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The next program starts on August 19, 2020.
Applications are accepted between November 1 and March 1, with acceptance decisions to be made by April 1. Late applications may be considered if places remain.
To apply to the Master of Arts in Translation, Textual Interpretation and Philology, one must complete the following steps:
After submitting the application, qualified applicants will be asked to submit a translation sample and may be asked to take a placement test in either Tibetan or Sanskrit.
Remember to click the Save button after you complete each field. Once you have completed the requirements, declare that your application is complete. You can save your incomplete application at any point and come back to complete it later.
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