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Master's Degree in Conference InterpretingEuropean University Madrid
Master's Degree in Conference Interpreting
The School of Social Sciences and Communication prepares you to become a global professional with experience in strategic business areas. Achieve your goals in a setting where you can develop skills such as leadership and critical thinking so you can have an impact on society. This solid, experiential and collaborative educational model challenges you intellectually. Its main characteristics are:
- Case-based learning: You’ll work in real settings and on real projects, and as a part of a team with students from other areas of study. This is possible thanks to the Consulting Lab, Media Labs and the Legal Clinic.
- International focus: Being global is an attitude to a world of opportunities and without borders. Learning happens in a multicultural, flexible and tolerant environment.
- High employability: Through Global Programs, agreements with prestigious universities such as the London School of Economics, and the companies the school has internship agreements with, you’ll acquire the necessary skills to compete in global environments.
- Comprehensive skills development: Skills such as teamwork, effective communication or analyzing information are necessary so that you not only attain high employability, but also achieve life goals.
That’s why the school promotes and assesses them. “Transición, pactos para el recuerdo”, a documentary by students, took 2nd prize at the documentary competition held at the ‘La Transición española, 40 años después’ International Conference. The documentary, led by a group of students from the School of Social Sciences and Communication, features first-hand accounts from those who personally experienced the transition to democracy that contrast with the ignorance of students on that historic event.
The School of Social Sciences and Communication has set up a Legal Clinic to help the most disadvantaged. This project, devised to offer legal aid services and training to people with limited resources, was possible thanks to the support and collaboration of various institutions committed to social impact.
The admission process requires a CV and interview with the faculty
Universidad Europea, with four campuses in Spain, two in Madrid (Villaviciosa de Odón and Alcobendas), one in Valencia and another in the Canary Islands (La Orotava), is an innovative institution geared towards adding value to society and contributing to its...
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