New York University Court Interpreting Certificate
Thread poster: Kim Metzger

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Mexico
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German to English
Mar 29, 2004

Dear forum members, here's some information on the NYU Certificate in Court Interpreting that might be of interest. You can read about the whole translation/interpreting certificate program here: http://www.proz.com/topic/19824

The Certificate in Court Interpreting follows the same six-course format. It is offered in English Spanish only. Students must take a ½ hour telephone interview as the entrance exam (cost is US $10, payable by certified check or postal money order only). IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THIS EXAM, YOU MUST CALL 212-998-7028 TO SET UP A TIME AND OBTAIN PERTINENT INFORMATION.

Once students pass the entrance exam, they must take Fundamentals of Court Interpreting. Upon passing this course with a grade of B or better, students must complete Simultaneous I, Simultaneous II, Consecutive Interpreting, Court Procedures, and Translation for Interpreters. At the time of this writing, Interpreting courses are priced at $870 each. Please note that Fundamental of Court Interpreting is priced at $1,065.


[Edited at 2004-03-29 00:43]


 


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