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Results - SapiTranslatio 3.0 translation contest

The Department of Applied Linguistics at Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Faculty of Technical and Human Sciences Târgu Mureș organized SapiTranslatio for the third time on November 22, 2018. A record number of participants attended the event: 212 contestants for the English-Hungarian/Romanian language pair, and 37 for the German-Hungarian/Romanian language pair. 32 high school teachers and university professors registered pupils and students for the event from the following institutions:

1.      Alexandru Papiu Ilarian National College, Targu Mures;

2.      Bocskai István Theoretical High School, Miercurea Nirajului;

3.      Bolyai Farkas Theoretical High School, Targu Mures;

4.      II. Rákóczi Ferenc Roman Catholic High School, Targu Mures;

5.      Lucian Blaga High School, Reghin;

6.      Mihai Eminescu National Pedagogical College, Targu Mures;

7.      Petru Maior High School, Reghin.

8.      Unirea National College, Targu Mures;

Four universities also attended the event with BA and MA students:

1.      Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania (Faculty of Economics, Socio-Human Sciences and Engineering Miercurea Ciuc and Faculty of Technical and Human Sciences Targu Mures).

2.      University of Arts from Targu Mures;

3.      University of Medicine, Pharmacy, Sciences and Technology of Targu Mures

4.      West University of Timisoara;

 

The papers were evaluated by a team of 19 readers, and the following pupils and students were awarded prizes and honorable mentions on November 23, 2018:

ENGLISH, high school

1.      Iulia Moldovan, First Prize, 90 points, Lucian Blaga High School, Reghin;

2.      Adela Grama, Second Prize, 89 points, Lucian Blaga High School, Reghin;

3.      Vlad-Călin Ceontea, Third Prize, 88 points, Alexandru Papiu Ilarian National College, Targu Mures;

Honorable mentions:

Iris-Rozalia Neag, 86 points, Alexandru Papiu Ilarian National College, Targu Mures;

Patrisia Pașcan, 86 points, Lucian Blaga High School, Reghin;

Raluca Pop, 86 points, Lucian Blaga High School, Reghin;

Buta-Józsa Ingrid, 85 points, Bolyai Farkas Theoretical High School, Targu Mures;

Andreea Ariana Fazakas, 85 points, Alexandru Papiu Ilarian National College, Targu Mures;

 

GERMAN, high school

1.      Máday Orsolya, First Prize, 80 points, Bolyai Farkas Theoretical High School, Targu Mures;

2.      Wagner Thomas, Second Prize, 76 points, Bolyai Farkas Theoretical High School, Targu Mures;

3.      Blaskievics Raymond, Third Prize, 65 points, Mihai Eminescu National Pedagogical College, Targu Mures;

ENGLISH, university

1.      Andreea Cîrcu, First Prize, 98 points, West University of Timisoara;

2.      Maria Eşanu, Second Prize, 96 points, West University of Timisoara;

3.      Jakab-Tatár Edina, Third Prize, 90 points, Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania (Faculty of Technical and Human Sciences Targu Mures).

Honorable mentions:

Roxana-Maria Gorgos, 89 points, West University of Timisoara;

Mihai Merk Eberhat, 88 points, West University of Timisoara;

Razman Noémi-Katalin, 88 points, Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania (Faculty of Technical and Human Sciences Targu Mures).

Sükös Imola, 88 points, Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania (Faculty of Economics, Socio-Human Sciences and Engineering Miercurea Ciuc).

 

GERMAN, university

1.      Adorjáni Roland-Jonathán, First Prize, 76 points, Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania (Faculty of Technical and Human Sciences Targu Mures);

2.      Burján Csenge, Second Prize, 70 points, Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania (Faculty of Technical and Human Sciences Targu Mures);

3.      Razman Noémi-Katalin, Third Prize, 69,6 points, Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania (Faculty of Technical and Human Sciences Targu Mures).

 

The Faculty of Technical and Human Sciences Targu Mures offered financial rewards for the Prizes I., II. and III. Furthermore, the contestants enjoyed the generous sponsorship of two reputable companies and a private donation:

·         Kilgray company offered a professional license of memoQ translation environment (€ 620) to Andreea Cîrcu;

·         PC HOUSE(Multiplan Electronics Ltd.) from Targu Mures offered3 Dell Chromebooks to Iulia Moldovan, Adela Grama, and Orsolya Máday (total value of almost 1600 lei ~ € 340).

·         Mrs. Mária Tóth (Budapest, Hungary) offered 4 Hungarian-English books to 4 students attending Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania: Jakab-Tatár Edina, Razman Noémi-Katalin, Sükös Imola, Rappert Balázs.

We would like to thank our generous sponsors their donations this way as well!

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