[KS] Post-graduate course in Korean Literary Translation
ch.song at auckland.ac.nz
Fri Jun 8 20:08:16 EDT 2012
Dear Raoul and others,
The University of Auckland (in New Zealand) also offers a postgraduate course in translation (Korean 705 "Advanced Translation Practice from/into Korean") in conjunction with the university's Postgraduate Programme in Translation Studies. It also runs a Korean-English translation group, KCTI (Korean Culture Translation Institute), which specialises in studying and practising translation of Korean texts on Korean culture and history into English.
Senior Lecturer, School of Asian Studies
University of Auckland
Private Bag 92019, Auckland, New Zealand
Tel: +64 9 923 4604
E-mail: ch.song at auckland.ac.nz
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Dear all good people,
we have also at University of Bonn a Korean Translation Studies Program (BA/MA), theory and practical experience.
The MA-Program will start in the next winter semester with only one Asian foreign language, i.e. Korea.
(Until this summer semester two foreign languages were required.)
The main emphasis is put not only on translation of Korean literature but also on other sorts of Korean texts, texts published for particular purposes, instructions, specification of patents etc.
As I know also at SOAS in London a Korean Translation Program is offered.
All the best to all!
2012/6/5 Angel Misspelled <angelmisspelled at gmail.com>
> Hello good people on this list,
> I'm curious whether any university in Korea offers a post-graduate
> program in Korean literary translation?
> Also, if there's no such institution in Korea, recommendations for
> universities in other countries are welcome as well, provided the
> program is in either English or Korean.
> Thank you.
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