LINGUIST List 31.1670
Mon May 18 2020
FYI: Double Degree Master in Translation and Cultural Mediation, Heidelberg University - University of Salamanca
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The Master's Degree in Translation and Cultural Mediation is a two-year, double-degree international master's degree offered by Heidelberg University (Germany) and the University of Salamanca (Spain), funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).
The program is offered to graduates in Translation, Linguistics, Literature, Cultural Studies or related disciplines with excellent knowledge of German, Spanish and English who wish to enhance the international and intercultural profile of their academic formation.
After completing the Master's degree, students receive the degrees of both universities:
- M.A. Übersetzungswissenschaft (Heidelberg University)
- Máster Universitario en Traducción y Mediación Intercultural (University of Salamanca)
The two-year master's program is structured as follows:
- First and second term: University of Salamanca
- Third and fourth term: University of Heidelberg
The areas of specialization of the double master's degree are linguistics, specialized and intercultural communication and specialized translation (legal, scientific-technical and publishing translation). The curriculum includes internships in Spain and Germany. The Master's thesis is supervised by professors from Heidelberg University and the University of Salamanca.
University of Salamanca
Dr. Daniel Linder
Linguistic Field(s): Translation
Subject Language(s): Spanish (spa)
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