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Academic translations by Globale Kommunikation Munich promote international research exchange

08-26-2013 05:39 PM CET | Science & Education

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The linguistic world of science is unique, comparable with the specialist language used in the administrative or legal sectors. Only experts who are professionally at ease in this world can truly extract information from the respective technical terms used. Globale Kommunikation Munich offers the perfect quality in 90 target languages for constructive international exchange through high-quality academic translations.

When it comes to specialist publications, it is imperative that the vocabulary never turns into gibberish for the recipient in the target country. Therefore, research is a key element in the translation tasks of our native speaker experts. As a technical aid, Globale Kommunikation Munich uses the TRADOS translation memory tool to ensure that academic vocabulary is translated consistently and accurately.

»It doesn’t matter in the slightest whether you need a translation of general correspondence, instruction manuals, reports or product presentations. «
© Quotation: Globale Kommunikation Munich (Translation)

Doctoral theses, study reports or Masters theses on the same topic support professional endeavours and exchange amongst specialists. These academic translations are making academic progress possible an increasingly international affair. Facts are reproduced in a format in English or Turkish that is just as easy to understand as the format in Japanese, for example. For good measure, Globale Kommunikation Munich goes one step further:

On the basis of the »Four-Eye« principle, every academic translation is double checked by native speakers with the same qualifications as the translator. For any combination, e.g. source language German, target language Arabic, our careful proofreading will ensure that no ambiguous vocabulary will creep into the final translation. The result of this careful handling is a study or research paper that meets the highest academic standards in any of the 90 target languages offered. It is only through ensuring this level of quality that the linguistically diverse world of science can use information from the four corners of the earth to make further progress.

About Globale-Kommunikation Munich:
Globale-Kommunikation Munich translates subject texts into 90 target languages. The translators are subject and language specialists and of course native speakers of the selected target language. Search engine optimization, web services and much more create complete presentation projects. Individuals or businesses, students or managers - the same standards of quality and commitment are open to all customers. Globale-Kommunikation Munich always calculates the most customer-friendly pricing model. The corporate philosophy is that the world has become smaller and language barriers must be overcome quickly and inexpensively.

Globale-Kommunikation Munich is a member of the European Federation of National Associations of Translators (EUATC) as well as the »American Translators Association« (Association for the maintenance of international translation services of all subject areas – abbreviated, ata). In May 2012, the translation agency has been included in the QSD, the Professional Association of QUALITY LANGUAGE SERVICES GERMANY, NPO. This membership requires continuous high-quality customer work in the services of global communication.

Globale-Kommunikation Munich
Terofalstr. 103
80689 Munich
Phone: 089-72609739


CEO / contact person – Dr. Nardina Alongi

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