Male, Date of birth 13.02.1973, Bulgarian
Dobrich 9300, Bulgaria
Email – [email protected]
Web – http://nikikulev.blogspot.com/
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Skype – nikikulev2003
o Dobrich, English Language High School – 1987-1992
o - Two terms (one academic year) course in Transport Engineering at the University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy in Sofia, Bulgaria – 1995-1996
o Shumen, Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen – 2009-2013 – Bachelor of Arts, English Philology and Early English Language Teaching
o Teacher in English in Dobrich, Bulgaria
– High School English Teacher – 1992- at present.
o Freelancer translator – 1997- at present
I have more than 15 years of experience as a translator in various fields such as Agriculture, Agronomy and Crop Science, Aquaculture, Banking and Financial, Biology, Buildings, Chemistry, Child Care, Civil Engineering, Computer and Information Sciences, Computer Games and Gambling, Electronic Games, Culinary Arts, Data Processing, Ecology, Economics, Education, Engineering, Environmental Science, Finance, Forestry, Geography, Heating, Air Condition and Refrigeration, History, Hospitality, Humanities and Humanistic Studies, Internet, Journalism and Mass Communication, Legal matter, Manufacturing (Metal Working and Products, Instruments, Furniture, Printing, Clothing, etc.), Mechanical Engineering, Medicine — Medical Technology, Medicine — Public Health Education and Promotion, Metallurgical Engineering, Mining and Mineral Engineering, Petro chemistry, Physics, Science (General), Tourism and Travel, Transportation.
I have translated more than 10 books which deal with human health and I have translated, with a colleague, a big engineering project, Bulgarian to English, for the European Committee.
• Summer 2015 – 98 000 words project (Economy and Commerce)
• Autumn 2015
– one training course for one of the biggest insurance companies (American one)
– one book (Lifestyle)
– one week as an interpreter for the District court for an exchange program with judges from the EU
• Winter 2015 – two books (Health, medical cares, medical devices and cures)