Re: [itit] Fwd: VIU GRADUATE DIPLOMA
- My understanding from the advertisement for the course is that if the
student is a bilingual in Japanese or Chinese and English, that will not
be sufficient for him/her to enroll in the courses advertised, i.e. they
must also know another (third) language, e.g. RUssian, Spanish or French.
That may be pretty common in Europe for people to know three languages,
but I doubt you will find many people in the Far East with the requisite
language background. Too bad, since there are many students there who
could benefit from such instruction.
>Date: Mon, 17 Jun 2002 19:31:54 +0200
>From: Olivia Fox Kennedy <olivia.fox@...>
>Subject: VIU GRADUATE DIPLOMA
>In view of the difficulties some students have had in fulfilling initial
>requirements for translation practice into and out of English in two foreign
>languages, it has been decided to allow students to choose two languages, in
>order of preference, for translation practice into and out of English in one
>foreign language. The corresponding changes have been made in the application
>forms available on the web site: www.fti.uab.es/_fti_socrates/
>Hope this will make things easier for prospective applicants!