The reputation of the École de Traduction et Interprétation ISTI – Cooremans in Belgium and abroad is one of its strengths: more than 80 nationalities are represented among its 1000 students. Brussels, the second city after New York to host the largest number of international institutions, is indeed an exceptional crossroads where languages play a predominant role.
With its international recognition and 60 years of experience (ISTI was founded in 1958), the School has signed cooperation and mobility agreements with 110 universities in more than 30 countries around the world. Each year, nearly 200 students participate in various exchange programs with a view to improving their language skills. Our department also holds the EMT label (European Master's in Translation) awarded by the Directorate General of Translation of the European Commission. A large number of our graduates work in large international institutions (European Commission, European Parliament, Council of Europe, UN, NATO, IMF, TPI of The Hague…).