EUMASLI #4 emerges from the mists!

In two exciting recent events, the shape and character of the EUMASLI experience that will begin in 2021 has begun to take a solid form as it appears from the swirling fog of questions we have all encountered during pandemic-hit 2020. Previous rounds of EUMASLI have thrown up the slogan ’Are you going with me?’ […]

Theses – what are they about?

Students in EUMASLI have written theses on many subjects, some of which have been published. We hope to publish more of them in time, but for now here are four the process so far to give a flavour of what it’s all about. EUMASLI began as a result of a curriculum development project, funded within the EU Socrates Programme in […]

Should I apply to EUMASLI?

Q&A by EUMASLI graduates 30th July Have you got some questions about EUMASLI? Not sure whether it’s something for you? You are warmly welcome to join a Zoom-meeting by our alumni Karolien Gebruers, Sandra Schügerl and Leyre Subijana. They are hosting a two-hour Questions & Answers event, to support future EUMASLI students. They have promised […]

What do you learn in EUMASLI?

To have a look of the content of studies in EUMASLI, you can read more about it in page Programme, and have a look at Okan Kubus’ short introduction in International Sign below. Are you still not sure if you should apply? Have a look at the information on page Application. You can always apply, […]

What did you think of EUMASLI? Thoughts from students

“For me, EUMASLI  was rich of learning experiences and rich of encounters, both with experts in the profession and with the 23 other participants from 13 different countries. I’ve learned so much that I can only recommend you to take part in this wonderful adventure!” “If you want to take your interpreter-self further, go for […]

Introducing EUMASLI staff – part 2

Introducing the EUMASLI team  Teaching in EUMASLI happens in cooperation. Here is a short introduction (in English) of the staff members from Heriot-Watt, Magdeburg-Stendahl and Humak, but also some external members, who you will be meeting during studies. We’ve also published some introductions in IS. Robert Adam is Assistant Professor in the Department of Languages […]

Introducing EUMASLI staff – part 1

Eumasli is run jointly by three partners: University of Applied Sciences Magdeburg-Stendal (Germany), Humak University of Applied Sciences (Finland) and Heriot-Watt University (Edinburgh, Scotland). Here is a short peek to who you will be meeting during studies: The video above is in International Sign, without subtitles. Introduction of staff in English is available on this […]

What is the phenomenon we call EUMASLI?

If you are reading this, you must be curious about EUMASLI. Excellent! What is this phenomenon we call EUMASLI? How has it become so widely talked about around the world in the last decade? EUMASLI is an extraordinary taught programme for interpreters working at advanced levels with signed languages. Is that you? These words are […]