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Interpreters work behind the scenes at a variety of international events, including diplomatic encounters, business meetings or scientific congresses, bridging cross-cultural divides.
Interpreting services are multifaceted. In some cities, such as Brussels, Geneva, New York or Paris there are many international conferences and meetings, and a correspondingly large number of interpreters.
Are you eligible for training? What skills are required? Where can you train? What makes a good interpreting course?
Staff interpreters are permanent employees of national or international organisations such as NATO, the United Nations, the European Institutions, and many more.