One of the best things about the MA in Translation and Interpreting at Surrey are the practical classes on consecutive interpreting. During my time at Surrey I learned how to balance my workload and gained an understanding of the career I would like to go into after graduating. By going to the careers events organised by the University, I was able to discover so many different career paths that I didn’t know existed.
I work in a translation company and I really enjoy being in contact with so many recent graduates. Through my work, I can help them start their careers. My advice to students at Surrey would be to go to the careers fairs and take the opportunity to have your CV and cover letter reviewed, as this was a great service and so helpful.