Finding a degree
Thread poster: Back to basics

Back to basics
Brazil
Local time: 16:55
Member (2012)
English to Dutch
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Jul 15, 2012

Hello everybody,

first of all, I am not sure whether I posted this topic in the correct place. Please feel free to (suggest to) move it

I have a friend who came to me with the following question. She has finished a language degree (French and Spanish) and is actually quite good at it (at least the French part I can personally vouch for, as I am fluent in it). She has been working for a translation agency for quite a while now and would like to continue on the same road and get a translation related degree. She lives in London and has been looking around to find a Master´s degree and...they are expensive. Also, as she is working, there is the time issue.

I live in London at the moment, but am not originally from here and discovered that I actually do not know a lot about UK degree and post-graduate possibilities.

Hence, my question to you is: Does anyone know of a translation related course that would/could be interesting for the person in question, possibly even by distance learning?

Thanks in advance for your input!


 


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