Salima Valieva, graduate of the MSLU Training Program for Candidates for the Competitive Language Examinations, was enrolled in the UN roster to work on a freelance basis, having passed UN Interpreter Global Language Roster Exam to work in the Russian Section of the UN Interpretation Service with English and Spanish.
This year the UN has chosen only two candidates with English-Spanish, Salima Valieva and Victoria Tuchina, out of hundreds of international candidates with a native Russian language, and they are both graduates of our Program.
Salima got her bachelor's degree in her native Kazakhstan and entered the magistracy of the University of Maryland (USA), where she had as her professor Sergey Chernov, head of the interpretation service of the International Monetary Fund, graduate of the Moscow State Institute of International Languages named after. M. Torez. After graduating from the master’s program, Sergey recommended that she continue her studies at MSLU Training Program. At the end of the Program, Salima was selected for an internship at WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization) in Geneva, and now she is included in the UN Roster to work on a freelance basis.