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Program Name:

Centre for Translation Studies
Program Homepage: www.city.ac.uk/translation
Institution: City University London
Address: City University London
Northampton Square
City: London
Zip/Postal Code: EC1V 0HB
Country: United Kingdom
Contact Person: Karen Seago , Ms
Email:

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Phone: +44 (0)20 7040 5060
Linguistic Subfield(s): Translation
Program Size: Medium (11-25 students)
Program Description: City University London has been offering courses for translation professionals since 1990, with a focus on translation for the legal, finance and media industries.

Courses are designed to fit around students’ needs, combining distance learning with face-to-face teaching, evening lectures and seminars. We also offer a range of courses for continuing professional development (CPD).

Courses include:

• Legal Translation MA
• Audiovisual Translation MA
• Principles and Practice of Translation PG Cert
• Chartered Institute of Linguists’ Diploma in Translation examination preparatory course

Short courses in legal translation, A/V translation, financial terminology, subtitling, audio description, and more - ideal for professional translators looking to enhance or expand their skills.

For more information, visit our website at www.city.ac.uk/translation or email translation@city.ac.uk.
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