This advanced interpreting course prepares you for interpreting in international settings, including tourism, hospitality, and cultural fields, international relations and politics, media, business and sport. Building on your skills acquired during the introductory interpreting courses, you will enhance your consecutive and whispered simultaneous (chuchotage) interpreting skills, and will be prepared to interpret in complex events required in the media (e.g., interviews, Q & A) and during government and other international negotiations (e.g., official statements, round-table talks).
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