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Translation, Media and Modern Languages (Double Honours) BA (Hons)

University of East Anglia (UEA)

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**About This Course**Break down barriers of language and culture with a combination of advanced language studies and training in translation and media.This distinctive and flexible course reflects the global need for skilled language and media professionals. You’ll study your chosen language to degree level, as well as choosing from a range of specialist modules in culture, society, translation and media. You’ll explore the theory and technique of translating, and questions of style and register in a range of specialised areas, media and genres. You’ll also explore questions of policy, ethics and power in the translation industry and have the chance to gain exposure to how professional translators work through a translation work experience module.During your year abroad you’ll deepen your experience of the language and culture by studying at a local university, taking up a teaching assistantship or going on a suitable work placement. Students of Japanese will study at a partner university in Japan.You’ll discover new perspectives by exploring media, intercultural communication, translation and other applied language study which will help you be effective in the communication networks of today’s globalised world.**Overview**This course combines degree level learning of French, Spanish or Japanese language with the study of translation issues and media in today’s fast-changing world.In translation competence modules you’ll cover the theory and technique of translating, and questions of style and register in a range of specialised areas. In the translation issues modules, which deal with issues associated with globalisation, you’ll be looking at various translation types. These include the transposition of text between languages, media and genres. You’ll also have the opportunity to experience professional translation first hand on an optional work placement module.**Disclaimer**Course details are subject to change. You should always confirm the details on the provider's website: **www.uea.ac.uk**

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including French, Spanish or Japanese.

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£9,250 per year

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The University of East Anglia (UEA) is an internationally renowned, campus-based university situated in beautiful parkland on the outskirts of the vibrant city of Norwich. UEA ranks highly in national league tables, consistently in (or just outside) the top 20 UK universities in the Complete University Guide 2016–2020. A pioneering British university, it leads the way in fields as diverse as climate change, health sciences, creative writing and more.


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