Archivos por Etiqueta: Comisión Europea

La profesión de traductor en la Unión Europea

Pym, Anthony , François Grin, et al. (2012 ). [e-Book] The status of the translation profession in the European Union. Luxemburg, European Commission.


This report is a study of the mechanisms by which the status of translators is signalled in the European Union in 2011-12, with comparisons with the United States, Canada and Australia. The report is based on previous surveys and input from some 100 experts and informants. It offers sociological and economic modelling of the way signalling mechanisms affect markets in this field, with specific reference to academic qualifications, professional certifications, membership of associations and years of experience. The report proposes criteria for actions that might be taken to enhance the signalling of status. Status is understood as the presumed value of expert skills, rather than the skills themselves. An individual or group with high status is ideally attributed trustworthiness, prestige, authority, higher pay and a degree of professional exclusivity. However, when the signals of status are weak or confusing, those values are low, market disorder results, and good translators may leave the market. The process of professionalisation can then be seen as the production of efficient signals of status such that good translators stay in the market

Empleo 2011/04/06


Prácticas de Traducción en la Comisión Europea

Prácticas de Traducción Robert Schumann

Becas de estudio en el Servicio de la Comisión Europea de Interpretación de conferencias

Extraemos para vosotros una selección de prácticas que podéis desarrollar en algunas instituciones europeas y mundiales:

Becas de estudio en el Servicio de la Comisión Europea de Interpretación y Conferencias.

Prácticas en la Unesco

Prácticas en CEDEFOP, el Centro europeo de desarrollo de la formación vocacional

Prácticas en el Consejo de Europa

Prácticas en el Centro europeo para las lenguas vivas (ECML)