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Bernhard Sulzer

Professional Background

I began my career as a language expert in 1998. Since then, I have successfully carried out and managed many projects in various fields. Together with trusted colleagues, I ensure the high quality of our services.

Also in 1998, I became an instructor of German at the University of Toledo. I  taught language courses in German and culture courses in English until December 2016 on a part-time basis.

From August 2008 to June 2009,  I resided in Austria where I continued my work as a translator.

I look forward to providing you with excellent services.

Bernhard Sulzer

Email: bsulzer@agreattranslation.com

TEL/TXT: +1 419 320 7745

  


Education:

Bernhard Sulzer:
I was born and raised in Admont, Austria, where I attended the Stiftsgymnasium (Secondary School) and began to learn English, Latin, and French. 

From 1981 to 1984, I pursued a degree in Politikwissenschaft (Political Science) and Publizistik und Kommunikationswissenschaft (Mass Media and Communication Studies) at the University of Salzburg.  From 1984-1986, I worked  as a student representative and student adviser. 

In 1986, I earned a 1st Diploma Certificate (comparable to Bachelor of Arts degree) in Political Science and Mass Communication at the University of Salzburg (1986). The same year, I was also awarded a two-semester student-exchange scholarship.

From 1986-87, I pursued studies in Mass Communication at Bowling Green State University (BGSU) in Bowling Green, Ohio. A year later, I received an additional one-semester graduate assistantship at BGSU and, during this time, also taught German at two Elementary schools in Bowling Green.
After spending 1990 and 1991 in Austria, I returned to the U.S. and, in 1992, completed my Master of Arts degree in Mass Communication at BGSU with the defense of my Master's thesis, "Music-Film Theory."

 

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