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Computer Assisted Translation tools now available to students

  • Date10 August 2019

From 2019, our Translation Studies and Modern Languages students will benefit from access to the Computer Assisted Translation software that is now standard in the industry.


SDL Trado Studio will be available to students during 2019-20

Any graduate entering the world of commercial translation and localization will find that Computer Assisted Translation (CAT) tools are now accepted practice for any localization professional in a translating business.

SDL Trados Studio is the market leading CAT tool used by over 250,000 translation professionals across the entire translation supply chain and is recognized across the globe as the tool of choice for translators, translation agencies and corporate translation teams. Royal Holloway is delighted to be part of their Academic Partner programme for 2019-2020.

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