Tag: cross-lingual mediation

Cross-Cultural Mediators: what they do and how to become one?

Cultural mediators prepare and help people, businesses and governmental bodies to predict and forsee cultural differences and avoid problems arising from these. Education there is not a precise norm that defines this profession and in every country you can find different paths of how to become a cultural mediator. Generally at least secondary school education is required, depending on the country you can find different courses,  organised by schools or regions, to refine your professionality. If you want to add a university degree to your profession you can choose from a variety of fields, such as Linguistic and Cultural Mediation Sciences, Oriental and African studies, Cross Cultural communication etc. Job market The need for cultural mediators varies enormously throughout the European region. Countries with a high demand for Mediators are typically the bigger member states of the EU receiving high numbers of immigrants (Italy, France Germany and UK) from Eastern ... Read More