Do I need to know what my major will be when I apply to the translation & interpretation programs?

No, you are not expected to know whether you will major in Translation, Translation and Interpretation, Conference Interpretation, or Translation/Localization Management. All students are exposed to translation, consecutive interpretation, and simultaneous interpretation in their first year. After two semesters, both you and your academic advisor will know more about your strengths and weaknesses, and what you like. In the second year, you will declare your major and focus your studies.

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Do I need to know what my major will be when I apply to the translation & interpretation programs?
Although you must select a specific degree when you apply, you may not be approved to enroll in that degree program initially based on the evaluation of the Early Diagnostic Test, which assesses your language fluency level. If the faculty evaluators restrict the degree track you can enroll in, you will have the first two semesters to better understand your strengths and weaknesses working closely with the faculty.
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Do I need to know what my major will be when I apply to the translation & interpretation programs?

No, you are not expected to know whether you will major in Translation, Translation and Interpretation, Conference Interpretation, or Translation/Localization Management. All students are exposed to translation, consecutive interpretation, and simultaneous interpretation in their first year. After two semesters, both you and your academic advisor will know more about your strengths and weaknesses, and what you like. In the second year, you will declare your major and focus your studies.

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Do I need to know what my major will be when I apply to the translation & interpretation programs?

No, you are not expected to know whether you will major in Translation, Translation and Interpretation, Conference Interpretation, or Translation/Localization Management. All students are exposed to translation, consecutive interpretation, and simultaneous interpretation in their first year. After two semesters, both you and your academic advisor will know more about your strengths and weaknesses, and what you like. In the second year, you will declare your major and focus your studies.

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