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2010 Course Handbook

Master of Translating and Interpreting with the degree of Master of International Relations

Abbreviation: MTransInter MIR


There are strong links between the programs in international relations and translation and interpreting, both pedagogical and in terms of job opportunities. International organisations, a major focus of international relations study, are a major employer of graduates in translation and interpretation. The double degree in Master of Translating and Interpreting/ Master of International Relations allows graduates to acquire skills and knowledge in both areas, making them highly employable.

General Requirements

  1. Minimum number of credit points: 56
  2. and completion of other specific requirements as set out in the Schedule of Postgraduate Programs