Starting Work as a Translator or Interpreter 6 June 2015 – University of Westminster

Saturday 6 June, 2015, 9am-4.30pm

University of Westminster, 4-12 Little Titchfield Street, London W1W 7BY

This one day event should answer questions on:

– The quality and skills you need to work as a translator or interpreter

– How to get organised and where to find help

– Breaking through ‘no experience = no work’ barrier

– Pricing and financial aspects of being a translator or interpreter


Wednesday 25 February 2015 – University of Manchester hosts Translation and Interpreting Careers Event


Wednesday 25 February 2015, 1- 5.30 pm, Roscoe Building

On 25 February 2015 from 1pm to 5.30pm, the University of Manchester will host a national careers event on behalf of the National Networks for Translation and Interpreting. A diverse employer panel will talk about the range of career options on offer in the professions and an alumni panel will share experiences and advice. We will also have a student panel who will give participants a feel for what it is really like to train as a translator, interpreter or subtitler. The panels will be followed by a chance to network and refuel before a choice of practical taster sessions with translation, interpreting and audiovisual translation lecturers.

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Postgraduate Open Day 6 February 2015 – University of Leeds, Centre for Translation Studies

The University of Leeds invites you on campus on Friday, 6 February 2015 to find out more about a range of taught and research opportunities Leeds has to offer, explore its excellent facilities and talk to academic staff about your subject interest. For those interested in translation, audiovisual translation and interpreting programmes, the Centre for Translation Studies organises three taster sessions on that day:

MA Conference Interpreting and Translation Studies: 1pm – 2pm

MA Applied Translation Studies: 2pm – 2.30pm

MA Audiovisual Translation Studies: 2.45pm – 3.15pm

All taster sessions will take place in the Parkinson Building, room 1.08

Participation is free but registration is recommended by sending an email (including your language combinations) to

We look forward to seeing you in February!

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