The Centre for Translation Studies (CTS) at Leeds offers five internationally renowned Taught Postgraduate programmes, each designed to give you the skills for a professional career in translation, interpreting or subtitling.
- MA in Applied Translation Studies (MAATS)
- MA in Conference Interpreting & Translation Studies (MACITS)
- MA in Audiovisual Translation Studies (MAAVTS)
- PG Diploma in Applied Translation Studies (PGDATS)
- PG Diploma in Conference Interpreting (PGDCI)
Follow the links below for an overview of our portfolio of programmes, information on the application procedure (including entry requirements and tests), a list of Frequently Asked Questions, details of fees and scholarships, and general information on postgraduate study within the School (SLCS).
We also offer research supervision for PhD and MA by Research students on a broad range of research topics, with some students being co-supervised by staff from elsewhere in the School. Students will join a vibrant research culture where colleagues are engaged in exciting world-class research projects which have influenced and informed the global translation and interpreting industries. For an overview of the research projects our staff and students have been involved in, please see our Research projects page.
Before applying for a PhD or MA by Research, you will need to decide on your planned area of study. For an overview of the research interests of our staff, please see our People page.
For more information on research study in the Centre for Translation Studies, please see our Research degrees page. For information on fees, entry requirements and how to apply for research programmes in the School, please see the Research Postgraduate Admissions page.