We foster entrepeneurial competences while translating not-for-profit, in a context that helps our students develop the following:

Creativity and

Ability to work at the highest
professional standards.

Knowledge of the global market and
ability to establish professional contacts.

Technological skills.

Ability to deal with multilingual
content in different formats.

Working as a translator

The UEM’s not-for-profit translation initiative holds a close relationship with different actors in the translation industry –freelance translators, interpreters, project managers, IT departments, international organizations. This opens up the possibilities of our students working in different sectors:

  • Multinational companies
  • International organizations
  • Translation agencies
  • International clients
  • Building their own business
  • Official bodies

Some advice for starting in the Translation industry