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Posted by pipsqueak-193810 - Created: 16 years ago
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Posted by Jayne-190005 - 16 years ago

There's a useful article (in French) I came accross on the internet entitled "La carrière d'Interprète vous tente-t-elle?written by Christopher Thiery.The "ESIT" in Paris seems to be the best university to study to become an interpreter/translator in France, but I would be interested to hear if there are possibilities to train locally on the Cote d'Azur, and what qualifications etc are required.Thanks to anyone who can give me some info.

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Posted by Jayne-190005 - 16 years ago

I would also be interested in receiving information as to studying to become a translator/interpreter.Thanks

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Posted by Richard06 - 16 years ago

Yep hi there, very good topic as i would like info on that aswell.

I think yes you do have to go threw grasse and it's a nightmare out here for paperwork!!!

But if you do find out would you be kind enouth to let me know?

E-mail : grandkelb@hotmail.com

everything is cool!