RWS Campus 

Technology for Universities

Providing Trados technology for teaching and learning in academic institutions as part of RWS Campus

Helping to educate future translators

As part of the RWS Campus we partner with universities to support the teaching of localization technology in linguistics and translation courses, to help students on their journey to becoming localization professionals.

To help prepare students for a successful career in localization we provide Trados technology for teaching in curriculum modules including the CAT tool component. We offer CAT tool knowledge, expertise and training resources to support the academic curriculum.
RWS Campus

RWS Campus Technology for Universities

Supporting Academic Institutions, Lecturers, Students and Graduates.

Lecturers and Institutions

Trados makes it easy for you to provide your language departments with localization software and training.
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Students and Graduates

Trados tools and training helps you build your career and stand out within the translation industry.
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Our Academic Members

Trados has over 600 academic members worldwide. Many of these are listed here.
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Quotes from university lecturers

"You cannot work in translation without a good knowledge of translation technology. We chose Trados Studio as our leading translation software because we know that it is number one in the market. It works well, it’s user friendly and it’s intuitive."
Rudy Loock, University of Lille
"Certification is massively important for the students, especially when they are entering the market with little professional experience. It will give them an advantage above other students from different universities when applying for jobs."
Peng Wang, Ph.D. University of Maryland
"For teaching translation and terminology it is totally clear – MultiTerm is the only viable program if one wants to teach state-of-the-art terminology management,"
Sue Ellen Wright, Kent State University
"Trados Studio helps students to approach their translation tasks by complying with a rigorous and complete workflow that introduces them to the specific features of their forthcoming professional career, thus effectively paving the way for their access to the job market and making their expertise more recognizable."
Marco Zappatore, Adjunct Professor of CAT Laboratory, University of Salento