Translation and Interpreting in Higher Education

 

With university attendance growing and globalization increasing the links between countries, Higher Education saw the number of international students reach 2.5 million in 2009, according to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO, 2009). Therefore, research and teaching in Higher Education is now conducted on a global platform with an increasaing number of international University partnerships, international research groups and academic collaboration.

Conferences facilitating the presentation and discussion of the latest research take place at universities and institutions across the globe and it is important that language is not an obstacle. With increasing global competition in academic research and between universities, it is essential that academic staff and research groups can attend conferences, network with others in academia and acquire the knowledge to keep up-to-date with the latest global research. For this reason, TJC Global has a network of specialist translators and interpreters spanning a range of academic subjects that stretches from the environmental sciences to business studies.

Please see www.tjc-oxford.com/translation and www.tjc-oxford.com/interpreting for a comprehensive list of the subject fields we cover. Below are some examples:

–         Environmental and Life sciences

–         Arts and social sciences

–         Medicine and Pharmaceuticals

–         Finance and Economics

–         Law

We can therefore provide translators and interpreters who use and understand the necessary technical terminology for your needs, at locations all over the world. Please visit our website www.tjc-oxford.com for further information.

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