MA/PgDip Translating for International Business
- Part-time study available
- Industrial Placement
- International students can apply
- Work placement opportunity
- Duration :
MA (one year full-time or three years part-time)
PgDip (nine months full-time or two years part-time)
3 good reasons to study Translating for International Business at Salford:
- Emphasis on practical training with training in professional skills
- Staff with professional and research expertise – many are practicing translators
- Opportunities for short professional placements during the course
The MA course at Salford taught me a lot about how to approach a translation task and gave me plenty of practice and feedback, which meant that I was confident enough to start working as a full-time translator as soon as I finished the course.Ros Mendy (née Woolner), MA
This course aims to develop the techniques and core skills required to be a professional translator alongside a knowledge of the international business environment and operations. This combination is particularly suitable for graduate-level linguists for whom a career in either translation or international business might be attractive.
Your core modules include specialised translation into and out of English in one of the following languages: Arabic, Mandarin Chinese, French, German, and Spanish. Or into English from two of the above languages.
In addition to core and elective modules you will also attend keynote lectures and seminars on specialised translation and business practice delivered by invited professionals in the field.
Topics and documents relate to fields covered in professional translation, such as economics, transport, telecommunications, medicine and international organisations.