Becoming a Translator or an Interpreter

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Are you a third level student interested in knowing more about what a translator or an interpreter does?  Are you interested in working in a multilingual and multicultural environment? Do you want to know how to become an EU translator or interpreter?

Hear from staff translators and interpreters working for the European Commission about their career paths and what their jobs entail.

If you’re a student at NUIG, Maynooth and UCD be sure to register for this week’s sessions.

The European Commission’s translation and interpreting Directorates General (DGT and DG SCIC) have teamed up for a virtual tour of Irish universities during January and February 2021.

Becoming a Translator or an Interpreter

Schedule (so far):

Wednesday, 27 January 9 am TU Dublin
Thursday, 28 January 6 pm DCU
Tuesday, 2 February 6 pm UL
Wednesday, 3 February 1 pm TCD
Thursday, 4 February 1.30 pm UCC
Tuesday, 9 February 1.30 pm NUIG
Tuesday, 9 February 6 pm Maynooth University
Thursday, 11 February 11 am UCD

For further information, please contact (link sends e-mail). is Ireland’s largest independent for courses in Ireland. We list full-time and part-time courses of all types so that you can find the best course for you.


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  1. Laure FUX 25/05/2024 at 13:03

    I would like to know what kind of training could exist for an adult – in my case, as a foreigner which is trilingual (French, English and Spanish).
    I would like to study in Dublin if possible and I am ready to relocate

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