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Association of Danish Authorized Translators ~ Translatшrforeningen (ADAT)


Name Association of Danish Authorized Translators ~ Translatшrforeningen
Short NameADAT
Organization typeAssociation
Web sitehttp://www.translatorforeningen.dk/
CountryDenmark
DescriptionThe members of the Association of Danish Authorized Translators are all trained translators or graduates from the Danish Business Universities (MA in Applied Languages). They are authorized by the Danish State to work as translators and interpreters.






The Danish title of "translatr" (State Authorized Translator and Interpreter) is protected by law, and only state authorized translators are entitled to produce certified translations.
Type of OrganizationAssociation
Admission criteria Does not have admission criteria (or not applicable).
TrainingDoes not offer training.
CredentialOffers credential(s).

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