Our world-leading collection of cases includes hundreds that have been translated into other languages, including Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, Russian and French. A number of our award-winning and bestselling cases have translations, often into more than one language, and all are available for instant download.
Browse our translations
We’ve made it fast and easy to browse our translated cases - simply select the language you need from the list below and follow the link.
|Chinese - Simplified||Irish||Russian|
|Chinese - Traditional||Italian||Slovakian|
Request permission to translate a case
If you would like to translate a case, you will need permission to do so. Depending on which case or cases you wish to translate, you must either:
- Request permission from us; or
- Contact the school or publisher directly.
We do not charge a translation fee, but you will have to buy copies via our website for use in the classroom.
- Check our list to see if you need to apply to us or directly to the school or publisher.
- Applying to a school/publisher: If the case you wish to translate is published by any of the organisations on this list, you will need to apply directly to them for permission. Contact details are provided.
- Otherwise, please use our online form to apply to us for one-time, non-exclusive permission to translate the case. You'll then move on to step 2 below.
- We will check your request and, if possible, give you permission to translate the case, subject to our terms and conditions.
- You provide us with an electronic version of the translated case so we can register it in our collection.
- When we have registered the case, we’ll send you a link so you can order copies for use in the classroom.
Terms and conditions
- Your translation must be accurate, complete and professional.
- The case, footnotes and exhibits must not be modified or shortened as part of the translation, unless you have permission to do so from the copyright holder.
- The translated case must not be sold or distributed by you or your organisation.
- Copyright of the translation remains with the original copyright holder.
- You must format the case to match the style of the original version.
- You must provide an electronic version of the completed translation to The Case Centre.
- If the original English language version of the case is withdrawn from our collection, the translated version must also be withdrawn.
- You will need to buy copies of the translation for use in the classroom.
- The following statement must appear on the translation:
Translated in full with permission from The Case Centre (www.thecasecentre.org) by (name of organisation, city and country). The sole responsibility for the accuracy of the translation rests with the translator.