Navcha Murray International Linguist 

Tel: 07748 712 113 or +447765578270 Email: navchaa_a@yahoo.com


7 Millman Place, Great James Street, Bloomsbury, London, WC1N 3EA, UK

Example Assignments - Elsewhere:

Mongolian Energy Sector officials in Washington DC. (Navcha on the left)

  • Oxford University two day “Social Impact Assessment in the Mongolian Minerals Sector Training Workshop” - Simultaneous online interpretation

  • Online Russian and Mongolian classes for children and adults including students from Germany and Belgium.

  • Study Tour Interpreter / Translator / Escort for Mongolian Officials in:

USA – USAID Study Tour on Commercialisation of Energy Sector

Australia – AusAID Study Tour for Mongolian water sector modernisation

Ireland - World Bank study tour for Mongolian transport sector modernisation

  • International Government / commercial arbitration in Frankfurt, Germany.

  • Deposition and Arbitration Hearings for Mongolian Government / commercial arbitration at ICC (International Chamber of Commerce) International Court of Arbitration, Paris, France.

  • Government / commercial arbitration in The Hague Netherlands.

  • Seoul, international Chiefs of Defence Conference, South Korea,

  • Brussels, PISA (OECD's Programme for International Student Assessment) (retained as final verifier), Belgium.

  • other projects also in Russia, Hong Kong, Thailand, and Vietnam.


Comments from students on the British Museum/City Lit "Arctic Exhibition Russian Language Course" (Course repeated by popular demand):

      This wonderful course far exceeded my expectations; the Tutor was exceptional and everything about it was first rate. I feel incredibly fortunate to have had the opportunity to study on this course and thank you for providing it.

      Excellent course, involving and engaging, great course materials, a lot of work had clearly gone in to putting it all together. Navcha is an inspiring (and also a patient and encouraging) tutor. 

     Brilliant course with good mix of arctic exhibition and russian all made very interesting by Navcha