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Our pathway to a degree in translation is taught by people who have expert subject knowledge and the ability to support, inspire and share their learning with you.

How it works

The pathway is made up of 60 credits and is equivalent to 50% of the first year of a degree It is intended to provide you with the linguistic skills and intellectual preparation needed to study for a degree in translation.

You can choose to focus on one language and study a single honours or study two languages as a joint honours.

You will need to gain 60 credits in one language, or 30 credits in each of your two languages at stage E or higher.

Language module options include:






You can take courses in both languages at the same time in order to complete the pathway in one year. You can also take up to three years to complete the pathway if you need to.


Our pathway to a degree offers an affordable route into Higher Education. You only have to sign up and pay for one module at a time and you have the option of splitting the cost into two instalments.

Financial help is available through a variety of different schemes. Once you start studying on the pathway you can also access expert advice on the best way to fund your studies should you go on to a degree.


If you have any queries or would like to find out more about this pathway please contact: