My name is László Péter and I am a native Hungarian speaker.
By being a dedicated, 23-year-old young man who is seeking for new challenges, in my opinion, I consider myself suitable for the job. I graduated high school in Saint George, the faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science from Székely Mikó Kollégium. In the very early phase of high school I realized that I am not fascinated by Mathematics or Computer Science. I started to concentrate more on the humanistic part of sciences, more precisely on literature and languages and soon I developed a passion towards them. At the end of 12th class I decided to take the Cambridge First Certificate in English examination. Not surprisingly, that was the most difficult exam so far, because my knowledge required more improvement and polishing. It necessitated from me a lot of energy and dedication, which led to be fully aware of how much work there is still waiting for me.
After high school I started learning Universal and Compared Literature – English Language and Literature at the faculty of Sapientia, Miercurea-Ciuc. I graduated in 2014. After getting my bachelor degree I continued my studies there on the Translation and Interpretation Master’s program on the faculty of Economic and Human Sciences. We started the master’s program in Debrecen in the University of Debrecen where I was taught by dr. univ., Ph.D Péter Szaffkó and Dr. Zsolt Virágos, so for a half year I was attending classes abroad which resulted in an outstanding professional experience for me. Now I am a second year student in masters.
As far as my personality is concerned I would describe myself as a motivated, devoted person who is striving for achieving the best. I believe in the forging force of team-work and I am willing to work in team.
I strongly believe that this opportunity will facilitate both my short and long term career aspirations and at the same time I could be a member of a good, professional team. This is my chance to fulfill one of my plans, more specifically to use and improve my knowledge, enhance my skills, interact with people and last but not least to gain more theoretical and practical understanding of this subject.
Finally, I would like to inform you that I am free on any day, if you wish me to attend an interview or to contact me on phone or e-mail.