German Translator exam without college
Thread poster: cochrum

cochrum
Germany
Local time: 00:41
German to English
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Nov 15, 2001

I just found out that you can take a translator exam through the \"Staatliches Pruefungsamt\" and the University of Mainz without actually having gone to college.

The exam can be taken in different languages, with German either being the native language or the secondary language.

registration deadline for the next exam is 15 May 2002, so you have plenty of time to get your application in.

Here is the link for anyone interested:


http://www.fask.uni-mainz.de/ze/pruef/presse-mitt.html


 

Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 00:41
English to German
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Staatliches Prüfungsamt in Darmstadt Nov 15, 2001

Hi.

That possibility has existed for some time, at least in Hesse: I passed my exam in 1997, at the \"Staatliches Prüfungsamt\" in Darmstadt. The process goes on for approx. 4 months - don\'t hesitate to contact me for details (sorry - bit too tied up to write it all down here...).


 

Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 00:41
English to German
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More info... Nov 15, 2001

...hi again!

Have a look at the thread posted by \'ChristinaT\' in the \'Getting established\' forum; there\'s quite a lot of info on this subject in there!


HTH - Ralf


 


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