This course introduces you to the business and industry practice of translation and interpreting studies. As opportunities arise, the course provides you with authentic practicum opportunities that may include:
observing professional interpreters and translators at work;
visiting various settings where professional interpreters and translators are required;
participating in internship and/or mentoring programs;
performing simulated and/or real-life interpreting and translation practice under supervision;
attending interpreting translation conferences and seminars;
volunteering for different organisations requiring interpreters and translators;
developing teaching and learning resources for professional practice;
participating in research projects in interpreting and translation.
Through these rich practicum activities, you will acquire a unique set of valuable professional skills including project management skills, marketing and business skills, practical experience with translation and interpreting technologies (computer-aided translation tools, machine translation, subtitling, remote interpreting, phone interpreting, etc.).
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