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Course Description

The Lancaster University MA in Translation is a qualification that will facilitate your entry into the translating profession. It is also suitable for practising translators who do not have, but wish to gain, formal qualifications.

We combine language-specific practice in either one or two languages in addition to English. Students may specialise in translation between German-English; English-German; French-English; English-French; Spanish-English; English-Spanish; Chinese-English; English-Chinese.

The MA enables you to build effective translation strategies, understand theories and methodologies of translation, and develop advanced research skills specific to Modern Languages.

• Translation Project
• Research Skills for Modern Linguists
• Academic and Practical Methods in Translation
• Translating in a Professional Context
• Introduction to Liaison Interpreting
• Independent Study Unit
• Bilingualism
• Sociolinguistics
• Introduction to Discourse Studies
• Stylistics

Visit the Translation page on the Lancaster University website for more details!

Entry Requirements

Usually a good first degree in languages (upper second class or above) and a viable research proposal

Course Fees

£7,250 per year (UK/EU), £15,500 per year (Overseas)

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