This course is open only to students registered for the Translation in Theory and Practice track.
Whether you aspire to a career as a researcher or work in the field as a translator, editor, terminology specialist or project manager, learning how to integrate real-world skills with theoretical knowledge is essential for your professional career. The Translation in Theory and Practice track allows you to choose between either a work placement or a research internship.
During a work placement you will gain hands-on experience in a professional environment to prepare you for a position as a language professional in the broadest sense of the word.
A research internship will provide you with the necessary skills and knowledge for a future career in translation/terminology research, for instance as a PhD student or in-house researcher.
Experience how your university training can be put into practice.
Introduce you to prospective employers.
Assist you in transitioning from university to a professional or academic work environment.
The timetable is available on the MA Linguistics website.
Mode of instruction
10 EC = 280 hours. This includes formulating learning objectives, and writing a final report.
The final assessment (100%) is determined by the final report in consultation with the work placement supervisor.
Blackboard will be used to:
Notify students of work placement openings;
Notify students of available research internships;
Post background materials.
Relevant materials will be posted on Blackboard.
Please contact the Career Service to arrange your workplacement. Before your workplacement can start, it first has to be approved by the Board of Examiners
Only students from the MA Linguistics: Translation in Theory and Practice can enrol.
Registration Studeren à la carte and Contractonderwijs
Please contact Student administration van Eyckhof