The European Commission’s Directorate-General for Translation (DGT) published in early June the list of universities and higher education institutions offering translation programmes at Master’s level in line with the standards of the European Master’s in Translation Network. This list comprises more than 80 members in the European Union, Switzerland and Lebanon and is valid until 2024.
To commemorate the Schuman Declaration, as is now customary, a ‘European village’ will be open to the public in the centre of Luxembourg City on 9 May, which will focus mainly on the forthcoming European elections on 23-26 May. Alongside the EU institutions and Member States, various EU translation services will share a stand to promote multilingualism in Europe.
On 7 and 8 February 2019, two experts from OGYÉI, the Hungarian competent authority for the European Medicines Agency (EMA), came to give practice-oriented training to the Centre’s in-house translators. With almost 43 000 pages translated in 2018, EMA is the Centre’s third client in terms of translation volume.