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Welcome to Lotsawa Rinchen Zangpo Translator Program (LRZTP), one of the leading schools in the formation of specialized interpreters and translators from Tibetan. Our approach to the vast Tibetan knowledge through a Western pedagogical system provides our students with the philosophical terminology as well as interpreting and translation skills required to start working as an interpreter in a Buddhist Dharma center or a free-lance Tibetan translator.

Tibetan Study Programs

All you need to know about our famous two-year Tibetan language interpretation training in Dharamsala, India

Information about our eight-week intensive course, the perfect introduction to Tibetan language

Information about our comprehensive online Tibetan language program where one has an opportunity to study to an advanced level – including Dharma Tibetan

Learn Tibetan at your own pace with private online conversation classes and general language tutoring

LRZTP Students

After successfully completing the program, our students have a variety of options. A few of them continue their Buddhist studies in other universities, some become free-lance translators, and several work as interpreters in Dharma centers around the world. Listen to some of their experiences. 

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LRZTP 8 graduation

LRZTP 8 Completed

LRZTP 8 began on 13th March 2018 with a grand opening ceremony to welcome our new teachers as well as our new team consisting of Dr Filip Majkowski, LRZTP...

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Our Spiritual Teachers

“… to be able to spread Dharma, with that motivation, to spread Dharma, to translate Dharma, that has the greatest benefit, not only in your life, but the greatest benefit for sentient beings, that’s the best gift for sentient beings.”

Lama Zopa Rinpoche talk to LRZTP5, McLeod Ganj, August 10th, 2010

Kyabje Lama Zopa Rinpoche

LRZTP Founder and Spiritual director

For any inquiries please email​ contact@lrztp.org

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Lotsawa Rinchen Zangpo Translators Program is in pending affiliation with the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana tradition – FPMT.

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