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Bachelor of Arts in Chinese-English Translation and Interpretation
(Applicable to 2023/2024 intake and onwards)

International Recognition

This programme has been reviewed by the Academic Quality Agency for New Zealand Universities (AQA)


The programme aims to (1) develop students' English and Chinese communication skills, which they will need to serve as effective and responsible intermediaries between the two languages; and (2) enhance students' awareness of their prospective roles as language specialists in government, business and the professions in Macau's multilingual community.


4 years

Credit Requirements

120 credits

Teaching Language

Chinese and English


Both daytime and evening programme

Exchange Opportunity 

One-year exchange study to Australia or Beijing is available.*

* The costs of accommodation, transportation and related living expenses during the exchange in Australia or Beijing are to be borne by the student.

Career Prospects

Graduates are employed as professional translators in the public or private sectors, as teachers of English, and as office staff in various Chinese or foreign institutions or enterprises. Graduates have the pathway to the Master of Arts in Chinese Translation and Interpreting at the University of Queensland (Australia). Students in Macao can proceed to the Master’s programme in Foreign Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, a joint Master’s programme between the Beijing Language and Culture University and the Macao Polytechnic University.


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