Specialization in Interpreting

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In the Interpreting Specialization, students learn how to interpret consecutively and simultaneously in their working language combinations.

Selection process

Students who wish to pursue the Interpreting Specialization are required to sit and pass internal entrance examinations.

Internal selection exams

The Interpreting Specialization entrance exams consist of 2 parts:

  1. Evaluation of general knowledge and oral speech comprehension
  2. Oral interview in the language(s) of choice and evaluation of memory abilities

Learn more about the internal entrance exams.

Entrance exam eligibility

Students wishing to participate in the entrance exams should:

  • Have studied at DFLTI for at least four semesters
  • Have completed at least the 6th semester of their studies
  • Be a graduate of the Translation Specialization
  • Have completed their studies and their graduation ceremony is still pending

Learn more about the internal entrance exams.

Courses

Students pursuing the Interpreting Specialization attend courses on subjects like Theory of Interpreting, Community Interpreting, Methodology of Simultaneous Interpreting, Law and Interpreting and others in both lecture format and lab format specifically on their foreign working languages to and from Greek.

Career opportunities

DFLTI Interpreting Specialization graduates can be employed on interpreting projects in organizations, public or private sector etc.

Find more about DFLTI graduates’ career opportunities.

Stay informed

For more up-to-date information, feel free to visit DFLTI's Announcements about the Interpreting Specialization.

Updated: 06-07-2022
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