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I'm currently applying for Masters programmes, and I went on the website of the University of International Business and Economics today, and the only interpreting programme I can find is: Master of Translation and Interpretation (Sino-Korean Simultaneous Interpretation, Sino-Russian Simultaneous Interpretation)

Is the school no longer providing any ZH-EN or EN-ZH interpreting programmes?

Thank you

asked 09 Mar '15, 11:14

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edited 10 Mar '15, 20:00

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UIBE's two-year Chinese-English interpretation course is still running. Their university website is just not very good, that's all.

For more info you can talk to Li Li at the office on +86 10 64495338. Email is ailisi2128@sina.com . Better to call / email her in Chinese.

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answered 26 Mar '15, 09:17

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