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The internship programme is an outstanding opportunity, particularly for exchange or Erasmus students, to enhance their English language skills, gain an insight into the translation industry and take on the responsibility to complete varied tasks. Essentially, due to the educational and supportive approach of the Absolute team, our company is the perfect environment to put all that you have learnt at university into practice for real-life scenarios.
The responsibilities of a Translation Intern are challenging yet rewarding.
Sharon Corrias: “I personally believe that doing a Translation Internship in the UK in an interpreting and Translation Company especially at Absolute Interpreting and Translations Ltd is essential for those who wish to improve their English along with practicing translation or interpreting jobs. In addition, it really helps to get an idea of what working in such companies involves and to see what actually lies behind the provision of an interpreting and translation service.”
Patricia: “After this experience I can say that I am experienced enough to work in any Translation and Interpreting Company.”
Virginia Piergentili: “In fact, working at this company has helped me develop my spoken skills and so my self-confidence, has broadened my horizons because of all the new things I learned from people coming from different backgrounds and was a good opportunity to get in touch with the world of work.”
Caroline: “The translation internship at Absolute Interpreting and Translations was first of all a splendid adventure. Meeting new people from different cultures, getting to know their customs not only enriched my knowledge but also made me more sensitive to other cultures.”
Giulia Pasqualini: “At last, I would recommend other students to do this kind of internship in a translation and interpreting company like Absolute Interpreting and Translations Ltd because they will have the opportunity to deal with different tasks and then improve their skills.”