Masters Degree in Interpretation in Malta

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Interpretation

A Masters degree gives you the opportunity to either further your understanding of a particular question or take off in a completely different way using skills you have gained from your previous undergraduate degree.

The study of interpretation is seen as an interdisciplinary approach to understanding and assisting in communication between speakers of different languages. This can include both written or spoken language and is often taught with a combination of practice and theory.

Malta is a southern European country in the Mediterranean Sea 80 km south of Sicily and 333 km north of Libya. Malta covers just over 316 kmĀ², making it one of the world's smallest and most densely populated countries.

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Master in Translation and Terminology Studies

University of Malta
Campus Full time 3 semesters October 2018 Malta Valletta

The course aims at offering a theoretical and practical background based on the current global translation market demands. It offers a main core study program combined with a specialization stream. [+]

Master in Translation and Terminology Studies COURSE TITLE: Master in Translation and Terminology Studies COURSE CODE: PMTTFTT: PMTTFTT POSTNOMINAL: M.Trans. (Melit.) LEVEL OF QUALIFICATION: Second Cycle NATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS FRAMEWORK LEVEL: Level 7 DURATION: 3 Semesters MODE OF ATTENDANCE: Full-time TOTAL ECTS CREDITS: 90 COURSE OVERVIEW

The course aims at offering a theoretical and practical background based on the current global translation market demands.

It offers a main core study program combined with a specialization stream. This enables students to develop solid foundations in translation studies in general, while at the same time having the opportunity to focus on one of the three specialization fields offered: audiovisual translation, literary translation and translation for specific purposes. Language combinations shall preferably encompass English, Maltese, Italian, Spanish, French, German, Arabic, and Chinese. In addition to the main compulsory study-units (40 ECTS credits), students are required to register for 20 ECTS credits from one of the following specializations:... [-]