Translation Studies is an academically focused pathway.It provides you with substantial theoretical knowledge to develop an interest in the field of translating and/or interpreting as a topic of academic study and research.
Translation Studies is an academically focused pathway.It provides you with substantial theoretical knowledge to develop an interest in the field of translating and/or interpreting as a topic of academic study and research.The very best theses will be considered for publication by the Open Letter press. LTS 400: Studies in Translation (four credits)LTS 401: Independent Project and Translation Portfolio (four credits)Plus one of the following: LTS 4XX: Studies in International Literature (Four or Eight Credits)Focusing on literary works from a number of different national cultures, these courses, which are offered through several departments and change from semester to semester, explore the interactions of literatures from different national contexts.
Ph D Degrees are awarded by SOAS from registration in 2013 and are subject to SOAS regulations.
The information on the programme page reflects the intended programme structure against the given academic session.
Supervision is offered in theoretical, descriptive and comparative, historical translation studies, as well as a wide range of interdisciplinary areas cutting across linguistics, cultural studies, sociological and political field of studies.
The Department is strongly research-oriented, and through a combination of courses, advanced seminars and individual supervision, aims to provide the intellectual discipline, knowledge and skills required of a well-rounded researcher.
Adjustments to one or more of these sections, including additions or deletions where appropriate, are possible by prior arrangement between the students and lead supervisors.
Research Proposal Budget Template - Ma Thesis Translation Studies
The upgrade process from MPhil to Ph D status is based upon an assessment of the core chapter and research proposal by the student’s research committee, and upon on a 20-30 minute oral presentation, followed by discussion.
Further details can be found in the Fees and Funding tab on this page or in the Registry Postgraduate Tuition Fees page Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings Start of programme: September Mode of Attendance: Full-time or Part-time The MPhil/Ph D in Translation Studies is a research training programme which combines foundational and advanced training in the core areas of translation studies, research methods and research work leading to a thesis.
Depending on the research topic, it may be possible to arrange joint supervision with specialists in other departments.
The third year (or part time equivalent) is devoted to writing up research for the Ph D thesis.
During this time, students will normally give a presentation in the Ph D seminar series organised by the Research Tutor, which is open to staff members and other research students.