Translation Studies

MSc in Translation Studies

This taught Masters programme enhances practical skills in translation and provides an intellectual and philosophical perspective on the activity of translation.

About

This programme, organised by the Graduate School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures, can be taken as either a 12-month full-time programme or a 24-month part-time programme.

Aims and outcomes

Aims and outcomes
The programme enhances your practical skills in translation and provides you with an intellectual and philosophical perspective on the activity of translation.

Programme structure

Programme structure
The programme comprises a core course on Translation Studies in semester one, a core course on discipline-specific research methods and problems in semester two, two courses on practical translation running over two semesters and a provision of options available within the School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures.

Fees and funding

Fees and Funding
Information on fees and funding for Home/EU and International students.

Entry requirements and apply online

Application form
How you can apply for this MSc programme.

Resources

There are a variety of resources available, both within the University and the wider Edinburgh community.

Resources

Languages offered

A wide variety of languages are currently available for the practical translation components of our MSc in Translation Studies.

Languages offered

Programme handbooks

Alumni profiles

Both the MSc and the PhD students in the Translation Studies Graduate Programme come from a variety of linguistic, educational and personal backgrounds.

Alumni profiles

Contact us

How to get in touch with us if you have any queries.

Contact us

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