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Application Translation speciaisation 2019

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    BA Specialisation: English Translation Skills - Angol fordítói készségek


    Coordinator: dr. Illés Éva 



    Any BA student majoring in English can apply if they do not have a minor. You must be proficient in Hungarian to qualify.

    Maximum number of students admitted to the program 16 students (+ 2 reserves)

    IMPORTANT: You can apply to multiple specialisations or even a minor simultaneously. The places of those who get admitted to more than one place and withdraw from the translation specialisation will be filled with those on the reserve list.

    The list of the EHA codes of students admitted – including the reserve list – will be posted on the DEAL noticeboards after the interviews in May (the exact time will be communicated at the interview). The status of those on the reserve list will be finalized after the minors and other specialisations have their results (this depends on the other departments and even other institutes at the Faculty).  



     (1) written application; (2) interview.

    Your application package should include:

    - a one-page CV (Europass or British format, including your studies, interests, extracurricular activities, your EHA code, your e-mail address and contact phone number);

    - a one-page (approx. 2500 characters with spaces) motivation letter 

    Submit the printed and signed copy at the DEAL Office in Rákóczi 5, Room 306.

    Submission deadline: 23rd May, 2018

    Late or incomplete applications will not be considered.



     The admission interview is scheduled on 4th June (Room 430) and will comprise: 

    • discussion based on the applicant’s motivation letter;
    • translation of short, everyday texts from English into Hungarian and from Hungarian into English. 

    Your final score will be determined based on the following components: 

    • motivation letter; any previous experience                                    
    • oral translation skills;                                         
    • mark in the BBN-ANG-108 Academic Skills course (a minimum of a mark 3 is required)


    For further information please contact Illés Éva at

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