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Hi, my name is Kirill Pivovarov, im studying Translation and Interpreting in Madrid, and I want to know where can I study a Master in Conference Interpreting with A1-ES, A2-RU, C1-EN, C2-DE. It doesn´t matter where.

asked 21 Sep '16, 12:48

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Hi Kirill,

have you tried the AIIC school finder?

Studying your full combination might be a bit much to chew on, so you could consider schools that only offer AA, AAC or ACCC, depending on your market study and professional aspirations.

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answered 23 Sep '16, 05:50

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edited 23 Sep '16, 05:53

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I agree with Gaspar. I would drop DE for the time-being as it is the odd one out of your combination. (The others are private market or UN combinations ).

(26 Oct '16, 06:25) Andy
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