Languages after Brexit – How the UK speaks to the world
edited by Professor Mike Kelly HonFCIL
On 8 November 2017, Ann Carlisle CEO and Jane Galbraith, Head of Membership, commenced a two-week, two-centre visit to Hong Kong and Shanghai, which focused on three key areas:
On Tuesday 7 November the Chartered Institute of Linguists (CIOL) and its awarding body the IoL Educational Trust (IoLET) held their annual Awards Evening at the Law Society, London, in the presence of CIOL’s Royal Patron HRH Prince Michael of...
Do you have the skills and competencies to join CIOL Council, CIOL’s governing body? The call for nominations is now open and CIOL members in the grades of Associate, Member and Fellow are invited to stand for nomination or nominate a fellow...
As we start a new membership year, CIOL is supporting more professional linguists and linguists in training than ever before. Membership figures currently stand at an amazing 7,358, which is a 29% increase on 2015-16.
Over the last 20 years numbers of students taking GCE language qualifications have been on the decline.
IoL Educational Trust (IoLET) is a specialist languages Awarding Organisation, the only one which can award the highly respected and proven IoLET Diploma in Public Service Interpreting (DPSI).
Here’s an opportunity to help shape the future of CIOL.
In autumn 2016 the Chartered Institute of Linguists (CIOL) collaborated with the European Commission Representation in the UK and the Institute of Translation and Interpreting (ITI) to conduct a survey of UK translation professionals.