The EMT network is the forum where EMT member universities meet, exchange good practices in translation teaching, and discuss future developments.
It now has 64 members, including two non-EU programmes with observer status.
The EMT members hold regular network meetings. They also run the EMT wiki where they can share ideas and get updates on the network's activities. It is open to network members and all institutions that have ever submitted an application (even if they were not selected). If you'd like to get access, contact us for details.
For admission, universities have to prove that their translator training course complies with a minimum set of quality criteria, i.e. the course should cover a broad range of competences and be tailored to suit market demands. Only the members of the network are awarded the EMT quality label (a registered EU trademark since June 2012) and, in return, they are expected to promote the EMT standards of excellence.
For member universities:
For EMT students:
|Optimale (optimising translator training)|
|Qualetra (quality in legal translation)|
|TransCert (Europe-wide certification for translators)|
|Agora (transnational work placements for translation students)|
|OTCT project (optimising translator training through collaborative technical translation)|