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Today we would like to announce our new video explaining the MIC entrance exams. To all of you out there considering applying for the MIC course, our key trainer and AIIC conference interpreter Lourdes de Rioja presents a clear breakdown of what to expect, along with what we are looking for in candidates:

If you have watched the video and are reading this blog it’s a clear sign that you are interested in a career working with languages. You’ve heard about our course, you’ve investigated our website, but perhaps you would like to find out more. We commend you, because before embarking on any career path one should be fully informed of what to expect. We also believe that the key to successfully completing the Masters is to enter with clear and realistic expectations at the start of the course. For this reason we would also like to share with you a very useful article written by AIIC as it asks, and helps answer, perhaps one of the most important questions that you should be asking yourself right now, will a professional conference interpreter’s lifestyle suit me?


If the answer to that question is yes, we would love to see you at our entrance exams that will be held in Tenerife on June 14th and 15th, and then in Madrid on June 21st, 22nd and 23rd. All you have to do is send us your entrance exam application form and we will contact you with more details closer to the dates.

We look forward to hearing from you!




el Máster en Interpretación de Conferencias (MIC) de la Universidad de La Laguna, creado en 1988, es primer título de posgrado español dedicado a la formación de intérpretes de conferencias, tanto en la modalidad de interpretación consecutiva como en la de interpretación simultánea.

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