Admissions for Certificate in Translation & Interpreting for Non-Matriculated Students

Admissions Information for Non-Rutgers/Non-Matriculated Students
(Certificate in Spanish<>English Translation and Certificate of Translation and Interpreting)
The Spanish Translation Certificate Program is offered to members of the community who meet the entrance requirements to the certificate program and are granted admission to Rutgers University. 
It is recommended to apply to the Certificate of T&I first. Upon acceptance to the program, applicants should then apply as a non-matriculated student at Rutgers.   For more information regarding admission as a non-matriculated student at Rutgers, please click on the links below: 
  • Admission as a non-matriculated student at the School of Continuing Studies, please click here .
  • Admission as a non-matriculated student at the School of Arts and Sciences, please click here.

 Applicants seeking  to apply to the Certificate of Translation & Interpreting program must submit the following:

  • Cover letter
  • College transcripts and/or  proof of employment as a translator/interpreter   
  • Two essays (400-500 words, double space)
    Essays are to be written in English and Spanish indicating your background in both
    languages, why you want to take the courses and your future goals.
  • Application materials should be mailed or faxed to:
    Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Rutgers University
    Academic Building
    15 Seminary Place
    New Brunswick, NJ 08901
    Fax: (732) 932-9837
    Attn: Translation & Interpreting Certificate

Important Notes:

  • Coursework taken as a non-degree student carries no degree credit.
  • In-coming non-matriculated students may have to take a placement exam prior to registering for courses.

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