Avrupa Komisyonu (60 Avrupa Üniversitesi) ‘European Master’s in Translation’ listesi hazırladı (english)
60 universities receive ‘European Master’s in Translation’ Label
The European Commission has announced the list of universities selected for its ‘European Master’s in Translation’ (EMT) Label.
More than 60 institutions in 21 Member States will receive the Label, which recognises the best Master’s degree courses for translators. The main goal of the EMT is to improve translator training and to attract top quality translators to the European institutions. Universities receiving the Commission’s seal of approval are entitled to join the EMT network for the next five years and receive funding for lecturers to attend its annual conference and seminars.
“The European Master’s in Translation is the reference for quality in translator training,” commented Androulla Vassiliou, the European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth. “It acts as a hub for good practice and cooperation with universities and the language industry. High-quality training in higher education is the basis for the translation services provided by the European institutions.” The EMT promotes the exchange of best practices between universities, enhanced teaching standards, a curriculum that takes account of market needs to improve employability of graduates and the creation of a truly European job market for skilled translators