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Philippe Galinier - MITI

Philippe Galinier (MITI) started his career as a freelance translator in 2008, after completing an MA in translation at the University of Westminster. Philippe translates from English into French for various organisations, including direct clients and translation companies in the UK and abroad. His areas of specialism are international development, global issues (environment, health, economics) and humanitarian aid. Philippe also teaches translation part-time at University College London. Philippe trades under the name Stylus Translation and his website can be found at http://www.stylustranslation.co.uk/

Philippe won the John Hayes Award for excellence in translation 2014 (in the field of economics). The John Hayes Award is presented annually to the person who achieved the best result in the Institute of Translation and Interpreting (ITI) Qualified Member Examination in Translation.

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