FYI... (from the Linguist list)

Don Osborn

Date: Mon, 21 Jun 2004 03:24:16 -0400 (EDT)
From: ilse depraetere <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Subject: New MA Course in Computer-Assisted Translation


Beginning October 2004, the LEA department (Langues Étrangères Appliquées) at
the Université Charles-de-Gaulle Lille III will be offering a Master in
computer-assisted translation, a Master en Traduction Spécialisée Multilingue:
technologies et gestion de prôjets.

The two-year Master programme is intended for students who are proficient in
French and two other languages. The applicants should have a BA in Applied
Languages or a similar degree.

The Master is a two-year course which trains students to become translators,
with an emphasis on computer-assisted translation (target language French). The
course also offers an extensive module on project management.  The seminars
(especially those in the second year) are taught by professional translators
and project managers, and the students are required to do a two-month
internship in the first year and a five-month internship in the second.

The MA programme takes two years, but students can also register for the second
year, in which case they have to submit an application. The application forms
can be obtained from:

U.F.R. des L.E.A.
Mme Garrido
14, place Bodart Timal
B.P. 447
59058 ROUBAIX Cedex 1
(33) 03 20 89 63 89

For details about the programme and the LEA department please visit:

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