- I have watched Anthony's and Hell's videos so far. I did not know
that there is a PhD program in Denmark. That is quite interestinmg
for me who lives in Sweden now, even though I am doing my PhD in
The point I want to make about the Aarhus program in translation is
that the information about the funding were not very clear. I would
like to see some kind of cooperation betwen Tarragona and Aarhus.
As regards Anthony's video, I can not deny the fact that I liked very
much. But I do suggest you read the text ( specially for my fellow
PhD students of Tarragona) and see all you wanted to know about the
program and now you have the chance. As Anthony makes it clear, there
is this big problem of enrollment and all related to that and the
trouble of applying for any kind of grants from the URV: For example,
I have tried to get hold of the application forms for the travel
grants, but I could not despite many contacts.
I will watch other videos and will be back.
But thank you for this initative
Esmaeil Haddadian Moghaddam
PhD student of Translation and Intercultural Studies, URV, Tarragona,