interpreting and translation(Diplomacy) in Westminster University
Thread poster: seven7374

seven7374
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Feb 14, 2008

Dear all, I was admitted by the course of MA in interpreting and translation (Diplomacy) recently.

I am wondering if this program is worthy of studying by spending so much money. I know the other program of MA in Conference interpreting is a pretty tough and excellent program. How about this one, then?

Since this program is not awarded of EMCI certificate, what can I do if I really hope to work in EU?

Thank you all for providing me some advice!


 


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