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Hello everybody,

I am thinking of taking the "Diplôme Universitaire de Traducteur-Interprète Judiciaire" from ESIT in Paris and I would like to know if those who have attended it could give me some feedback.

http://www.univ-paris3.fr/du-traducteur-interprete-judiciaire-127462.kjsp?RH=1330093302282

Do you recommend this program, do you think it is worthwhile?

Thank you very much. Carolina

asked 19 Nov '15, 07:26

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Hello Carolina, I saw that a "Carolina C." is on the list of candidates accepted to this program for the session beginning in February, 2016 (I was also accepted). If this is you, then I guess we will discover together the quality of the program. But, already knowing several people who have graduated from l'ESIT in conference interpreting, I can tell you that the school's reputation for excellence is well deserved. Best regards, Jeff

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