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Does the PgDip option (same as the MA minus the research thesis) qualify you to apply for the international institutions tests (UN, EU)?
The program takes one year. Is that enough to become a good interpreter? The most prestigious schools seem to require 2 years (ESIT) or at least 3 semesters (ETI).
I really DON'T want to spend months researching for a thesis which will not be useful for me.
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