TYPES OF TRANSLATION AND INTERPRETING
STIP Rijeka gathers more than 50 professionals who provide their services of translation and interpreting of more than 30 fields of expertise in more than 15 languages.
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Members of STIP Rijeka offer high-quality written translations and have a long translating and interpreting experience and education. In case of a translation which requires a subject matter expertise (medicine, law, tourism, economy and other fields), pay attention to the area of expertise of the translator. Also, take into consideration that specialised translations related to a narrow topic require more time than general translations. In case of a large amount of texts and short deadlines, you can rely on a cooperation between our translators who share their work with colleagues in order to provide you with a high-quality translation as soon as possible. The price depends on the complexity of the document and it is based on the length of the text in the source language (the language from which it is being translated) and the number of the translated units. In accordance with the Croatian Association of Scientific and Technical Translators, one unit contains 1500 characters (including spaces).
Court interpreters translate written or spoken text at the request of the court, state authority, legal or natural person from the language used in public administration into a foreign language, from a foreign language into the language used in public administration or from one foreign language into another. Click here to find out more about the duties of court interpreters. Certified translations of the following documents are often required: grades transcripts, university degrees, legal acts, certificates and medical findings.
Our court interpreters have a long translating experience, the authority and all necessary licences to issue certified translations. Moreover, STIP Rijeka regularly organizes court interpreter training sessions approved by the Ministry of Justice.
Whispered interpreting (chuchotage)
- Economy and finances
- Medicine and pharmacy
- Mechanical engineering
- Art and art history
- Civil engineering
- Food industry and gastronomy
- EU and international relations
- Ecology and environmental protection