We offer a selection of modules and a BA in Modern Languages with Translation for students at undergraduate level.
At undergraduate level, modules on translation, interpreting and comparative cultural studies may be selected by students taking a modern language as part of their degree. Alternatively, on the BA in Modern Languages with Translation
, students may study 1 or 2 languages in addition to core modules in translation and interpreting.
Postgraduate and Research degrees
We offer a range of postgraduate courses designed for future professional translators and interpreters as well as researchers.
We are also able to offer PhD Translation Studies in a variety of areas and languages including: French, German, Spanish, Russian and Chinese, but we also cater for translation from/into Portuguese and Dutch, and supervision of projects involving Serbian, Croatian, Italian, and Polish are possible.
The PhD in Comparative Literature offers students the opportunity to research, in comparative perspective, in the original language or in translation, as appropriate, a range of national and regional literatures from around the world written in European languages taught in the School.
Find a supervisor
We welcome enquiries from academics wishing to apply for postdoctoral study in the Centre.
The principal funding opportunities for such study are through Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships, Marie Curie Individual Fellowships, and the CAS Post-doctoral bursary competition. We are very happy to support high-quality applications to these schemes, and interested academics should contact Dr Maike Oergel
with expressions of interest in the first instance. For further details on the schemes, please click on the links below:
Marie Curie Individual Fellowships
Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships
CAS Post-doctoral Bursaries