Ukrainian University Transcription Service

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Working together with our experienced and qualified translators, voiceover artists, interpreters, audiovisual translators, transcribers and subtitlers, we offer a wide range of language services.

Available in over 200 languages within the UK and beyond, our linguists can get you heard in any language of your choice. While we do not offer a walk-in service, we are only one phone call away from discussing your language requirements.

Accurate Ukrainian transcription service for universities

As an academic, if you are not accustomed to transcribing, we know how time-consuming it can be.  Without sounding boastful, we are bound to be faster and more accurate than you could be.  It is, after all, what our experienced team of Ukrainian transcriptionists do every day.  They have the equipment, fast typing speeds and a perfectionist’s desire to capture every last word.

Working from audio or video material, our transcriptionists, audio typists and copy typists can produce verbatim transcripts where every word is recorded, or intelligent verbatim transcripts where any unnecessary utterances are excluded.

We have native-speaking teams covering over 200 languages.

Our amazing Ukrainian team can also prepare material for discourse analysis.  Discourse analysis is a time-consuming exercise for a university researcher. While we can use special software to prepare a transcript for discourse analysis, including the speaker turns etc, we can also provide a budget-friendly and therefore student-friendly solution. By providing a straightforward verbatim transcript in Word, we can save you valuable time. You can simply edit the transcript and add any necessary elements yourself if this suits you best. Speaker labels can be included as can time codes, depending on your requirement.

Our university clients trust us as their language-support partner to produce excellent quality multilanguage transcripts on time and within budget.

Who are our Ukrainian transcriptionists?

They are all human for a start!  Unless absolutely specified by a client as part of the scope of a particular project, all of our transcriptions are carried out by humans rather than by machine.  Our transcriptionists are native speakers.  They pay attention to detail and will always do the research to try and establish any unusual spellings, brand names, places or people.  Any extra information, glossary or lists of participants you can supply when you commission the work with us, is always very welcome.

On average our Ukrainian transcriptionists can type at a speed of 50 words per minute and will follow any required formatting instructions.

We assign a project manager to every assignment to ensure the project runs smoothly and is delivered on time and within budget.

Just let us know how we can help you.

What sort of academic material do our Ukrainian transcriptionists handle?

  • Lectures
  • Academic research material
  • Theses
  • Interviews
  • Academic focus groups
  • Seminars

Which academic organisations do we already work with?

  • Anglia Ruskin University
  • Bangor University
  • Northumbria University
  • Southampton University
  • Essex University
  • Cambridge University
  • Cardiff University
  • University of Denver
  • Middlesex University
  • University of Oxford
  • University of Hertfordshire
  • City University
  • Durham University
  • Sheffield Hallam University
  • Edge Hill University
  • Birmingham University
  • Loughborough University
  • Manchester University
  • Derby University
  • Hertfordshire University
  • University of North Carolina
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • Robert Gordon University
  • University of East London
  • City University
  • Portsmouth University
  • University of Southern California
  • University of Warwick
  • University of Portsmouth
  • University of Exeter
  • University of Worcester
  • University of Hong Kong
  • Utah University


Academic discount

If you are currently a student or member of the academic staff at a university, or you are based at another academic institution, you may be interested to know that we offer an academic discount for our transcription services.

How is the cost for Ukrainian transcription calculated?

  • The number of minutes in the source file(s)
  • The volume
  • The number of speakers
  • The subject matter
  • Formatting requirements
  • Frequency of any time code
Get in touch with one of our lovely project managers and they would be very happy to discuss all the available options with you.

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While you’re here… some quite interesting facts about the Ukrainian language

Ukrainian is an Eastern Slavonic language closely related to Russian and Belarusian. It is spoken by about 51 million people in Ukraine (Україна) and in many other countries, including Argentina, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Brazil, Canada, Estonia, Georgia, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Paraguay, Poland, Romania, Russia and Slovakia. The recorded history of the Ukrainian language began in 988, when the principality of Kiev (Київ) was converted to Christianity. In the 13th century, Ukraine became part of the Grand Duchy of Lithuanian and Ruthenian, an ancestor of Belarusian and Ukrainian became the main language. The remaining parts of Ukraine were taken over by Poland during the 16th century and Latin and Polish were used for official purposes. Ruthenian began to split into Ukrainian and Belarusian during this period. The Cossacks later moved into eastern Ukraine and during the 17th century, their leader, Bohdan Khmelnytsky, invited Russia to help against Polish domination in 1648. During the reign of Catherine the Great, the Cossacks moved to the eastern frontiers of Russia, but Ukraine remained under Russian domination, and the Russians considered the Ukrainian language as little more than a dialect of Russian. Ukraine enjoyed a brief period of independence from 1918 to 1919, then was taken over by the USSR and declared a Soviet Republic. During the Soviet era, Russian was the main language of education and employment and Ukrainian was sidelined. Ukraine declared independence in 1991. Since then many Ukrainian émigrés have returned to Ukraine, particularly from central Asia and Siberia. Courtesy of Omniglot

Ukraine, the Republic of Crimea and Transnistria. Ukrainian is also a recognised minority language in Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Serbia and Slovakia.