Cooperative Network Philotrans


Aims of the project

This project aims to establish an innovative academic cooperation network, which brings together and creates a shared educational offer for students of foreign languages as well as translation studies, encompassing a flexible exchange framework for different types of mobility and cooperation.

In the pilot stage of the project, several online courses will be made available for the BA, MA, and PhD students from the partner universities, with some of courses seeing a collaboration between teachers from different institutions. In the next stage, we will identify a series of jointly defined competencies and set up a frame of joint modules based on partially shared and partially complementary competencies of the partners. In the third stage, the partners are planning to offer the possibility to obtain, after the regular graduation, a complementary diploma at one of the partner universities (e.g. an MA certificate for a third foreign language). Finally, we are aiming to create a comprehensive network of philological and translatological didactic modules allowing for different flexible learning paths and conducting to joint degrees which combine key competencies from foreign language philologies and translation studies. The project will establish a whole range of different participation and mobility formats, from online and blended courses as well as short mobilities (< 90 days) up to 1 or 2 stage stays at a partner institution, and will also be supported by teaching mobilities and collaborative courses. In the framework of the project, individual bilateral cooperation schemes (e.g. the planned Double Degrees between HU and SU) will also be made accessible for the students from other partner universities.

Philotrans Course Offer Winter term 2020-21

Philotrans Course Offer Summer term 2021


"This project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union under grant agreement No 612621."

Philotrans 4EU+ Website


Prof. Dr. Vahram Atayan (HU), Professeur Martine Dalmas (SU), Professore ordinario Marina Brambilla (UM), Professore associato Peggy Katelhön (UM), Dr. Tomáš Duběda (CU), Associate Professor Łucja Biel (UW), Norbert Karczmarczyk, Ph.D. (UW)


Prof. Dr. Vahram Atayan (HU), Professeur Martine Dalmas (SU)


Prof. Dr. Vahram Atayan (HU):

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