I have a question for the community: I'm on my last year of my Bachelor degree in European Languages (French, German and Spanish) and translation at the Manchester University (UK).
I would like to do a Master degree in Interpreting. The languages I would feel comfortable using would be: Italian(A) English (B) French(B) Spanish.
Is it possible to do a master in interpreting with more than one language?
Do I necessarily need to have Italian or can I chose as language combination: English, French, and Spanish, as I would still be expected to interpret in Italian since it's my mother tongue?
I tried to look at the various course universities offer throughout Europe (most of them don't have Italian or, if they do they only have Italian and English), but none of them seems to satisfy my requirements.
Thanks in advance. Stefania
You will usually interpret from all your C languages into your A language (Italian). Should you have a B language, you will also interpret from your A language into that B language.
Your A language is a bit like the color of your eyes: you can't change it. So you'll need to find a course that does offer IT A, a B language, and one or two C languages.
A few more pointers concerning the level to attain in languages, both C and B: