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Europe’s Hopes and Dreams and Its Linguistic Reality

The latest publication from Eurobarometer (the survey system that collects statistical data on public opinion in Europe) yielded a series of figures that point to the increasing importance of multilingualism in European societies. In the press release that accompanied the publication of the study, Androulla Vassiliou, European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth, said […]

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European Master’s in Translation (EMT)

All professionals in the translation field know that all too often, our work is undervalued, and it seems that a person who is somewhat fluent in a two languages is automatically ​​able to call himself a “translator.” In order to give this profession the place it deserves and to offer its potential candidates better opportunities, […]

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The Best Universities for Studying Translation and Interpretation

Many times in my life I have come across the same question asked by people I know or strangers on the Internet: how do I become a translator? In my opinion, you have to have a good foundation and solid skills that you have already developed in order to start working as a translator or […]

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