Neil Munro has spent his entire professional career working as an interpreter at the European institutions and has acquired extensive experience of testing – initially as a victim (or should that be as a candidate?!) and subsequently as a speaker and selection board member. Continue reading
Renée HAFERKAMP is a graduate from Brussels and Geneva University (Philosophie et Lettres). She is a former director general of the European Commission, and has participated in all the important milestones of the European Union, from the period of Paul-Henri Spaak and Jean Monnet to Jacques Delors and José Manuel Durao Barroso. Continue reading
This year was a very special year for the annual SCIC Universities Conference, as we were celebrating its 20th edition! The title of the conference was
In late 2015, Apple have released a new version of their operating system for iPhones and iPads: iOS 9. Why should you care? You’ll find out in this video.
iOS 9 works on all existing iPads – except for the very first one, which, alas, does not have enough power to run it. Now let’s take a closer look. Continue reading
Antón Vialle, un dos tradutores do ‘Ulises’
[Entrevista publicada en REAL ACADEMIA GALEGA]
If I remember well in which mood I was in June 1974 after I passed my final exam at ESIT in Paris, I felt a sigh of relief at the thought that I had finally reached the end of a very demanding training path, but in the back of my head I feared that this decisive step would only mark the beginning of a new challenge; in a word, I was wondering whether embarking on a conference interpreter’s career would enable me to grow and make my dreams come true.