Qualifications for Translators
Thread poster: ikooko
ikooko
English to Japanese
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Jan 13, 2005

I am currently in localization business in UK, but I'm thinking I would like to be qualified properly as a translator as I have only a degree in English Literature. Any advice would be much appreciated.

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Tatiana Nefyodova  Identity Verified
Russian Federation
Local time: 17:25
English to Russian
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DipTrans IoL Feb 12, 2005

Have you considered IoL's Diploma in Transation? (www.iol.org.uk)

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mstkwasa
Local time: 14:25
English to Japanese
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IoL course at Westminster Feb 13, 2005

Tatiana is absolutely right abou the IoL and this is supplementary. The University of Westminster offers a course to prepare you for the exam (see http://www.wmin.ac.uk/page-1582-coursecode=5784 for further details).

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ikooko
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Thank you Mar 2, 2005

I'll check this out immediately...thanks.

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