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Graduate Diploma in Interpreting
Comprising six units of study, the Graduate Diploma in Interpreting is suited to fluent bilinguals seeking a theoretical background as they acquire the high level skills necessary to practise as professional interpreters. All practical components are informed by the theories of Interpreting, Translation, related disciplines and the results of current research.
Subject to demand, the languages available are Arabic, Japanese, Mandarin or Spanish.
|Delivery Mode||On campus||On campus|
|Location||Bankstown campus||Bankstown campus|
|Duration||1 Year Full Time/1.5 Years Part Time||1 Year Full Time|
|Intake Information||Available Semester 1 (Autumn) and Semester 2 (Spring)||Available Semester 1 (Autumn) and Semester 2 (Spring)|
|Course Code||950603||1775.1 [CRICOS Code 058260A]|
|Fee Information||Local Course Fees (opens in a new window)||International Course Fees (opens in a new window)|
How to Apply
All domestic applications for entry to UWS postgraduate courses must be made through the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC) (opens in a new window). Step by step instructions are available on the How to Apply pages.
All international applications for entry to UWS postgraduate courses must be made via the International Student Admission Application form. Step by step instructions are available on the International Admissions pages.
If you are interested in completing a higher research degree, for example Masters Honours, information is accessible from UWS Research (opens in a new window).