For students who wish to undertake postgraduate study focusing on research, there are a number of different options. Students can conduct research at either Masters or PhD level on a specific area of interest. Working under the guidance of trained supervisors, students select their research topic and produce a thesis to be presented for examination.
A number of joint programs create opportunities for students to engage with international experts and gain a head start in future career planning, professional development and employment prospects on an international scale. Currently we offer student exchanges with a range of institutions within the CIUTI network, a Double Master in Translation and Interpreting Studies and a joint award PhD.
Undergraduate students interested in Translation and Interpreting Studies may undertake a translation project as part of a School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics’ honours program. More information about this can be found on the School Honours website.
- The Translation and Interpreting program is able to supervise PhDs on a wide range of topics. A PhD (Translation Studies) and a joint award PhD with the University of Bologna are also on offer (see below). For more information about undertaking a PhD at Monash, see Higher Degree Research, or the PhD handbook entry. For enquiries regarding Higher Degree ... Read more
- Available masters research programs in Translation and Interpreting Studies are: Master of Arts in Interpreting and Translation Studies Master of Arts (100% research) Master of Arts by Research and Coursework For students who wish to undertake the course with a more specific focus on research in their coursework degree, there are a number of different pathways available after the ... Read more
- The following PhD theses have been completed within Translation and Interpreting Studies: 2013 Glennan, Patrick (Re)translating Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa’s II Gattopardo Supervisors: Rita Wilson, Brian Nelson, 2011 Al-Ghamedi, Najiah The contemporary Saudi novel in English translation: four case studies Supervisors: Rita Wilson, Harry Aveling Badalotti, Floriana Professional multilinguals: translators, interpreters and cultural identities Supervisors: Rita Wilson, Jim Hlavac Murtisari, Elizabeth The ... Read more
- The following PhD theses are currently being completed within Translation and Interpreting Studies: Soundscape not to be translated. Re-creating an aural narrative tradition by translating radio documentaries into Italian. Supervisors: Rita Wilson, Mia Lindgren Translating a nation: The media’s exercise of translation in projecting Indonesia’s cultural and political identity . Supervisors: Rita Wilson, Harry Aveling From the late Qing to the May ... Read more