Research course

Languages and Translation Studies

Institution
University of Surrey · Department Language and Translation
Qualifications
PhD

Entry requirements

For Translation Studies, a good Bachelors degree and/or Masters degree in translation studies (translation, audiovisual translation, interpreting), in languages (with a literary or linguistic background), or in related subject areas is required. For other topics, a good Bachelors degree in linguistics, applied linguistics, education, languages (including literature) or in related subject areas is required. Applicants wishing to pursue doctoral studies in audio description or intralingual subtitling (SDH) only require a high level of proficiency in English.

Months of entry

January, October, July, April

Course content

The School of English and Languages hosts the Centre for Translation Studies. Founded in 1982, the Centre enjoys an international reputation and is staffed by scholars who are actively involved in the national and international translation and interpreting studies scene. The School is also home to world-leading research centres such as the Surrey

Morphology Group and TRANS: Transnational Literary and Cultural Studies.
We particularly welcome topics that cross discipline boundaries.
At the core of our PhD programmes are the regular meetings that you will have with your supervisors. For us, writing is key to understanding and developing new perspectives: you will be submitting written work from the very start. In the first year, you will – with the guidance and support of your supervisors – lay the foundations of
your research by refining your research proposal, engaging with the literature and planning the structure of your work, based on an agreed timetable. Throughout your studies, we are committed to thinking about your long-term career as well as your time at the University.

Information for international students

Non-native speakers of English are required to have IELTS 6.5 or above, with a minimum of 7.0 in the Writing component.

Fees and funding

UK students
£4,050
International students
£13,300

As a member of the TECHNE Doctoral Training Partnership, our highest quality students may be eligible to apply for Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) studentships (stipend and fee waiver). Faculty studentships are also available for top-quality students, covering tuition fees at the Home/EU rate and maintenance at current research-council rates for full-time or part-time study.

Qualification and course duration

PhD

part time
45-96 months
full time
33-48 months

Course contact details

Name
Postgraduate Admissions
Email
languages-admissions@surrey.ac.uk
Phone
01483 686 509