Careers and Placement for Global Communication & Applied Translation Masters Graduates
Translators are key players in diverse multicultural teams, facilitators of knowledge transfers for solving key problems, and communicators in highly sensitive situations. There has never been a more important time to offer this innovative Masters program.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, rapid growth is predicted for the translation, localization, and interpretation industry in the coming years, with a projected employment increase of 17% for 2016-2026, much faster than the average.
In a rapidly globalizing world, professionals capable of bridging gaps and facilitating interactions among different cultures, languages, and fields are more needed than ever. The M.A. GCAT program provides students with the tools, both theoretical and practical, for careers helping organizations navigate this dynamic marketplace.
Translation Talk - Interviews With Translators
Born and raised in Kuching, the capital city of Sarawak, Malaysia, Adeline now lives in Adelaide, Australia where she works as a freelance translator from English into Simplified Chinese and vice versa. Click to read more...
Laura Dickey holds a BA in Linguistics from McGill University and a PhD in the same field from the University of Massachusetts. For over 5 years, she worked as a Senior Program Manager at Google. Click to read more...