AzSTC Announces 2021 Language Qualifying Exams

AzSTC Announces 2021 Language Qualifying Exams

The Azerbaijan State Translation Centre (AzSTC) is pleased to announce the next stage of qualifying exams with a view to improving the quality of language and translation and identifying translators that meet certain standards of the translation profession across the country.

Two-stage exams in sociology and politics, science and technology, finance, and economics, humanitarian, media, medicine, law and other subject areas for translations will be offered in different languages. Candidates who obtain a passing mark will receive certification.

Applicants must email a copy of their ID and a copy of their updated CV to info@aztc.gov.az  or submit them in person to our office at 74 Alimardan Topchubashov Street, Nasimi District no later than Wednesday 31st March 2021.

Note:  1. In the link ‘Topic’, please indicate the language and your subject area.

            2. Qualification exams are fee-based.

Contact: Tel:  (+994 12) 595-10-69 (int. 107)

 

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