Concordia University

Traduction (Translation) (BA)

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Program Information

School:Concordia University
Degree:Bachelor; Co-op
Field of Study:Language Interpretation and Translation
Description:The more interconnected the world becomes, the more it needs translators: people with quick, inquisitive minds and intercultural expertise that enables them to work in diverse situations. To become a translator, you must start with an excellent knowledge of French and English. We’ll help you master your primary language and establish a thorough command of your second language. Then, you choose from one of two streams: if your primary language is English, you learn to translate from French to English. If your primary language is French, you translate from English to French. In addition to translation courses, you take language and literature courses to sharpen your language skills and acquire a high level of proficiency in reading and writing. Our program is officially recognized by the Canadian Association of Schools of Translation and is accredited by l'Ordre des traducteurs, terminologues et interprètes agréés du Québec (OTTIAQ). The Co-op program allows you see the changing needs and demands within our profession first-hand. You complete paid work terms dedicated to translation and related tasks, including editing, terminology, and research, all of which provide you with valuable practical experience. An entrance test and an interview are required in order to be admitted to the Co-op program.
URL:Traduction (Translation) (BA) at Concordia University
Length:3 Year(s)
Cost per year:*
Provincial: $2,328
National: $7,228
Scholarships:1
Careers:InterpretersTranslators

* The entrance grade may change from year to year. Please contact the school for further information.

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Modified on July 27, 2017