Maizatul Ranai
A versatile writer, editor, translator and proofreader who takes pride in bridging the gap between thoughts and ideas to create clear and engaging writing. I’m a print journalist with more than six (6) years working experience in the industry, and have written in various genres, including general news, politics, health, food, women, education, travel as well as business. My work has always revolved around written words combined with strict attention to detail, hence making me a trained proofreader who can cater to all your editorial needs.
I proofread and edit Undergraduate, Master and PhD theses, academic articles, journals, and documents of any length, including corporate reports and manuscripts. No job is too big or too small, and your emergency is my emergency. Past clients come from all walks of life and include local and overseas students, as well as large businesses and government bodies. I have also been taking numerous jobs for bridal services to help build their brands.

Specialising in Media Studies, but able to proofread in numerous disciplines, including Language & Linguistics, Literature, Social Sciences, Engineering, Education, Psychology, Humanities, Islamic Studies, IT & Business.
Fast, reliable service at competitive rates. Track changes is available upon request. Please see my Linked (https://uk.linkedin.com/in/maizatulranai) for diverse portfolio examples and articles I had written.

Express proofreading and translation services (Malay to English) are available. I also edit and ghost-write books, magazines, reports and several articles during my stay in the UK. Feel free to contact me for further requirements.
Academic Background:
MA International Journalism | Cardiff University, Wales, United Kingdom
*Specialising in Media & Feminist studies.
BA in Applied Language Studies, Major in English for Professional Communication (with Minor in Business Management) | UiTM Shah Alam, Malaysia
*Specialising in Language and Linguistics
New Straits Times Pre-Editorial Training (PETS) Graduate