MA in translation into Italian
Thread poster: Alessandra Armenise

Alessandra Armenise  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 02:29
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English to Italian
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Sep 21, 2016

Hello all,
I've been reading with interest the posts regarding the choice between attempting the DipTrans or going for an MA in translation.
I was particularly interested in the Unversity of Bristol MA, however, I've just discovered they only teach translation from other languages into English.
The pairs I'm interested in are FR>IT, EN>IT and PT>IT and I am based in London.
Do you have any pieces of advice on a good distance learning MA where I could study at least one of these pairs?

Thanks a lot!


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Francesca Ventura
United Kingdom
Local time: 02:29
English to Italian
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University of Birmingham Sep 5

Hi! I have just finished my MA in Translation at the University of Birmingham translating English > Italian. I did it on campus but I'm fairly sure they also offer the distance learning option! Have a look here: http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/postgraduate/courses/distance/lang/translation-studies.aspx

good luck!

Francesca


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