APPLICATION FOR MA IN TRANSLATION & MA IN INTERPRETATION OCTOBER 2014 INTAKE.

Center for Translation & Interpretation CCU Building 2nd Floor.

Do you have a flair for language? Want to make language your career? Or do you want to upgrade your professional skills in translation or interpreting?

 

A team of Interpreters from European Union and African Carribean Pacific with MA - Interpretation Students during tutorials at the Centre for Translation and Interpretation Interpretation room.

Dr. Justine Ndongo-Keller Appointed

Dr.  Justine Ndongo-Kelller Appointed

The University of Nairobi appointed a top interpreter and translator, Dr. Justine Ndongo-Keller to the position of Senior Lecturer at the Centre for Translation and Interpretation, university of Nairobi. Her working languages are: French, English, Spanish, Krio and Pidgin English

 

(From left) Mr. Kunteel Barua from the European Union, Stewart Rodgers from the Africa Caribbean Pacific Organisation (ACP), Prof. Janye Mutiga, the Director CTI, Essy Njanda (ACP) and Anne Niang (ACP). The team visited the Director, CTI. Mr. Kunteel (E.U) had accompained the ACP members to CTI to give tutorials to MA - Intrepretation Students

Administrative Assistant Appointed

Ms. Gertrude Mwaniki has been appointed to the position of Administrative Assistant at the Centre for Translation and Interpretation.

Dr. Omondi Odero Appointed

Dr. Omondi Odero has been appointed to the position of Tutorial Fellow at the Centre for Translation and Interpretation (CTI). Dr. Odero holds a (B.ED Arts) English/Literature, an MA - Lingustics and a PhD - Lingustics all from the University of Nairobi. Dr. Odero has six years of University teaching experience.

Guest Lecturer

Ms. Paula Keke (right front row) of European Commision accompanied by Fernado N. (middle front row) of United Nations, Nairobi, the Director and students during block teaching at the Centre

All Directors for Translation and Interpretation Institutes in Africa visitation to the Centre for Translation and Interpretation, UoN

Do you have a flair for language? Want to make language your career? Or do you want to upgrade your professional skills in translation or interpreting?
 
If you want to learn how to translate written documents, interpret in court, at conferences, in the public service or in business contexts and if your language combination includes English and at least one relevant language from among:  Kiswahili, French, Spanish, and Arabic.
 

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