In this week’s interview, we talk to PhD holder Darya Kaysina, a TCLoc student who hails from Kharkiv, Ukraine. Her background as an Associate Professor of Translation and Interpreting and a personal project in board game localization are what sparked her interest in TCLoc’s wide-ranging, career-oriented master’s in localization.
This week, we met Manuela Noske, a community manager volunteering for a non-profit organization: Translators without Borders. Discover more about her career, her experience, and how it feels to work for a non-profit organization.
Today we meet Corinna Jungkind, a technical writer who decided to take her career one step further with the TCLoc Master’s Degree. Let’s discover why she applied, what motivated her, and what she gained from this experience!
Alex Zekakis teaches three courses as part of the TCLoc program: “Introduction to CAT Tools”, “Advanced Configuration for CAT Tools” and “Mobile App Localization”. He also works as European Solutions Architecture Manager at XTM International, where he runs a remote team that mainly focuses on supporting pre-sales activities.
Veronika is from Bulgaria and previously worked as an English teacher in China and Italy. Even though she’d never had the chance to study or work in the field of localization before, she took a leap and enrolled in the TCLoc master’s program to broaden her knowledge.