The language of instruction will be English. In order to take advantage of the class, you should have at least a CEFR C1 level of English. If your English command is below that level, please do not apply.
Typical candidates should be in their final year of an M.A. or in the first years of a PhD program related to translation, interpreting, or cognitive disciplines. Other status and training backgrounds, however, are welcome and will be assessed on a personal basis by the committee of admissions.
This is a 700-1000 word-long letter of intent or research statement (references, if any, not included in word count). You should typically
(1) introduce yourself, your interests and motivations, i.e., who are you and what do you want to do in the future?
(2) Discuss the relevance of your recent and current activities—why are you the right candidate for the program? and
(3) Develop your academic interests (what do you want to do , what are your research aims and how do you think you will reach them?)