TCLoc, a career-oriented program in technical communication and localization
The Master in Technical Communication and Localization (TCLoc) is a year-long, distance-learning master’s program, taught entirely in English by experts in the fields of technical communication, localization, project management, web technologies, and visual communication. The TCLoc Master’s is a career-oriented program from the Faculty of Languages at the University of Strasbourg that is specially designed for professionals wishing to further their education.
The TCLoc Master’s degree is tailored for professionals and students alike with various academic backgrounds who are eager to gain access to the technical communication and localization markets by improving their skills in the fields covered in the program. TCLoc is the first program in Europe to combine both a master’s degree and an International tekom Professional Level “Technical Communicator (tekom)” certificate.
Technical communication and localization:
a growing market with a high employment rate
Language industry revenue in 2016
Source: Common Sense Advisory
TCLoc, a career-oriented program
Obtain a master’s degree from the University of Strasbourg and an International “Technical Communicator (tekom) Professional Level” tekom Certificate.
Localization is the process of adapting products or content (e.g. software, websites and technical documentation) to a foreign market. It combines translation and adaptation of design and technical elements in order to optimize targeted user experience.
Technical communication is a broad field that covers any form of communication concerning technical or specialized topics or the use of technology as a means of communication (e.g. web pages, help files and user manuals).
Web technology relates to the interface between web servers and their clients. It encompasses markup languages, programming interfaces and languages, as well as standards for document identification and display.
Project management is the effective and efficient application of principles, concepts, skills, tools, and techniques to project activities in order to meet project requirements within the given constraints from conception to completion.