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The Master’s Degree in Specialised Translation is an interuniversity programme coordinated by the University of Vic - Central University of Catalonia (UVic-UCC), with the participation of Nebrija University (Madrid) and San Jorge University (Zaragoza). It is an updated version of the UVic-UCC Master’s Degree in Specialised Translation offered from 2007 to 2013, and aims to prepare professionals and academic researchers for the most active areas in the translation field. The programme offers specialisation in the following areas:
To fulfil the requirements for the Master’s Degree in Specialised Translation, students must take 60 credits: 18 credits in compulsory subjects, 12 credits corresponding to a Final Project, and 30 credits in optional subjects. Students may configure optional subjects in two ways:
The Master’s Degree in Specialised Translation is designed to meet the growing need for skilled language mediators. In response to the current demands by both society and professional networks, the programme prepares competent mediators working in ICT environments that are multicultural, multilingual, multimodal and multitasking.
The Master’s Degree in Specialised Translation is suitable for students from various higher educational backgrounds:
For students who wish to pursue an academic career, the Master’s Degree in Specialised Translation covers current approaches in translation research, paving the way for subsequent advanced research and earning a PhD degree through doctoral programmes such as those in Translation, Gender and Cultural Studies, or in Innovation and Intervention in Education, offered by the University of Vic - Central University of Catalonia.
At the professional level, the Master’s Degree in Specialised Translation provides students with the knowledge and skills that will ensure their success in the fast-growing translation sector.