Research and Theories of Translation and Interpreting
6 Units of Credit6 UOC
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This course provides theoretical and research-driven foundations and principles that underpin the professional practice of translation and interpreting. You will develop a sound understanding of the main theories of translation and interpreting as well as ethical requirements as professional translators and interpreters. It also introduces you to contemporary interdisciplinary research on translation and interpreting from which you will develop an ability to apply the theories, principles and research findings to your practice, conduct independent enquiry and make informed choices in the process of translation and interpreting.
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