Masterstudium Translation – Universität Wien, Zentrum für Translationswissenschaft, Vienna, Austria

Four pathways: specialised translation and the language industry; translation in literature, media and the arts; dialogue interpreting; and conference interpreting

Language combinations: German and Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian, Chinese, Czech, English, French, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish

In the specialised translation and the language industry pathway, students learn about translation methods, processes and tools. They also study resource management, terminology and localisation. In translation in literature, media and the arts, the focus is on the challenges of translating creative texts. Consecutive interpreting and simultaneous interpreting are taught in both the dialogue and conference interpreting pathways.

Duration: two years (full-time)

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