The Centre for Translation & Interpreting

Studies in Scotland

CTISS is an internationally recognised centre with leading expertise in translation, interpreting and applied linguistics research


The Centre for Translation & Interpreting Studies in Scotland (CTISS) is internationally renowned for the calibre of its research which has been developed over more than 40 years.

Bringing together research expertise across disciplines in translation studies, interpreting and applied language studies, the Centre’s work informs the thinking of government, industry and public bodies in the UK, Europe and beyond.


Aims and Objectives

The overarching aim of CTISS is to build a diverse and coherent body of knowledge which seeks to address socially-relevant issues in Translation and Interpreting Studies across languages and cultures in the global context.


Latest News: Registration for EIRSS 2016 is now open!

EIRSS 2016 offers intensive research training for existing and future scholars in any field of Interpreting and will include a lecture and seminar from our guest speaker Prof. Daniel Gile. It will be relevant to researchers interested in Conference Interpreting as well as Public Service Interpreting, for both spoken and signed languages.