T : 514 398-6149
translationservices [at] mcgill.ca
McGill’s Translation Services is a unit of Communications and External Relations. It takes on work from faculties, departments and units across the University. Our team of experts operates from the heart of McGill, striving to make our institution shine around the world. Just like you.
- Terminological Assistance
- Writing Assistance
- Writing for the Web
Our Main Areas of Specialization
- Corporate Communications
- Education and Higher Education
- Government Relations
- Human Resources
- Medicine and Health
- Public Policy
- Public Relations
Our team is composed of five seasoned translators, well versed in various subject matters and armed with widespread knowledge on numerous scientific and technical issues.
T : 514 398-6149
Experience: 21 years
Main areas of specialization: administration, public policy, government relations, public relations, human resources and internal communications
Marie Bachand, C. Tr.*
Experience: 37 years
Main areas of specialization: medicine and health, pharmacology, science, human resources, administration
Josée Forest, C. Tr.*
Experience: 33 years
Main areas of specialization: medicine and health, pharmacology, science, finance and banking
Elaine Doiron, C. Tr.*
Experience: 24 years
Main areas of specialization: transportation, engineering, science, corporate communications
* Member of the Ordre des traducteurs, terminologues et interprètes agréés du Québec
The in-house Translation team understands McGill’s priorities and issues and has an insider’s appreciation for how the University works. With their passion for words, our translators, skilled writers and eagle-eyed editors will optimize your communications and deliver the top-quality material expected from one of the top universities in the world.
For your translation needs, place your trust in McGillians!
Note: Members of the McGill community can also browse through the “Official McGill Terminology” section (menu on the left), where they will find bilingual lexicons and official titles most often used at the University.