If I graduate from the institute with a major in Hospitality, can I be an interpreter

If I graduate from the institute with a major in Hospitality, can I be an interpreter?

If I graduate from the institute with the specialty "Hotel business", can I be an interpreter?

  1. Are you a daughter of a Klichko or what?
  2. Hi

    Specialty "hotel business" is a very interesting thing. Theoretically, they must know geography and language. In fact, they do not know either one or the other. The entire course of their lectures consists of frank stupidity in the style: "food in hotels, guests can be fed with apples, but if there are no apples, you can not feed apples." Geography is in their infancy. Language, too.
    In general, in normal state universities I did not meet the specialty of "hotel business". This new-fashioned garbage in universities "private", or so-called. "paid." I taught at this university. Frankly speaking, everyone is taken there, indiscriminately and competitively, only if you stop paying for your studies. To enter there at least for an interpreter, even for an IT module - is not a problem at all. If you do not get the USE - make out for the evening, then 1 September, make out the transfer to the day. So there are no problems here. Of course, you can translate. 6 years of training will make anyone, but your level will not be very high, even if you are good at it (in comparison with Maurice Teresa). Because the contingent there will be weak.

    But if you want good advice, then I can give it to you. If I were you, I would break through to a state university like Maurice Theresa (yes, it costs money, if you do not do it now, you need tutors, otherwise you will not pass), or you would go the way I went. The story is this:
    I studied at the Peoples 'Friendship University of Russia (Peoples' Friendship University). After admission to any faculty, you can go on so-called. "pofak". In fact, this is the first course of the Faculty of Linguistics. At you all year there will be only a language (well and hardly hardly mathematicians). Every day three pairs of tongue, including Saturday. Plus house. Conditions are infernal, the year will be very difficult. Walk a week - there will be no chance to catch up. But after that you go to the first year of the faculty, where you did it - at least medical, even engineering, at least physics, etc., and you get the language through a strengthened program. In the end, you get two diplomas - an interpreter and a specialty, which you received. If you have a problem with USE scores - choose the faculty that is not in competition. Some kind of "design of a machine tool". Next - the language, and then sorenitirueshsya - or transferred to another faculty, or there you will finish your studies ...

    Just do not do anything stupid and do not file documents for "economic" or "legal". There, all the places are already bought a hundred times, you do not shine (and not only you, nothing personal here). There is an opinion that the medical fact is also only criminal, but I do not know for sure.

    I wrote a little chaotically, for sure you have questions, ask, I'll be happy to answer. it's just very nice to see a student who is drawn to knowledge and knows what he wants 🙂

  3. you can, of course, enter the hotel business, wean the year, pull up the story, and this is possible if you have a goal and desire. and the next year to enroll in an interpreter. In addition, in the hotel business, too, learn languages.

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