The Undergraduate Programme of Studies of the Department of Foreign Languages, Translation and Interpreting (DFLTI) is organized in two study cycles, each of which lasts for 4 semesters and aims at the education and training of Greek-speaking translators and interpreters.
First study cycle: Core courses
The 1st study cycle (1st-4th semester) is mandatory for all students of DFLTI. In this study cycle, theoretical courses regarding the theory and practice of Translation, the working languages of the students (English, German, French), as well as civilizations, cultures and the literature of those languages are offered.
In addition, courses of the broader context of the Theory of Translation, as well as of foreign Civilizations and Literature, International Relations, Law, Political Science, Economics, Philosophy, Intercultural Studies and others are also offered.
See in detail all the courses offered at DFLTI.
Second study cycle: Specializations
In the 2nd study cycle (5th-8th semester), DFLTI students have the choice to choose between two Specializations, each of which leads to a different degree.
Both Specializations offer knowledge that is necessary for the theoretical and practical training of translation and interpreting students. The Specializations are:
Specialization in Translation
Students that choose the Specialization in Translation are not required to take internal exams or officially declare this choice to the Secretariat of DFLTI.
Find out more about the Specialization in Translation.
Specialization in Interpreting
Students that choose the Specialization in Interpreting are selected on the basis of internal exams as well as a personal interview, after having submitted their application to the Secretariat of DFLTI.
Find out more about the Specialization in Interpreting.