MA in Translation Theory and Practice
The UCL Centre for Intercultural Studies runs a Master of Arts (MA) programme in Translation Theory and Practice and oversees research (MPhil, PhD) in translation studies.
The MA in Translation Theory and Practice allows for various pathways and can include practical translation work involving particular language combinations, courses in electronic communication and translation technology, and more theoretical translation studies. The dissertation can consist of an actual translation from or into English, or of a study of existing translations. The programme can be taken full-time over one year or part-time over two years.
Research in translation studies can, in principle, deal with any aspect of translation. Projects addressing theoretical, historical or literary issues are preferred. Research students can enrol on a full-time or a part-time basis. Non-residential registration is possible in certain cases. Both generic and specialised research training is available.
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