About Me

In 2016 I graduated from the University of Oxford with a Master’s degree in linguistics. Since then I have been a Ph.D. candidate at the École Pratique des Hautes Études in Paris with a speciality also in linguistics. In 2019 I received a scholarship from the DG SCIC of the European Commission to complete a Master in Conference Interpreting at the Jagiellonian University in Cracow, specialising in French. I have had the honour to be tutored by some of the best active interpreters on the market.

Having an extensive knowledge of both English and French, I have been able to apply the techniques of interpreting to successfully work with both of these languages together with Polish – my mother tongue.

Although I am not a sworn translator yet, I have already completed numerous translations from both English and French into Polish. I have worked with diverse subjects, including health and safety at work and historical documents.