going on. And UoB ranks the best in the world's university ranking among all the universities I applied.

The city is not a typical tourist destination, so it's not really commercial and filled with tourists. It is quieter in a sense but also very dynamic. It has a tremendous amount of fun things going on every day. It is also very artistically hippie with all the street arts and famous Banksy and the accommodation is cheap and convenient.

The atmosphere on my course is of a friendly and hard-working environment with high-quality facilities. The BISC trips and lunch gatherings are fun and I met friends from all over the world.

I just love Bristol too much that I don't want to leave. In a word, it is a great city to go to Uni, it’s vibrant and elegant at the same time.

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