Study BURSARY from the Directorate General for Interpretation
Thread poster: Cécile Lambert

Cécile Lambert
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Italian to French
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May 26, 2006

Hello,
You may be eligible for a study bursary from the Directorate General for Interpretation if you are a national of an EU Member State or of one of the accession countries to the EU (Bulgaria and Romania) or candidate countries (Croatia and Turkey); you already have a university degree (in any subject except conference interpreting) or equivalent qualification, or are in the final year of a course leading to a university degree or equivalent qualification and you have one of the language combinations stated in the programme you may apply for the study bursary granted by the Directorate General for Interpretation.

I thought it might interest someone. You will find all the necessary information here: http://ec.europa.eu/comm/scic/interpreter/sbursaries_en.htm
The deadline to apply is: 16 july 2006.
Best wishes,

Cécile


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