Welcome to our 20th university member!

We are happy to welcome the University of Ljubljana, the 20th university to join Elia Exchange and the first from Slovenia. The Department of Translation at the University of Ljubljana offers undergraduate and postgraduate programmes of study. At the undergraduate... Read More Read More

We welcome the University of Novi Sad

The University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Philosophy, based in Novi Sad, Serbia, is the latest entry to the Elia Exchange initiative. The University offers MA degrees in Conference Interpreting, Specialized Translation and Audiovisual Translation as well as other academic... Read More Read More

EE Regional Coordinators’ meeting

Elia Exchange Regional Coordinators had the chance to participate in the bi-annual EE meeting hosted just before the Elia Networking Days which took place in Lyon this month. Further to the program development update the Regional Coordinators discussed the topics... Read More Read More

1st Elia Exchange Forum Slovakia

The first EE Forum in Slovakia was held in UNI (Univerzita Konštantína Filozofa v Nitre) on Friday 10 April with the participation of five universities and five LSPs. Discussion between industry and university representatives was very open and interesting, and... Read More Read More

Université de Haute-Alsace joins Elia Exchange

We are happy to welcome our 8th university member to the Elia Exchange initiative. Université de Haute-Alsace, based in Mulhouse, France, offers Master degrees in Translation. Its Technical and Scientific Translation (TST) MA is a professional and research Masters degree... Read More Read More

New additions to the Elia Exchange program

The University of Eastern Finland, the New Bulgarian University and the Universitat de Vic – Universitat Central de Catalunya have recently joined the Elia Exchange program. The program, started officially a few months ago with the aim of bringing together... Read More Read More

Françoise Bajon at Translating Europe Forum

“LSPs and Universities offering translation study programs must work together to bring to the market better prepared and more skilled employees. This has to be a consistent common effort to be coupled with the creation of collaboration opportunities, development of... Read More Read More