MA Legal Translation - initial details now available
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German to English
Jan 21, 2007

(cross-posted from finanztrans)

City University in London has now released initial details of the MA Legal Translation course (two-year, part-time) starting in September 2007. The course can also be taken as a postgrad diploma course, i.e. without the dissertation, and modules can also be taken individually (no accreditation).

The modules are:

Principles and Practice of Legal Translation
Terminology and Translation of Contracts
Translation for Litigation
Terminology and Translation of Property Documents
Company and Commercial: Legal Principles and Translation 1
Company and Commercial: Legal Principles and Translation 2
Financial Legal Translation
EU: Legal Principles and Translation
Dissertation (for MA students only)

General information and details of fees are at:

http://www.city.ac.uk/languages/courses/legal_translation.html

then follow the links at the bottom of the page for more information. More detailed information and application forms should be available within the next couple of months or so.


 


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