2nd Cycle Degree/2 year Master in Interpreting

Degree programme

Programme type 2nd Cycle Degree/2 year Master
Academic Year 2018/2019
Code 8060
Degree Programme Class LM-94 - Interpreting and specialized translating
Years in which the programme is being held

I, II

Type of access Restricted access
Place of teaching Forlì
Degree Programme Director Mariachiara Russo
Language Italian

Programme profile

Specific learning outcomes

The post-graduate Master's degree programme inInterpreting aims to train professional interpreters skilled in handlinginter-linguistic/intercultural oral communication in the fields of: politicsand institutions, economics and law, science and technology. Such skills willbe applicable in Italian and international institutions, and in the freelancemarket.

More specifically, graduates in Interpreting willpossess the following skills and competencies:

- a high level of competence in conference interpretingin a wide variety of advanced settings (business, social, academic, etc.),involving both verbal and media-assisted communication; using conventionallanguages and, in some cases, the sign language. As well as interpreting,students will also be called upon to write and adapt interlinguistic andintercultural texts to a professional level;

- a high degree ofcultural and linguistic expertise in the two languages studied as applied totexts and discourse;

- in-depth knowledge ofspecialist vocabulary and its semantic contexts;

- a thorough grounding in the theory and techniques ofsingle-speaker and multiple-speaker interpretation;

- the ability to use thestandard technological and communication tools of the interpreting profession,as well as online/offline research tools in order to compile linguisticcorpora, glossaries and terminologicaldatabases;

- the ability to use moregeneral digital and non-digital research tools;

- the ability to devise,manage and monitor joint interpreting projects where a group of people pooltogether their linguistic and operative expertise;

- the capacity for critical thought and self-criticalreflection and an awareness of current professional codes of conduct.

In line with these goals, the Master's degree programmeincludes: in-depth study of the principles of interpreting; exercises toperfect the command of Italian and the other languages chosen for study;exercises to help acquire the various techniques of interpretation; activitiesto learn how to make stylistic choices and discourse analysis in its variousmodes; exercises to practise research techniques.


More information

A Moodle platform is used internally for exchanging texts, teaching materials and exercises as well asfor communication between students and lecturers, in e-learning mode.

Link: http://moodle.sslmit.unibo.it/login/index.php

In addition, Facebook andYouTube channels of the Department in Interpreting and Translation contribute to promoting all activities and initiatives.



Expected learning outcomes

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Access to further study

This degree gives access to third level degree courses (Doctoral studies and Specialization Schools) and to second level Master courses.


Career opportunities

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