Japanese interpreting and translation postgraduate programs

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Do you have an aptitude for spoken and written Japanese? UQ offers four postgraduate programs that will help you sharpen your skills in interpreting and translation and enhance your career options.

This part-time, one-year program is for those who have an approved degree in any discipline. It offers a solid grounding in consecutive interpreting for students wishing to specialise in liaison interpreting, rather than conference interpreting.
This part-time, one-year program is for those who have an approved degree in any discipline. It offers a solid grounding in translation for students wishing to specialise in translation rather than interpreting. Students study translation into their native language only.
This one-year program will suit those with an approved degree in any discipline. It offers a solid grounding in translation and consecutive interpreting. Students study translation into their native language (English or Japanese) only.
This two-year program will suit those who have completed an approved degree in any discipline or completed the Graduate Certificate in both Arts in Japanese Interpreting and Arts in Japanese Translation or the Graduate Diploma.

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