At the IML, UQ,  we offer a face to face interpreting service for South East QLD: Brisbane, including Brisbane CBD and Brisbane outer areas, the Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast areas. IML also offers a telephone interpreting service for Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Hobart, Darwin, Perth, Australia wide as well as overseas. 

This interpreting service is provided by NAATI accredited interpreters in languages such as Japanese, Chinese (Cantonese and Mandarin), Indonesian, Spanish, Russian and Arabic. The National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters (NAATI) is the national standards body for translation and interpreting.

Whether your needs are for community interpreting, business meetings or court hearings, IML is the interpreting agency which can provide a comprehensive interpreting solution.

Ph: (07) 3346 8207 Fax: (07) 3346 8211 Email: interpreting@uq.edu.au
Usual opening hours: Monday-Friday from 8.30am-4pm. We are closed on national and Queensland Public Holidays, including Wednesday, 16 August, Brisbane Show holiday.

Interpreting Service - Languages offered
Afrikaans Dutch Hindi Kirundi Portuguese Swedish
Amharic Farsi Hiri Motu Korean Punjabi Taiwanese
Arabic Fijian Hebrew Kurdish Romanian Tetum
Bangla Filipino Hokkien Latvian Russian Thai
Bosnian Finnish Hungarian Macedonian Samoan Tok Pisin
Cantonese French Indonesian Malay Serbian Tongan
Chinese Mandarin German Italian Maltese Sinhalese Turkish
Croatian Gujarati Japanese Norwegian Slovak Ukrainian
Czech Greek Karen Persian Spanish Vietnamese
Dari Hazaragi Khmer (Cambodian) Polish Swahili


Interpreting Service - Rates
First one and a half hours or part thereof from $185**
Each additional 30 minutes from $46
All rates include GST
**Minimum Fee: $185

Enquiry
To request an interpreter, phone (07) 3346 8207 or email interpreting@uq.edu.au with our Interpreter Request & Payment Form

Quality Interpreting Service
We are committed to providing a quality service. We engage interpreters in accordance with the accreditation standards determined by NAATI (National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters).

The Australian Institute of Interpreters and Translators (AUSIT) has approved our formal adoption of the AUSIT Code of Ethics and Code of Practice which has been developed to guide the professional practice of interpreters and translators. The full text of the Code (Copyright, AUSIT 2000) is available from the AUSIT website: http://www.ausit.org/
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