Degree: Master of Arts (Translation and Transcultural Communication)
Faculty: Faculty of Arts
Note: The Master of Arts (Translation and Transcultural Communication) is now known as the Master of Arts (Interpreting, Translation and Transcultural Communication).
I chose this degree to enhance my intercultural communication skills, and I wanted to study at the University of Adelaide because it has a good reputation.
I was really impressed with how professional and friendly the lecturers and tutors are.Ye Li
I was really impressed with how professional and friendly the lecturers and tutors are. The degree includes many translation related courses, including advanced translation skills and theories, while other courses are related to understanding cultures which has developed my critical thinking abilities. I have also enrolled in a non-credit course, Global IQ, to enhance my skills to work in a multicultural environment, which is also a must-have need for my future career.
After university I want to work at a company, an organization or a government department that has a business relationship or cultural communication with China.