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Welcome to the Graduate Program in Translation!

The Graduate Program in Translation began offering courses as an experimental program in 1970. It was officially established by decision of the University of Puerto Rico Academic Senate in 1972. In 1974, after receiving certification from the University Board of Directors, PGT (for its Spanish acronym) was officially incorporated into the College of Humanities Master’s Degree programs, thus becoming one of the first graduate programs in the field. In the years that followed, PGT has been expanded to offer a French-Spanish section and a Post-Master’s Specialized Translation Certificate.

Translation is among the fastest-growing employment sectors. The Graduate Program in Translation at the University of Puerto Rico, one of the oldest...
On December 7, 2018, Fernando García Delgado, defended his thesis titled Cocinando suave: Essays about salsa in Puerto Rico...
On November 14, 2018, Daniel Montaño Ferreira, defended his thesis titled Música, colonialismo, identidad: José Figueroa...
Un análisis de los temas mitológicos presentes en la obra de Jacopo Tintoretto son el tema central de “Tintoretto: últimas...
¿Te interesa trabajar en un organismo internacional? ¿Quieres saber cómo funcionan los organismos internacionales? ¿Quieres...
El Programa Graduado de Traducción (PGT) de la Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Río Piedras, se enorgullece de...
Ven y escucha a nuestro profesor, el Dr. Alejandro Álvarez Nieves, en este conversatorio y lectura sobre su obra poética...

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