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Translations, customized classes
and language solutions.

TraducGlobal is an international team of highly trained translators, language instructors and researchers. Based in Santiago de Chile and New York, our services are offered on all continents.

Experts in foreign languages and applied linguistics.

We collaborate with leading universities around the world and provide high quality services to professionals, students, and the academic community.

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Traduc Global offers fast and reliable language services to our clients around the world.

Learn a language from the basics or expand your skills toward your personal goals. Our system of individual or small groups classes allows you to personalize the contents according to your objectives

Certified and official translations by qualified translators. Certification recognized internationally for visa applications, university admissions, exchange programs, working holidays, among other purposes.

TraducGlobal specializes in preparing students to take the international TOEFL® and IELTS ™ exams, which is a fundamental part of the application process to foreign universities.

Do you have audio files that you need to transcribe? Our team of bilingual professionals will transcribe your audio files with the highest level of quality and reliability, as well as fast turnarounds.

If you are looking to publish your manuscripts in English, TraducGlobal can help you proofread and edit them to the highest quality.

Are you applying for a scholarship to a foreign university where English is essential? This complex process can be made much easier with our help.

The level of professionalism and quality I have experienced working with the language experts at Traduc has never ceased to amaze me, as it perfectly combines excellence with an advanced knowledge of technical and academic English.

Carlos Conca

National Award for Exact Sciences 2003 - Center for Mathematical Modeling, University of Chile

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