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A master's degree is a postgraduate academic degree. One must already have an undergraduate degree to apply for a master's program. Most master's degree program would require students to complete a master's thesis or research paper.
Humanities and social sciences is the perfect area of study for students who are looking to learn a huge variety of skills which might prepare them for unparalleled freedom when it comes to choosing which industry they’d like to work in.
Malta is a small, island country in the Mediterranean Sea that lies south of the island of Sicily, Italy. Malta has promoted itself successfully as an entirely bi-lingual nation for Maltese and English. It counts for many educational institutes in the rest of the world as a country where English is the first language and they therefore will often even subsidize students to go there to learn it. The vast majority of Maltese citizens speak English to a very high standard.
The course aims at offering a theoretical and practical background based on the current global translation market demands. It offers a main core study program combined wi
Course title: Master in Translation and Terminology Studies
Course code: PMTTFTT
Postnominal: M.Trans. (Melit.)
Level of qualification: Second Cycle
National qualifications framework level: Level 7
Duration: 3 Semesters
Mode of attendance: Full-time
Total ECTS credits: 90
The course aims at offering a theoretical and practical background based on the current global translation market demands.
It offers a main core study program combined with a specialization stream. This enables students to develop solid foundations in translation studies in general, while at the same time having the opportunity to focus on one of the three specialization fields offered: audiovisual translation, literary translation and translation for specific purposes. Language combinations shall preferably encompass English, Maltese, Italian, Spanish, French, German, Arabic, and Chinese. In addition to the main compulsory study-units (40 ECTS credits), students are required to register for 20 ECTS credits from one of the following specializations:...