I would like to train as a conference interpreter and my language combination is Italian A, English B and French C. I know that is not enough to apply to work for the EU. I also speak some Norwegian, but my level is well below that required for a C. My question is, is it worth trying to attain a higher level in this language, since it is not one of the official languages? Would it add value to my language combination?
asked 02 Feb, 08:21
Here's the document with the language combinations making you potentially eligible for a test:
answered 02 Feb, 08:35