Master of Arts in Technology for Translation and Interpreting

The European Master’s in Technology for Translation and Interpreting (EM-TTI) addresses the need for a new generation of translators and interpreters through a programme of outstanding academic quality. Students study one year at Ghent University and one year at one of the partner universities. EM-TTI will produce specialists in translation and interpreting who are up-to-date with the latest digital applications which support their daily work, as well as future developers of such applications.

Master's Programme
2 year 120 credits
Faculty of Arts and Philosophy
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After graduation

Application Deadline (for International degree students)

Scholarship application deadline: 15th February 2021

Self-funded application deadline: 1st July 2021

Enrolment

Applications need to be submitted via the University of Wolverhampton application portal.

More information is to be found on: https://em-tti.eu/how-to-apply/application-portal/
The coordinating institution will check that the applications meet all mandatory entry requirements and forward all eligible applications to the consortium’s Management Board and Selection Board.

The Selection Board - which consists of the coordinator, two representatives from each of the core partners and three associate partner representatives - will review eligible student applications and the corresponding documentation before the end of March.

Enrolling institution(s)

  • New Bulgarian University
  • University of Wolverhampton
  • University of Malaga
  • Ghent University

Organising institutions

This course is jointly organised by:
  • Ghent University
    Sint-Pietersnieuwstraat 25
    9000 Gent (Belgium)
  • University of Malaga
    Avda. Cervantes 2
    29071 Malaga (Spain)
  • New Bulgarian University
    Montevideo Street 21
    1618 Sofia (Bulgaria)
  • University of Wolverhampton
    Wulfruna Street -
    WV1 1LY Wolverhampton (United Kingdom)