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Multi-Language Careers Panel

Windsor 0-05
21/02/2017 (18:00-19:30)
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Want to use your language skills to develop your career? 

Meet a recruiter from Bloomberg and a language trainer working for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.  Also hear from alumni who are using their language skills to develop finance, translating and publishing careers.

Speaker Details:

Zepyur Batikyan (MA Modernism and Modern Literature, 2005) currently works at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office as a Russian and Armenian Language Trainer.  Zepyur is a professional linguist, translator and interpreter with extensive experience in the translation and interpreting industry, foreign language teaching, project coordination, charity funds management, voice over and subtitling and creation of web-site content.

Alyson Coombes (BA Modern Languages, 2012) is an Editorial Assistant supporting editors and publishers with the publication of literary fiction (both original English and in translation).  Alyson also has experience working as a Literary Translator, translating fiction from German into English.

Sam Whatley (BA French and Spanish, 2010) currently works as a Sales Manager for a multilingual communications company, providing advice on technical aspects of translation both to clients and colleagues.  Sam also has experience of working as a Freelance Translator.

Kate Larkin (BA Multilingual Studies. 2007) is a Multilingual Translator specializing in financial translation from French, Italian and Spanish into English.

Also hear from Bloomberg and Teachfirst about how you can use your language skills to develop your career.

Booking is recommended to secure your place, but not essential.


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