The core branch, mandatory for all students, consists of courses on the theory and practice of Translation, on English, French and German culture and literature, as well as courses on International Relations, Law, Political Science, Economics, Philosophy, and Intercultural Studies.
Full details can be found in DFLTI’s Course Catalogue.
In the beginning of the Specialization branch, all DFLTI students must choose an academic specialization, either Translation or Interpreting.
Specialization in Translation
Students wishing to pursue a major in Translation do not need to follow any specific process with the Registrar’s office except simply enrolling for their 5th semester.
Find out more about the Specialization in Translation.
Specialization in Interpreting
Students wishing to pursue a major in Interpreting must first declare this intention with the Registrar’s Office. There is a selection process, which consists of an internal exam and an interview.
Find out more about the Specialization in Interpreting.