Simultaneous Interpretation Program (Mandarin Chinese/English)
|Format||Part-time in Vancouver
|Schedule||Tuesdays 6:30–8:30 pm
Saturdays 1 pm–5 pm
|Duration||2 months (17 sessions)|
|Upcoming term||July 2–August 31, 2019
(No class on Aug 3)
|Instructor||Adam Haiou Tan|
|Learning materials||Included in tuition cost.|
Tuition is the same for international students, permanent Canadian residents and Canadian citizens.
|Application fee||C$75 (non-refundable)|
June 15, 2019
Receive a 10% tuition discount when you pay by June 15, 2019.
Enrolment is limited to 15 students, so we encourage you to apply early.
How will I learn?
Your training will include 50 hours of in-class instruction and practice and 50 hours of evaluated after-class practice. You’ll be assigned after-class skill-building exercises or simulated SI tasks after each face-to-face session. Your recorded assignments will then be submitted online and closely monitored by the instructor, who will offer feedback in the following in-class session. You’ll also be required to practise on your own outside of class through SFU’s online learning management system (Canvas) for at least 150 hours.
How will I be evaluated?
Evaluation is ongoing throughout the program. You will be evaluated according to university standards on a combination of assignments, quizzes, in-class and online performance and participation, and examinations. The final exam will be in the style of the CTTIC (Canadian Translators, Terminologists and Interpreters Council) certification exam. You must obtain a minimum of 70 per cent on the final grade and miss no more than 10 per cent of classroom instruction time to successfully complete this course.