Join us for a dynamic virtual workshop that offers an in-depth exploration of consecutive interpreting. Designed for both budding and seasoned linguists, this workshop is poised to present effective strategies and address the common challenges encountered in the practice of consecutive interpreting.

Event Highlights:

  • Guidance from Masters: The workshop will be led by elite students from the Master of Arts in Translation program, bringing fresh perspectives and innovative approaches to the field.

  • Collaborative Experience: Engage in an interactive online environment where knowledge meets practical application, enhancing your skills through collective insight.

  • Expand Your Network: Connect with like-minded professionals and peers, fostering relationships that go beyond the virtual realm.

Event Details:

  • Date: Monday, November 6
  • Time: 8:00 PM
  • Venue: This is a virtual workshop. Access details will be provided upon registration.

Admission: Complimentary for all participants.


  • Ensure your participation by scanning the QR code provided in the image.


Embark on this journey to refine your interpreting skills and gain valuable insights from the front-runners of translation studies.


Join us for an engaging virtual workshop on Sight Translation, where we delve into the methodologies and challenges of translating documents at first sight. This workshop is specifically tailored for translators who aim to refine their skills and overcome the typical obstacles encountered in this specialized practice.

Event Highlights:

  • Specialized Skill Development: Learn the intricacies of sight translation, a crucial skill for on-demand translation tasks.

  • Expert-Led Guidance: Receive insights and strategies from experienced professionals and educators within the field.

  • Networking Opportunity: Connect with fellow translators and build your professional network in an enriching environment.

Event Details:

  • Date: Monday, October 30
  • Time: 8:00 PM
  • Venue: Join this virtual event from the comfort of your own space. Details to be provided post-registration.

Admission: Free for all interested participants.


  • Reserve your place by scanning the QR code.

Embark on this educational journey to enhance your sight translation abilities and network with industry experts.


The Alumni Unit of the Faculty of Languages and Translation (FLT) cordially invites all students to attend a forthcoming webinar, with particular emphasis on those pursuing Master's and Doctoral degrees. The webinar, titled "Best Practices of Teaching the English Language," will be presented by Ms. Anjum Mishu. The event is scheduled for Monday, October 23, 2023, at 8:00 PM.

Webinar Link:

Join us on October 23rd at 8 pm for an enriching session delivered by the Translation Unit that delves into the realms of interpreting. This event emphasizes the significance of both professional skills and ethical considerations and is a collaborative effort to foster a deeper understanding of interpreting's crucial aspects, bridging the gap between theory and practice.

We look forward to the active participation of our esteemed faculty, students, and all individuals passionate about the world of interpreting. Together, we aim to enhance our collective knowledge, ensuring that the principles of professionalism and ethics remain at the forefront of our practice.

Click on the image below to participate at the scheduled time.

We are pleased to extend an invitation to our forthcoming webinar on "Developing and Practicing Positive Influencing Skills in the Workplace," scheduled to take place on 18th October 2023 at 11:00 am.

Presented by, Ms. Tanzina Halim and Ms. Sanjida Halim, this timely event aims to explore the nuances and methodologies that are pivotal for effective influence within professional settings. The interactive session will delve into key themes such as ethical influence, communication strategies, and practical applications to achieve mutually beneficial outcomes.

AlKhaleej Company invites you to participate in the 9th Annual Forum, "Problems and Solutions for Learning English". The deadline for proposals is the 30th of December. The committee will choose the best proposals to introduce in the forum. Of note, this forum is in cooperation with the Faculty of Languages and Translation and the English Language Center. For more details on submitting your proposals, please click here





In order to fulfill its commitment to preparing students for the future job market in all programs at the Faculty of Languages & Translation, we are pleased to announce the availability of virtual work experience programs that give students a genuine career advantage with Fortune 500 companies on the Forage platform. The thematic areas of the initial virtual work experience programs offered are as follows:

1. Banking
2. Strategy
3. Human Resource
4. Client Research and Problem Identification
5. Logical Thinking in the Workplace (critical thinking)

The virtual internships, which you can place on your resume and LinkedIn, are self-paced and entirely online. If you are interested, please click sign up in the link below to enroll in the online courses.

Thank you,

Alumni Unit
Faculty of Languages & Translation

Click on the photo below to be redirected to a recording of the self-paced webinar.