Have you ever considered a career in which you can apply your skills in modern languages? Would you like to know more about working in translation, interpreting and related areas? Meet graduates of the MA courses and have a go in Arabic, Chinese or Russian in either translation or interpreting.
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CAREERS IN LANGUAGES DAY
SATURDAY 26 JANUARY 2013
HAVE YOU EVER CONSIDERED A CAREER IN WHICH YOU CAN APPLY YOUR SKILLS IN MODERN LANGUAGES? WOULD YOU LIKE TO KNOW MORE ABOUT WORKING IN TRANSLATION, INTERPRETING AND RELATED AREAS?
If so, do come to the Careers in Languages Day at our Regent campus, just two minutes’ walk from Oxford Circus. You will be able to hear short talks by people who work as translators, interpret in Paris or Geneva, subtitle the latest DVDs, manage big translation projects, or revise and edit translations for publication worldwide. The presenters, all graduates of the MA courses in translation or interpreting at the University of Westminster, will be happy to answer your questions.
Graduates with languages are in great demand, so this is the ideal chance to find out how your interest in languages can start you off on a really exciting career path.
The Careers in Languages Day promises to be even more stimulating this year: we are offering you the chance to attend a taster session in a new language (Arabic, Chinese or Russian), followed by a short class in either translation or interpreting.
VENUE: University of Westminster 309 Regent Street W1B 2UW
DATE: Saturday 26 January 2013 10am – 5pm
REGISTRATION: To register for your free place, please email us at [email protected]
For further information on our courses visit westminster.ac.uk
Organised by the University of Westminster, with the support of the Chartered Institute of Linguists, as part of the programme for the National Networks for Translation and for Interpreting routesintolanguages.ac.uk
This event is free of charge.
Bookings by Teachers for Key Stage 5 (Students aged 16-18)
Individuals (Enquiry not required to be through a school)
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