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MA in Applied Translation Studies – London Metropolitan University
Thread poster: Delminda
Delminda
English to Portuguese
Jan 15, 2009

Hello
I am thinking of applying to do the MA in Applied Translation Studies at London Metropolitan University, UK. http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/pgprospectus/courses/applied-translation-studies.cfm
I would like to hear from others who did this MA.
What was the course like? How difficult was it? Have you done it full-time or part-time? I am wondering about the work load. I don’t know if I will still be able to carry on working as a translator if I do it full time.
Was it worth doing it?

I would really appreciate if anyone who has done the MA in Applied Translation Studies at London Metropolitan University could share their experience.

Thank you!


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