I am a qualified nurse and midwife, having graduated from Springfield University four years ago with the equivalent of an R. I am one year from completion of the equivalent of a B. degree at International University, and I wish to broaden my experience by attending a foreign university for a semester.
I would greatly appreciate your sending me application materials, including information about financial aid and employment opportunities for foreign graduate students. I would like to find out more about your internship program for foreign nurses. Please send application forms to the following address: I am writing to request information on Springfield University's International Exchange program.
Start with a sweet salutation and give it a brief body where you can discuss the university why you want to prefer and why you deserve by discussing your skills and qualifications.
At the end give regards like sincerely or obediently and your name and sign mentioning your contact information in the letter.
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Many masters courses – especially some very competitive ones, like the top MBAs – encourage applicants to obtain letters of recommendation from senior colleagues or academic supervisors.
Atop this sheaf of papers sits the most intimidating prospect of all: the motivational letter.
Whether the application asks you for a cover letter or a motivation letter, you will have to hand in something similar to this template.
Going over what should be included in a cover letter format will help you organise your ideas and hopefully figure out the most important points to mention in your motivation letter.