Routes into Languages e-bulletin February 2015

Date: 18th February 2015

Dear languages enthusiast Welcome to the Routes into Languages e-bulletin for February 2015 Have a look at the range of events available below – click on the links to find out more and book. Read up on the latest news from the regions. Kind regards The Routes into Languages team

Westminster Forum: The future for Modern Foreign Languages at GCSE and A-level - Tuesday 28 April 2015 - London

Date: 4th February 2015

Guest of Honour: Professor Stephen Parker, Chair, ALCAB Panel for Modern and Classical Languages and Henry Simon Professor of German, University of Manchester This event held on Tuesday 28 April 2015 in Central London is CPD Certified.

Careers in Translation and Interpreting

Date: 23rd January 2015

On 25 February 2015 from 1pm to 5.30pm, the University of Manchester will host a national careers event on behalf of the National Networks for Translation and Interpreting. A diverse employer panel will talk about the range of career options on offer in the professions and an alumni panel will share experiences and advice. We will also have a student panel who will give participants a feel for what it is really like to train as a translator, interpreter or subtitler.

E-bulletin January 2015

Date: 23rd January 2015

Dear languages enthusiast

Happy 2015!  Welcome to the Routes into Languages e-bulletin for January 2015. 

Have a look at the range of events available below.

Best wishes
The Routes into Languages team



Mental Health Q&A Day Press Release

Date: 8th January 2015

London, 20th January 2015: Third Year Abroad is hosting a Mental Health Q&A Day on their new platform   The Q&A Day will allow year abroad students to ask and answer questions on a range of mental health issues, including preparing for a year abroad with a pre-diagnosed mental illness, how to cope without your usual support network, how to tell the difference between homesickness and anxiety, how best to support a friend with a mental illness and advice for LGBT students moving abroad.

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