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  1. Teresa López González talks about her experience studying Conference Interpreting as an MA in the London Metropolitan University. I figured this would be an interesting topic for those of you considering college tuition and joining the field of interpreting. For those of you who are not aware, interpreting has a language classification. That's A, B and C. A is your main fluent language. B is your secondary fluent language that is not your mother tongue. And C is a language you understand fully but which you do not work with. Seems like this course in particular is keen on making the student learn about the tools of the trade much more than the theory of it. Very important! You can check the full interview here. She also talks about some of the details on the course and what she believes would help improve it in the full article. Have you researched where to study interpreting? Do you have your own story to share on this matter? Let us know!