Ukrainian translation

The Ukrainian translation specialist

If it is a reliable Ukrainian – English or English – Ukrainian translation service you are looking for then you have come to the right address! We guarantee we can find you the right interpreter or translator whatever your subject area is.

We focus on quality, speed and customer satisfaction!

Our expertise

Our translation agency has many years experience in the field of translation and, thanks to our large database of translators and interpreters, are able to choose the best Ukrainian translator/interpreter to suit your needs.

Our elaborate translation system, our experienced translators from different countries and our accurate work allow us to offer the following quality-oriented services:

      • Text translations
      • Software translations
      • Simultaneous/Consecutive Interpreting
      • Certified translations
      • Proof-reading

      Your English to Ukrainian translation in a short time

      If you have a project which requires technical knowledge we will only choose an English or Ukrainian translator/interpreter who is an expert in the respective subject area and can offer the best quality translations possible. The areas our translators specialise are diverse, ranging from medical translations to the translation of websites.

      Here are only a few of the documents which our professional translators are qualified to translate:

      • Birth certificates
      • Marriage certificates
      • Passports
      • Academic certificates

      About the ukrainian language

      Ukrainian is derived from the Eastern Slavic group of languages. After Russian and Polish it is the third largest Slavic language in the world and around 37 million people in the Ukraine have it as their mother tongue.

      Although Ukrainian was not forbidden during the time of the Soviet Union, the Russian language dominated as the lingua franca of all business work as well as in the media, hence the reason why the language is stingly influenced by Russian today.

      When the Ukraine gained independence in 1991, Ukrainian became the official language of the new state. There was heated discussion around this decision since it was estimated that, at that time, around 40% of the population were Russian and furthermore many of the Ukrainians could only speak Russian.

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      Our translation agency provides quality translations in a short time thanks to its network of professional translators.