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motivation letter

Author:hamza
Copyright:Prohibited republication
Corrector's skills: Native, Perfect
Tags: letter motivation
Language: English
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Dear Sir / Madam

With the reference to the advertisement published in the Asser Institute web site, I want to
Apply for an Internship at the European Environmental Law Network. I have been exited to read about this opportunity, because I am particularly interested to join the European and International Environmental Law research team. It is a great opportunity to enrich my knowledge with the practical experience of working in the field of European and International Environmental Law.

Like many other branches of international law, international environmental law is interdisciplinary, intersecting and overlapping with numerous other areas of research, including economics, political science, ecology, and human rights. This require from the researcher in this field to have polyvalent knowledge, therefore this is exactly my main strength. As I have vast experience in various fields including management, International Law, International Relations, research and analytical skills. In addition to my extensive office experience, I have strong communication, computing, administrative and team-building skills. Furthermore I have developed strong research skills during the years spent studying law, this coupled with strong report writing skills. Moreover I have had the good fortune to study and make professional trainings in many multicultural environments, both in academic and social settings. Much of this experience has been in teams.
As native of a country where environmental protection is a major priority, this interest has continued to grow since my early days in the Master specialized in Euro-Mediterranean relations, in which the theme of the environment has been a central concern, in particular through materials and training workshops, led by specialists in the fields of environmental protection in Europe and the Mediterranean perimeter.

Today by applying for this internship I would deepen my knowledge in this field and gain practical experience at the Asser Institute.

Joining this internationally renowned institution is also making a great step on the path to realize my dream to prepare a PhD project in the field of environmental law, particularly in the environmental law and democracy.
Thank you for considering my application. I am looking forward to your call for personal interview so that I can discuss my experience, qualification and career goals in person.



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