IJET — the International Japanese/English Translation Conference — may be an annual event, but it’s not often that you can attend it without flying across many timezones. The last time it was held in the UK was eight years ago; IJET-18 Bath, in 2007. In the 26-year history of IJETs, this is the only fourth one to be held in Europe. So for any Japanese linguist based in Europe, IJET-26 York, to be held over a weekend on 20-21 June 2015, is a great opportunity for learning and networking on your home turf.
And if you are also thinking about attending this rather rare European IJET, the early-bird discounts are still available — but only until Tuesday 31 March. The Zenyasai (pre-conference knees-up) tickets are selling out fast, so it’s a good idea to register now and grab your Zenyasai ticket while you’re at it.
What do you get for your discounted ticket price?
- 2 full days of CPD programme crammed full of workshops, talks, panel session and poster presentations
- Networking with fellow Japanese translators and interpreters over lunch, dinner, drinks…
- Chance to visit historic York, one of the most beautiful cities in the UK
To find out more and register, go to http://ijet.jat.org//ijet-26/registration