PG Translation Exchange Opportunity with the University Paris VII Denis Diderot

1 May 2014

University Paris VII Denis Diderot is a UNSW partner University. UNSW students in the French stream of the MA in I & T Studies can go on a 6-month exchange at Paris VII with tuition fees covered by the tuition paid at UNSW. Academic credit is transferred back to the student's home institution (UNSW).

It is recommended that UNSW students apply for the September semester at Paris VII Denis Diderot (French Semester 1) and return to UNSW to complete their accreditation courses in the final semester of their studies.

Who is eligible?

UNSW students in the French stream in the Master of Translation and Master of Interpreting and Translation. Students who are likely to benefit most are the non-native speakers of French studying translation.

When can I go?

UNSW students can go on exchange during the French Semester 1 (September-February). If you are a Master of Translation Studies student you should go on exchange in the second semester of your UNSW program and return to UNSW to complete your Accreditation in translation at the UNSW in your final semester.

If you are a Master of Interpreting and Translation student you should go on exchange in the Paris-VII September-February semester in the second or third semester of your UNSW program and return to UNSW to complete your Accreditation in translation and interpreting during the final semester of your program at UNSW

Which courses can I take at Paris VII?

Paris VII Semester One

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Where to go to apply

Initial contact: contact A/Prof Ludmila Stern l.stern@unsw.edu.au 

For UNSW students who wish to go on exchange to Paris-VII please contact

Suzan Dankha, Student Exchange Advisor for Europe (until June)

email: advisor4europe@unsw.edu.au  Phone: 9385 5339.

For Paris VII students who wish to go on exchange to UNSW contact

Catherine Schedlich, Advisor for Global Education

Email: advisor4globaled@unsw.edu.au  Phone: 9385 5100

Link to Paris VII Denis Diderot

Link to the Master in Applied Languages (Master ‘Language Appliquées or M1)