As the demand for professional translation and related services grows in our ever more interconnected world, universities are coming under pressure from different quarters to respond effectively. In this seminar, I shall outline a systematic approach to curricular design to take into account not only the requirements of the language service industry and the market, but also those of other essential stakeholders, in an attempt to offer a roadmap for localized and contextualized curricular design. In the initial presentation, the various steps necessary and the different constraints imposed by local conditions, regulations and customs will be analysed with examples from countries around the world. [Go to the full record in the library's catalogue]
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