CV translation (Resume translation)
You are here because you need to translate a resume. We can help you.
We translate CV in 68 languages. All translations are made by translation experts and native speakers of the target languages.
To translate a resume, use Nitro, our online live translation service. It will help you translate the text of your CV and easily make additional translations of important updates afterward. Nitro doesn't have a minimum order amount, so you can translate a word, a phrase or a couple of lines anytime.
How Nitro works
Register in Nitro, paste your text into the source window, select the necessary languages and see how much the translation will cost. Top up your account (this can be done with a bank card or electronic money) and submit your order.
A translator will see your order and accept it. Once ready, you will see it in the system, and a copy will be sent to your email address.
What about speed?
According to our statistics, we translate 55% of orders within 2 hours, 91% within 24 hours.
If possible, submit your CV for translation in advance – this will give you time to answer the translator's questions, if any.
If your CV contains abbreviations (such as the name of your university, faculty, department) or special terminology, please provide additional information and full forms prior to submitting the order. To do that, use the “Context, additional information for the translator” field under the order window.
If you speak the target language and have translated your resume on your own, you can order proofreading by a native speaker – it will be cheaper than regular translation.
We'll be happy to assist you with translating your CV!