The objective of mastering an academic subject, in many cases, is to contribute more knowledge and understanding to your chosen field, and we do this by producing academic outputs, typically to be published. Academic content involves research studies, reading course material and textbooks, examination related documents, learning material, and academic publications. Adapting the content of your academic outputs into other languages makes it accessible to students, fellow scholars and academics all over the world. Academic translation enhances the utility of education and helps disseminate knowledge far and wide.
To acquire a decent translation in scholastic and college work, it is essential to have an experienced translator to hand. An academic translator has the knowledge required to navigate scholarly frameworks. Oxford Lingua has a team of professionals who are experts in adapting academic content to various objective languages with the same significance as in the source language. They can also create content from scratch in line with guidelines provided by academic institutions and scholars themselves. While providing language solutions, research work, training programs, our team does its best to meet the requirements and expectations of our student and scholar clients.
Our services in this subject area include Translation, Transcription, Transcreation, Subtitling, Copywriting, Research, and Training. We have provided the services of translating research studies and academic papers to various universities and think tanks. Our subtitling service is also popular in the context of further and higher education as the utility of audio-visual materials for students and scholars is currently in high demand. We always strive to ensure nothing is lost in translation. Our researchers and trainers are also often academics themselves and always make sure they use the correct academic language and subject specific terminology. Our professional trainers also develop and deliver academic training programs for various clients working in universities, academic institutes, research centres and think tanks.