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Translation graduates winning three ITI awards

1 June 2021

The School of Modern Languages (SML) congratulates three MA Translation graduates for their recognition in this year's Institute for Translation and Interpreting (ITI) Awards.

Three of our recent MA Translation graduates have been recognised in this year’s Institute for Translation and Interpreting (ITI) Awards. ITI is the only UK-based independent professional membership association for practising translators, interpreters and language service providers. Founded in 1986, it has over 3,000 members, both in the UK and internationally.

The School of Modern Languages offers congratulations to the following enthusiastic ambassadors for their profession:

  • Hayley Wood (MA Translation, 2014) was awarded the John Hayes Prize for excellence in translation, for the best translation submitted as part of an ITI Membership application.
  • Emma Mandley (MA Translation, 2015) was co-winner of the Best Performance on a Translation Assignment for her translation from Italian of Byzantine and Sasanian Silver, Enamels and Works of Art by Marco Aimone, published by Thames and Hudson (2020). The other co-winner of this prize, Kim Sanderson, is also a Bristol alumna (BA French and German, 1998). She won for her translation from German of Christoph Schnoor’s Le Corbusier’s Practical Aesthetic of the City. The treatise ‘La Construction des villes’ of 1910/11, published by Routledge (2020).
  • Claire Storey (MA Translation, 2018) was named Outreach Champion for activities including volunteering for Business Language Champions, participating in careers events at local primary schools, and being an active member of the @worldkidlit team.

Further information

Find more information about the Awards and this year’s winners here.

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