motivation letter for EVS
I am writing with reference to your EVS (European Voluntary Service) project. First of all i would like to introduce myself and describe why i would like to participate in your European Voluntary Service project . My name is ....., I am 22 years old. I am graduated from Fashion Design at .. University in 2014 and currently a 4th ...
Motivation Letter for University
Dear Sir or Madam(e), In the following I would like to convince you about my willingness to study at your great University. My Name is Christina xxxxxx. I am 22-year-old student at Hochschule xxxxxx - University of Applied Science (Saxonia, Germany). My hobbies are drawing, running and taking photos. I love to be creative and I enjoy to discover new ...
motivation letter for an international case competition
My name is Dany Gaspoz and I am really interested in taking part in this incredible adventure. Why am I the perfect candidate? As you can notice in my CV, I already launched a business since few years, so it provides me a lot of knowledge about time and stress management, how to deal with clients, etc. In other words, ...
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