Graduates of the Translation and Localization Management (TLM) program manage projects for global organizations and corporations seeking to translate an idea or product into other languages and cultures.
Launching Your Career
There is a great need for localization professionals who are proficient in translation, technology, and business skills. Middlebury Institute alumna and career advisor Winnie Heh offers advice for prospective students on how to prepare for these new career opportunities. Watch the recording of this online discussion.
This information is compiled from surveys of the Classes of 2011–2016 and refers to the first job after graduation (unless otherwise stated).
“I continue to be amazed by the caliber of graduates the Institute turns out year after year. In particular, I'm impressed with the localization management skills that MIIS infuses in its students. MediaLocate recruits many of its best project and account managers from the Institute because they come with language as well as business smarts specifically tailored to the needs of fast-paced, quality-driven technology firms in the Silicon Valley.”
—Stephan Lins, CEO, Medialocate
China; Germany; Japan; Taiwan; United States
Employment Status (One Year After Graduation, %)
Salary (U.S. BASED, EMPLOYED FULL TIME)
Secured Opportunity: 100%
Locations: United States, Canada
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