New EÜK Stipends for 2005
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The European Translators' College has announced several new stipends for a 4-week research stay in Straelen in 2005.

For more about this institution, please read the related proz.com introductory thread.

1. Working residencies for professional literary translators from EU Member States and Associated States. Deadline for applications, 31 January 2005. Stipend of € 1,050.

2. Grant to support translators starting their literary translation career. Stipend of € 525, for 4-week working residencies between January and December 2005. Applications may be sent in as of this writing.

3. Grants for 4-week working residencies for literary translators 2005. Stipend of € 1,022. Applications may be sent in as of this writing.

The intervention of the publisher (signed contract) is required. Please check the EÜK website for details.

Other News

The North Rhine Westphalia Arts Foundation Award for 2005 (in the amount of € 25,000) shall go to a literary translator from Denmark, Finland, Norway or Sweden. Applications are open up to the 1st November. The jury's decision will be announced in March 2005.


 


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