Call for self-funded applications for start date September 2019

We invite applications for the new European Mundus Masters programme in Technology for Translation and Interpreting (EM TTI) with a start date of September 2019.

The invitation is open for both European and non-European students. [The scholarship application deadline has now closed]

Information about required documents and link to the application portal can be found on the How to apply page.

Deadlines for self-funding candidates

15 June 2019 for self-funding candidates

Key information about this programme

  • The first ever Master’s programme in Technology in Translation and Interpreting in the world, delivered by leading experts in Translation and Interpreting Technology
  • The programme is specially designed for future translators and interpreters who would like to learn about the latest technology to support their work, as well as for future developers of translation and interpreting tools
  • The programme has a strong industrial and user emphasis, and is underpinned by the latest research in the field
  • The programme will provide a sound intellectual platform for graduates to progress onto doctorate level study and a career in the fields of Translation and Interpreting
  • 2-year Master’s programme (120 ECTS) with mobility in 2 universities
  • Students are awarded a double degree at the end of 2 years
  • You will spend your first year at one of the partner universities and your second year at a different institution. You will be able to choose any two universities from the strong consortium of the University of Wolverhampton, UK (the co-ordinator); University of Malaga, Spain; and New Bulgarian University, Bulgaria.
  • You will benefit greatly from two 1-month placements at associated partners all across the globe, one each year, with at least one of the placement being at a company.

Language of instruction

  • English is the main language of instruction, but given the nature of the programme, knowledge of at least one additional language taught at the universities is required. For a full list of eligible foreign languages, please see our entry requirements.

Funding alternatives

You may wish to consider alternative funding opportunities in order to secure your place on the EM TTI programme as a self-funding student. For instance, many students are able to secure either full or partial scholarships from their home government or other non-governmental sponsors (e.g. companies, banks, etc).

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