Clearing 2021
MA Public Opinion and Political Behaviour
Integrated Master in Modern Languages: European Languages and Translation options

Final Year, Component 05

Translation Portfolio II option
LA812-7-SP
Translation Portfolio II (French)
(15 CREDITS)

Do you want to be a professional translator? Undertake translation assignments and tasks that develop your ability to translate between English and French. Build your practical understanding of preparing for translation and develop techniques that will aid your future translation work.

LA822-7-SP
Translation Portfolio II (German)
(15 CREDITS)

Do you want to be a professional translator? Undertake translation assignments and tasks that develop your ability to translate between English and German. Build your practical understanding of preparing for translation and develop techniques that will aid your future translation work.

LA832-7-SP
Translation Portfolio II (Portuguese)
(15 CREDITS)

Do you want to be a professional translator? Undertake translation of a variety of texts to develop your ability to translate between English and Portuguese. Build your practical understanding of preparing for translation and develop techniques that will aid your future translation work.

LA842-7-SP
Translation Portfolio II (Spanish)
(15 CREDITS)

Do you want to be a professional translator? Undertake translation of a variety of texts to develop your ability to translate between English and Spanish. Build your practical understanding of preparing for translation and develop techniques that will aid your future translation work.

LA862-7-SP
Translation Portfolio II (Italian)
(15 CREDITS)

Do you want to be a professional translator? Undertake translation of a variety of texts to develop your ability to translate between English and Italian. Build your practical understanding of preparing for translation and develop techniques that will aid your future translation work.

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