The Linguist

The Linguist 58-1 Feb-Mar2019

The Linguist is a languages magazine for professional linguists, translators, interpreters, language professionals, language teachers, trainers, students and academics with articles on translation, interpreting, business, government, technology

Issue link:

Contents of this Issue


Page 1 of 35

Requirements are: • applicants should have teaching experience and be educated to degree level. • applicants must have a demonstrable command of their chosen language or dialect • successful applicants will have a keen eye for detail. We offer: • a powerful insight into the teaching and assessment of Cambridge qualications • support in developing your own professional practice • the highest standards of training and support • freelance opportunities which fit around your existing commitments. Become an examiner with Cambridge We are growing and over 10 000 schools in more than 160 countries are now part of our Cambridge learning community. We are welcoming new examiners across the range of over 45 languages offered within the Cambridge curriculum but are in particular need of examiners for languages spoken in Europe and Asia, as well as Indian and Southern African languages. To apply to be an examiner, please visit An opportunity for all CIOL members to benefit from one another's knowledge and experience As a mentee you receive individual advice and guidance tailored to your specific career goals. As a mentor you can use your skills and experience to support and develop fellow linguists at various stages of their careers. All members now have access to CIOL Mentoring as a benefit of membership. It's now easier than ever to get involved. To find out more and register visit MOTIVATION GOAL SUCCESS "My mentor has given me information that has changed the way I proceed with my career" "A unique and wonderful opportunity to exchange what we have learnt in our field"

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

Archives of this issue

view archives of The Linguist - The Linguist 58-1 Feb-Mar2019