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Published: 12 March 2020

Centre for Translation Studies offers PhD studentships

The Centre for Translation Studies at the University of Surrey is offering PhD studentships on selected topics.

The Centre for Translation Studies (CTS) makes a substantial contribution to postgraduate research activity at the University of Surrey by offering a socially relevant, technology-focused programme of doctoral studies. CTS has recently expanded its team of staff and is now developing an ambitious research project with a focus on the convergence of human and automated approaches to translation and interpreting. As part of this project, we are currently advertising a series of PhD studentships on selected topics. The deadline for applications is 22 April 2020 and more information on each studentship topic can be found in the links below:

Collaborative translation and digital platform economy

Translation technologies for media access

Machine-assisted translation

Distance interpreting

In addition to the above, the CTS doctoral programme recruits quarterly every year through a standard route of admissions. For this route, self-funded applicants can submit their application packs on topics of their choice in good time, so that they can officially register in early October, January, April or July.

All applications (for studentship topics and standard route) are submitted through our “PhD in Translation and Interpreting Studies” portal.

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