Different courses cost wildly different amounts. Some charge different amounts to nationals, non-nationals and non-EU. It might be useful to have a list so the fees (and practices relating to them) can be compared.
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University of Vlora
MSc in Translation and Interpretation Studies, full time (2013)
Sauf mention contraire, les frais sont valables pour les ressortissants de l'UE.
Louvain School of Translation and Interpreting (LSTI), Anciennement Marie Haps
A partir de septembre 2015, toutes les formations en traduction et en interprétation de la Communauté française de Belgique seront organisées par les universités : tous les diplômes de traduction et d'interprétation seront donc délivrés par l'Université dès juin 2016.
Institut Supérieur de Traduction et d'Interprétation (ISTI)
Ecole d'Interprètes Internationaux de Mons (EII Mons
Institut de management et de communication interculturels (ISIT)
École Supérieure d'Interprètes et de Traducteurs (ESIT)
Institut de Traducteurs, d'Interprètes et de Relations Internationales (ITIRI Strasbourg)
SSLMIT Trieste: up to approx. € 2,600
SSLMIT Forlì: ca. € 3,000
These are the maximum fees per year for the master's courses in Conference Interpreting. Reductions are granted according to the family's financial situation. The two schools don't provide for different fees for non-national or non-EU students.
Monterey MIIS Monterey, California
2-year MA program
Tuition fees are
The University of Maryland is in College Park, Maryland, a close-in suburb of Washington that is accessible by underground and/or bus.
University of Maryland, Master of Professional Studies in Interpreting, Conference Interpreting Track. The degree requires 44 credits (21 in 1st year and 23 in 2nd for a full-time student). Tuition is $573/credit + $723/semester in student fees ("The fee covers support services including campus facilities use and maintenance, health services, campus-wide technology services, student registration services, recreation center, shuttle bus, libraries, police, computer labs, writing language labs, and disability support services.") This would mean:
Tuition + fees 1st year: $13,479 USD (roughly 10,135€)
Tuition + fees 2nd year: $14,625 USD (roughly 10,996€)
See above link for more information.
Glendon College, Toronto
The Master of Conference Interpreting program costs
Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa (FLUL)
no course for 2015-2016
member of European Master's in Conference Interpreting (EMCI)
Students can opt to do only the first year to receive a specialization certificate that qualifies them to work. Those who pass the first year may go on to the second year and pursue a Master's degree.
London Metropolitan University
MA Interpreting, full time (2013)
Heriot-Watt University (1 year)
University of Leeds (1 year)
University of Manchester (1 year)
Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB)
Faculty of Translation and Interpreting
Master in Translation, Interpreting and Intercultural Studies : 9 months. 'A' language: Spanish or English; and a minimum of two other working languages (English, Spanish, French. German).
The cost of this one-year Master's in conference interpreting (60 ECTS) is:
Depending on whether the student is admitted with 2 or 3 C languages (English plus French and/or German), the number of hours' training supervised by a team of nine active conference interpreters is 420 and 630 hours, respectively.
La Laguna (Tenerife)
Masters in Conference Interpreting.
It would be interesting to see the amount of hours devoted to each language/technique. MIC is hour-intensive.
Faculté de traduction et d'interprétation (FTI), Université de Genève full-time programme, 3 semesters MA in Conference Interpreting
Tuition: CHF 500 per semester (EUR approx. 410)
This answer is marked "community wiki".
I don't have enough karma points to participate in the wiki so here are some CI MA in the UK:
Heriot-Watt University (1 year) Fees for EU students: £5,750 - Fees for overseas students: £12,500 http://www.postgraduate.hw.ac.uk/prog/msc-interpreting-translating/
University of Leeds (1 year) Fees for UK and EU students: £5,328 or £8,000 - Fees for overseas students: £10,720 or £16,000 http://www.leeds.ac.uk/arts/info/125024/postgraduate/1906/postgraduate_fees
Bath University Fees for UK and EU students: £6,600 - Fees for overseas students: £13,900 http://www.bath.ac.uk/study/pg/programmes/ma-in-inte-and-tran
University of Manchester (1 year) Fees for UK and EU students: £6,300 - Fees for overseas students: £13,000 http://www.manchester.ac.uk/postgraduate/taughtdegrees/courses/atoz/08505/conference-interpreting-ma/
answered 04 Sep '13, 12:58
A big apology to everyone for misinforming you about the cost of the 1-year Master of Conference Interpreting at the University of Ottawa. The University has just informed me that the cost for a Canadian National is $Cdn 8826 (this includes all fees) and the cost for an international student is $Cdn 19,720...roughly 14,340 Euros.
answered 16 Sep '13, 12:10
Please note that under the heading "Spain", the link to information on the cost of the Master in Translation, Interpreting and Intercultural Studies offered by Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona has been updated: http://www.uab.cat/servlet/Satellite/informacion-academica-de-los-masteres-oficiales/la-oferta-de-masteres-oficiales/admision/requisitos-de-admision/traduccion-interpretacion-y-estudios-interculturales-1096480309777.html?param1=1345664655758
From September 2014 students will be admitted with either Spanish or English A and a minimum of two other working languages (English, Spanish, French. German).
Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB)
Faculty of Translation and Interpreting
The cost of this one-year Master's in conference interpreting (60 ECTS) is 2.700€ for European Union students and 6.780€ for non-EU students. Depending on whether the student is admitted with 2 or 3 C languages (English plus French and/or German), the number of hours' training supervised by a team of nine active conference interpreters is 420 and 630 hours, respectively.
IN NORTH AMERICA:
I received this link to the tuition page at Monterey, California (MIIS) via Twitter. It shows that tuition fees there are US$34,970 for the full year and US$17,485 per semester.
This is the information I have received about the Master of Conference Interpreting program in Toronto, Canada (Glendon College): The annual cost of the program for Canadian citizens or permanent residents is CAD$5,544.69 (roughly 4,200€). For international students, the fee is CAD$12,032.46 (about 9,100€).
The other two MA conference interpreting programs in North America are at Ottawa U and in Washington, DC. If anyone has information on their tuition fees, please add it here!
I see the ULL and UAB have already posted their fees here. The other MA program in Spain, at ICADE (Comillas) costs 12,000€+, depending on your language combination.
answered 31 May '13, 08:14
In Canada, The 1-year Masters of Conference Interpretation offered by the University of Ottawa costs roughly $Cdn 5,900 for Canadian nationals and $Cdn 7,200 for international students, I believe. Note that the program is only EN<>FR.
answered 11 Sep '13, 13:03
Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) Faculty of Translation and Interpreting UPDATE May 2014 In 2014-2015 the Master's in conference interpreting offered by the UAB will be adding English A to its existing programme. Interested candidates must have native speaker status in English and a C in Spanish, plus either French or German (C1/C2 of the European Framework). The cost of this one-year Master's in conference interpreting (60 ECTS) is:
Depending on whether the student is admitted with 2 or 3 C languages (English/Spanish plus French and/or German), the number of hours' training supervised by a team of nine active conference interpreters is 420 and 630 hours, respectively. Contact: Jacqueline.Minett@uab.cat
Bath for overseas students GBP 15000 Monterey US 36000 per year.
These are only tuition fees. Costs date March 2014
answered 16 May '14, 06:17