Translation MAUniversity of Surrey
You will build your language skills to become a professional translator or to work in other translation-related roles in the language industry.
More specifically, you will receive advanced training in translation-related competences, such as document preparation, information mining and using translation technologies (including machine translation). You will also study the nature of the language industry and learn how to navigate the professional/business, technological and theoretical aspects of translation.
You will practise specialised translation taught by professional translators, simulating real-life scenarios and covering different topics (for example: business, legal, scientific and technical translation). We offer Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), French, German, Greek, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish and Turkish paired with English at specialist level (languages subject to teaching availability and/or student demand).
Optional modules, such as an additional language paired with English, literary or audio-visual translation, corpora for translation or research methods, will allow you to customise your learning experience.
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Scholarships & funding
Several scholarship options are available. Please check the university website for more information.
- Tuition fee UK students: £7,900
- Tuition fee Overseas students: £17,400
- Tuition fee UK students: £4,000
- Tuition fee Overseas students: £8,700
Credits and ECTS Credits: 180 credits and 90 ECTS credits
- The programs combines the study of the major principles of, and scholarly approaches to, translation with opportunities for application and practice
- Enable students to perform relevant translation tasks in different contexts
- Enable students to reflect on their own practice, using scholarly and professional writing on relevant aspects of translation, transfer the acquired skills and knowledge to novel and unpredictable situations of translation
- Enable students to develop a broad understanding of current and future challenges of translation in different contexts
- Enable students to apply scholarly approaches to critically evaluate professional practice in the light of current and future requirements
- Instil in students the capacity for carrying out independent research in an area of translation
About this institute
University of Surrey
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