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What membership is right for me?
Thread poster: Anja Weggel

Anja Weggel  Identity Verified
Local time: 14:40
Member (2007)
English to German
Jan 3, 2006

Hi everyone,

I hope this is the right forum for this question...
I have been working as a translator for 3 years now and have a university degree in English and German but not a degree in translation studies. I would like to have something more formalized without doing another university degree.
Therefore, my question... there are a lot of associations (plus examinations) around... which one is worth considering? Any ideas on that?

Thanks a lot for your help
Best Wishes for the new year
Anja


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Mario Calvagna
Local time: 13:40
English to Italian
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IOL DIP TRANS Jan 21, 2006

I have just taken the dip trans from IOL. May be you want to look into it.

Look for institute of Linguists on the internet
Mario


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