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Are you interested in learning how the English language works? How it may be analysed and how you learn languages?.
Translation, as a trade and an art, plays and important part in bringing nations together, and facilitating dialogue, understanding and co-operation.
This innovative programme - which offers specialist coaching in translation from Arabic, Chinese, Portuguese, French, Spanish or German - prepares you both for a professional career in the global language industry and for ongoing research.
This flexible distance learning degree enables students to start the course at any time in any place. The course will help students develop the analytical and language skills necessary for the teaching of English, as well as many other careers.
Alongside linguistics modules, students will learn about the legal and forensic contexts. You will explore how linguists have developed understandings and critiques of the language of the law and methods of analysis to provide evidence in a variety of legal contexts.
Are you interested in the relationship between language and society?. Do you want to learn more about how vocabulary works and the difference between spoken and written language? .
The programme is designed to improve your translation skills, introduce you to a range of translation technologies and familiarise you with the professional contexts in which translators work.