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Diploma Ragioniere Perito commerciale

Discussion in 'Italian-English' started by AryDM, Apr 20, 2007.

  1. AryDM

    AryDM Senior Member

    Southern Italy
    Italy Italian
    How would you translate Diploma da Ragioniere perito Commerciale?
     
  2. Parergon Senior Member

    Switzerland
    Italiano, Italia
  3. kita_it Junior Member

    Milan, Italy
    Italy Italian
    Sorry in case it's too late, but here's my try:

    In a CV:
    Diploma as Accountant and Bookkeeper, Trade High School
    or
    Diploma as Accountant and Bookkeeper, Business High School



    On the diploma certificate:
    VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL GRADUATION DIPLOMA
    as Accountant and Bookkeeper


    I'm Italian so suggestions from AE or BE mothertongues are welcome!!!
    Mich​
     
  4. AryDM

    AryDM Senior Member

    Southern Italy
    Italy Italian
    Thanks a lot!
     
  5. grungi New Member

    Dublin
    Italian
    Ciao,
    Ho Bisogno Di Tradurre:
    "e' Stato Abilitato All'esercizio Della Professione Di Ragioniere E Perito Commerciale".

    Finora Ho Scritto:
    "has Been Certified In The Profession Of"
    Ma Non Vedo L'esatta Traduzione Di Ragioniere E Perito Commerciale In Altri Posts.

    Si Tratta Di Un Abilitazione Post-laurea: Ora Come Dottore In Economia E Commercio Puoi Superare Gli Esami Di Stato Come Dottore Comm.sta O Come Ragioniere E Perito Commerciale.
    Questo Giusto Per Dare Una Spiegazione In Piu'.

    Grazie
    Chiara
     
  6. morgana7 Junior Member

    italiana
    Ciao!
    Io dovrei tradurre " Diplomata Ragioneria e Perito Commerciale sperimentazione Igea(Istituto Giuridico Economico Aziendale)".
    Può andare " she has a Diploma as Accountant and Bookkeeper Igea experimentation " ? :confused:
    La parte riguardo l'istituto la devo lasciare in italiano o c'è un equivalente in inglese?

    Grazie a tutti!
     
  7. 7heEnd New Member

    Italian
    A search on Google let me think that the most common expression is: "diploma in accounting and bookkeeping".
    Anyway, the opinion of a native would be very helpful!
     

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