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Our interaction with employers includes the development of courses, project partnerships, research, internship opportunities and guest lecturing.
Interested in collaborating? If you are an employer interested in collaborating with languages or translation at Swansea University, please contact Professor Andy Rothwell: firstname.lastname@example.org
In September 2013, for example, we launched a global translation competition with Veritas offering cash, mentoring and internship prizes.
Other organisations we currently work with include: Tantrwm-Video Productions Wales, Markmaid, South Wales Chamber of Commerce, Swansea Institute of Directors, National Waterfront Museum (Swansea City Council), and The Dylan Thomas Centre. The Dylan Thomas Centre and K International (company website is here: http://www.k-international.com and blog http://www.k-international.com/blog/.
To find out more about how our graduates succeed in the workplace, look at the Arts & Humanities Employability and Careers PDF .
The works in partnership with the Careers and Employability Service who provide:
The University and the Students’ Union do a lot of work in helping students to become more employable when they leave University.
Each year, the University and the Students’ Union create a fantastic range of opportunities. Some of these are seen and taken up by students, others are completely missed. To find out more visit the Swansea Student's Union Website.
The College of Arts and Humanities is involved in a work based learning consortium ‘Training in Languages and Translation’ (TILT) with the Universities of Bangor and berystwyth, part of the Higher Education Wales programme coordinated by the University of Glamorgan and funded by ESF Funding through the Welsh Government. We will soon start providing Undergraduate and Postgraduate Continuing Professional Development (CPD) modules to employees working in Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the convergence region of Wales.