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Using Your Languages: Interpreting and Translation

Event Date: 
Wednesday, 27 January 2016 -
2:15pm to 5:30pm
University of Bath, East Building, Lecture Theatre EB 1.1

Careers Event at the University of Bath

Looking for a job that will use your valuable language skills?
Open to all sixth-form and undergraduate students.

Venue: East Building, Lecture Theatre EB 1.1
Date: Wednesday 27th January 2016
Time: 14:15-17:30

13:15-14:05 Registration: please come to the event venue to sign in on arrival.

Session One
14:15 Welcome
14:30 ‘Introduction to Interpreting’ by Helen Campbell, Director, National Network for Interpreting
14:50 Dr. Steve Slade, Head of English Translation at the International Court of Justice
15:15 Coffee break

Session Two
16:00 Bath alumni
16:15 Q & A with guest speakers and Bath alumni
17:00 Tour of interpreting labs

To register for your free place, please email Steven Wonnacott ( with your name and contact details.
Booking Information:
- Registration will take place from 13.15 in East Building foyer.
- Throughout the afternoon, student ambassadors will be on hand to offer directions and answer any questions you might have.
- Please can you inform us if you have a disability so that we can make any necessary arrangements.
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