Programmes at the intersection of language and technology are not easy to find for (future) students and there is a shortage of graduates to meet the demand of the labour market.

Therefore the local office of the Directorate General for Translation in the Netherlands has launched a campaign to increase the visibility of these programmes and the labour market prospects of students.

As a first step, a list of the relevant training courses has been made. 

This will be followed by a series of Translating Europe workshops to show students the many study and career opportunities in the field of language technology and to connect them with each other and with potential employers.



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