Extended Translation Project - Dissertation

The Open University

Course Information

In the Extended Translation Project – Dissertation module from The Open University, you will start by focussing on research methods in translation studies and then, with the support of your tutor, design a proposal for an independent, extended piece of work. You can select a text of your choice, in consultation with your tutor, and produce an extended translation with accompanying commentary; or you can write an academic dissertation on a topic that you agree with your tutor. In either case, your work should be between 12,000 and 15,000 words.

Vocational relevance

This is the final module in the MA in Translation (F79) which provides an academic qualification for those intending to become, or who already are, professional translators.

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