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To The Hr manager So&so ltd Sub:-Application for vacation Dear, Madam I sameer woeking in your organisation since last 5years as I haven't take a vacation and I want to take my vacation for 4 mnths Yours sincerely Sameer
 
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I’m just trying to better explain myself for the absence because maybe I could get 10/15 to get a grade 70, because I won’t be able to afford another class of java. Even if I tried my best to get in class, there would be enough time to get in on time. I would only have 30min which is what I did sorry for that as well. So if you read it this far I want you to know you’re class was a nice experience and that your students thank you for your time and effort for dealing with us. This semester was a tough one and like you said earlier today it’s finally over. Thank you for taking your time reading this, and Merry Christmas and the best of luck .Please and thank you for whatever you decide
 
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I am 3rd officer in merchant navy and I want yo write a letter to captain that my contarct is finshing on end of january but company wants me to go early.. I want to write to complete my cintract
 
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Hello, Maybe someone could help me with a quick review of my letter. I'm applying for a Master's Degree at TU Eindhoven in The Netherlands. It has already some iterations behind, but I've seen the high level of expertise that people on the forum have and I think I shouldn't loose the chance to get advice from you. I haven't received feedback from an english native speaker as well so it would be helpful anyway if you find something that is written in a strange way. I thank you in advance your help, regards, Luis Letter: Application for MSc. Human-Technology Interaction San José, January 2nd 2014 Dear Sir or Madam: I'm applying for the Master’s programme of Human-Technology Interaction at your University. After graduating in Industrial Design Engineering and working as interaction designer I want to orientate my career towards User Research and User Centered Design. In this programme I see a key step to broaden my knowledge and become an expert on such fields. I’m a young Costa Rican designer. Upon completion of my studies at the Costa Rica Institute of Technology (Costa Rica), and the Hochschule für Gestaltung Schwäbisch Gmünd (Germany), I have worked for more than two years as Interaction Designer with a software company in my home country. Within this position I am responsible for the development of new concepts for user interfaces for mobile- and web-applications, its prototyping, and the guidance of the development team on the implementation of the design. This experience acquired through my academic and professional life has helped me to develop a passionate interest for the relationships between people and technologies. Just as to industrial design, I feel attracted to human-technology interaction due to its problem-solving nature. Always focused on the user and his/her needs I point to bring technology closer to people. My natural curiosity about the logic behind processes and new technologies, along with my keen sense for detail, support me on the pursuit of this goal. While looking for original solutions I like to call the old into question. It fascinates me to find ways to create new solutions or to change the existing ones. My versatile background on graphic-, product- and interaction-design allows me to approach an issue from different perspectives. By taking this specialisation I expect to join my practical experience with state-of-the-art knowledge from academic sources and research. I intend to deepen my knowledge on perception, cognition and user behaviour; as well as learn about methods for user modelling and testing of interactive systems. The balanced blend between technical, psychological and design training offered in this programme shows an exciting direction to follow and an appropriate way to reach these goals. The Netherlands is also particularly interesting for me to make a Master’s Degree because of its level of maturity and development in the field of human-computer interaction and its known culture of innovation. The location of the University in Eindhoven adds also advantages due to its closeness to the high-technology industry. I thank you very much for taking the time to consider my application. I would be glad to share my ideas, skills and passion with the academic community at TU Eindhoven, and I look forward to learn and grow as professional at your University. Yours sincerely,
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As I stood, amidst a hoard of dancers, my feet firmly planted to the speckled, tile floor backstage, I was utterly at home. There was a pleasant, fluttering of nerves deeply rooted in my stomach as I crossed the petite room, flooded by persons I trained hard with and knew well. I heard the creaking noise of so many bodies jostling around one another, struggling to keep quite. The show was to start; our eagerness and desire could hardly stay contained. The room backstage, with its carpeted ceilings, and darkly painted walls held air, thick with excitement, caused us all to shudder with Anticipation. The black velvet curtains quivered delicately as they were pulled open; dust lifting and filling the lights onstage. As the lights dimmed in the house, a soft smattering of applause generated from the audience, signaling the beginning of the concert……… This was the night of my first high school dance concert, held in The Robert Frost Auditorium. Not only was it the first of many thrilling performances, but it was also the beginning of a passionate attachment dedicated to the Robert Frost stage. The Frost is old; many of its red cushioned chairs hang sadly, derailed from their positions, the orchestra pit, home to dirt and various pieces of glitter and sequins, desperately in need of a deep cleanse. Black velvet curtains, holey and dusty, held together only by industrial sized safety pins framed the stage. While the floor painted and repainted dozens of times, was chipped and riddled with soft spots and the occasional loose nail due to occasional slip of heavy equipment by set designers. It was in no way an example of a perfect specimen of a theater, but I loved every nook and every cranny, embracing each and every imperfection. As I mature as a dancer, I find I prefer to choreograph in the Frost, being on that stage provides me with a plethora of inspiration that entices my creativity and urges me to create on. It became a home. An home for everything I wanted to be as a dancer, and everything that I was. This was my niche to inspire and be inspired. Onstage I can feel the presence of previous dancers, actors and musicians who long ago and not so long ago occupied the very space I do now. Their energy, filling my senses feeding off of me and myself feeing off of it, instills the overwhelming desire to leave my own mark on that well used and well loved stage. This inspiration epitomizes the energy that makes me feel perfectly content. ……The final dance ends with a euphoric amount of pride and energy. Like the moment of silence before plunging into the vast ocean, there is the grand moment of tranquility with the fulfillment of the final movement, light washes over me and my fellow cast mates, everything is still, like the volume was momentarily muted. Then, like the flick of a switch, the sound is turned up, way up. Hand in hand with the whole cast I can see the holes in the velvety black curtains, the sadly hanging red cushioned chairs, the dust filling the light, my left foot tested the give of a certain soft spot under me. I loved it all; I could feel the energy pass through me, and the hands of my cast mates, and my energy take place among others. Hand in hand, lights flooding the stage, I was utterly at home.
 
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please help to write a motivation letter for erasmus programme: it's the part of the letter ,plz correct it^^ as a citizen of third world country,has opened my eyes in how far we are from the health evolution. born,grown in .....live 19 years there,i didn't realize how our heath system is miserable until i became a student in pharmacy where we did some training course in the hospital located in my town.their i was faced with the cruel reality,no respect of the less health measure . and a pharmacist does'nt even exist in that world. that why.i whould get the oppurtunity to join the university of belgium firstable to develop my capacities requierd in my field as pharmacist,secondaly as known that belgium has established a project of clinical pharmacist and to date 54 hospital converted to it , it is un agredible succes that imazed me and pushed mee to choose belgium. so belgium is the perfect place where to get a training programme as clinical pharmacist and in the future use it to develop,even just little our rules in hospital .
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as a citizen of third world country,has opened my eyes in how far we are from the health evolution. born,grown in .....live 19 years there,i didn't realize how our heath system is miserable until i became a student in pharmacy where we did some training course in the hospital located in my town.their i was faced with the cruel reality,no respect of the less health measure . and a pharmacist does'nt even exist in that world. that why.i whould get the oppurtunity to join the university of belgium firstable to develop my capacities requierd in my field as pharmacist,secondaly as known that belgium has established a project of clinical pharmacist and to date 54 hospital converted to it , it is un agredible succes that imazed me and pushed mee to choose belgium. so belgium is the perfect place where to get a training programme as clinical pharmacist and in the future use it to develop,even just little our rules in hospital .
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Dear Lin. The calculations on outgoing and incoming rolls for December and November have been finalized. See the attached file for the Report. Thank you. this is my first email in the company the job i just found its going to be cc'ed to all the other ppl in the company can someone plz help me perfect it a bit ?
 
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I am writing a motivational letter for the post of Assistant office manager would u please comment and correct it ASAP.Thanks According to your vacancy announcement, I would like to express my interest working in the Embassy as “TWG Office Assistant Manager A1 (L)/C2”. My motivation for applying this post is my educational background (holder of Diploma in Secretarial Science and Office Management from Addis Ababa Commercial College in 2000 G.C. and Degree in Marketing and Sales Management from Addis Ababa University in 2007 G.C.), the training I took (Office Management, Quality Management System Development & Implementation based on ISO 9001:2000), the various work experience, and the duties and responsibilities mentioned in the post fit with the current status and familiar with the technology machines (computer literate word, excel, access, power point, publisher, outlook, fax, scanner, photocopy and binding machine) seem to be an excellent match with the post. Working with different organization makes me rich in experience and developing the habit of tactfulness, team work sprit, problem solving, handling multiple tasks, cooperativeness, responsible, accountability, initiative, punctual, competitive, committed, and sociable. My computer skills and related working machines also developed from the moment I start work up to know plus my well-honed interest in technology advances. In addition to this my carrier and aim is to be the best employee by achieving the embassy goals, vision, mission and objective and upgrade my self with education. I would like to say that if I become employee of your Embassy, I promise to be a worthy member of the embassy by using all my knowledge and applying all the above mentioned qualities and skills to keep the image, goodwill and well organized embassy. You can find my educational qualifications, work experience, skills in the enclosed resume. If you would like to have more information about my qualifications and skills, please contact me by e-mail: or phone. Thank you very much for considering my application. I look forward to your positive response. Sincerely yours,
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hi, I am writing a work experience application letter to ernst and young. i am 15 and in transition year (in ireland). Could you please give me advice on the letter so far and maybe how to round it off nicely. Thanks a lot. (my address) Mr. ****, (address) O1.10.07 Dear sir/madam, I am writing to apply for work experience place at Ernst & young between the 23 rd and 30 th of November 2007. My name is **** and I am 15 years of age. I’m a transition year student in St. Michael’s College. I did business studies for the junior certificate and for transition year I have chosen Economics as one of my choice subjects. I have a particular interest in Economics, Maths and Science (physics and Biology). I am currently doing the EDSL in school and I am good at word and excel processing. I hope I can learn from this work experience and hope it will guide me in the future. This, I feel would be invaluable, first hand experience that will give me an insight to what working in such an established company like Ernst and young. With Respect, ________________ thanks
 
 
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Hello sir, We, zenet Technologies Private Limited founded in mid 2010, a fast growing software development company providing software solutions to our customers to stay ahead of the competition by implementing innovative ideas. We have industry specific software expertise in Technology, Financial, Health-care, Media, Telecommunication, and many other sectors. We are experienced team of Software Architects, Managers, Designers, Administrators, Developers and Testers joined together who worked for leading IT companies and helping our customers to address their business problems by means of technology. we are promoting e menu project this will be more usefull for your hotel business since using printed menu this is a digital menu used in tablet customer can view image of food items and you can also add food item and display it Thank you franklin
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dear sir, kindly tell me the lattest pattern of informal letter writting. i shall be very thankful to you!
 
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hello my name is ifa, and this is my motivation letter. i want to apply for an exchange, so i write down the motivation letter, please check it for me thank you 25 th of December 2013, Dear Sir or Madam of Student Exchange Programme Selection Committee, Allow me to introduce myself, my name is Ifa, call me X for short. Now, i am studying in the 6 Th semester in Y as the major. Besides studying, i like dancing especially java traditional dance, and also joining some organization in campus to improve my soft skills that i couldn’t get it from class. As I decided to take major in Y, i know that i can easily talk to others, even-though strange person. Based on my track record when joining neither organization nor the comitee, sometimes i can be quite dominant. I am a good leader, good planner, open minded, eager to learn new things, and also like to trying new experience. Truthfully, this is the first time for me to apply student exchange programme. Being an exchange has become a great concern of mine. The first thing when i think about an exchange is to go out from my ‘comfort-zone’. Based on my experience in organization and joining committe, that’s enough for me to contribute in campus organization, and i think it’s time for me to improve my own knowledge and enrich my ways of seeing things from different perspective. Actually, i’m very excited about this programme, i can’t wait to have such a great experience such as meet new friends, share each other cultures, try to survive in other countries, and also open my horizon in the chosen countries that have good community pharmacies. I am looking for the experience in community pharmacies around the world, because i know when i am in community pharmacies, i can get not only pharmacies knowledge, but also other soft skill like how to communicate and deliver information to the customer (patient). For your additional info, I will be available for a four weeks until 1 or 2 months in June until August. In conclusion, i hope that i could join this programme because as i said before, i’m very excited for this student exchange programme. Thank you. Yours Sincerly, X
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I got many tips from guides on the internet, but I feel that my letter needs to be reviewed… I would really appreciate if you guys could give me feedback and check for grammar mistakes. I have to send this letter before January the 7 th . Thanks. Guillaume "Attn: Graduate Selection Committee After receiving your program’s information from my engineering school, I realized the many great opportunities I could benefit from a Master of Science in [Master’s Title] at [University Name]. With a multidisciplinary background in engineering acquired at the [Graduate School of Engineering] over 3 years, I now seek to gain a more thorough understanding of the skills and knowledge necessary to be successful in a research-oriented environment. After graduating high school with an emphasis on science, I wanted to do something for the environment, as well as know more about engineering. I have studied at the [Graduate School of Engineering] since 2010, where I accumulated extensive knowledge about multiple engineering sciences. Last year, my desire to study sustainable energy was strongly reinforced when I was introduced to typical energy systems including gas, steam, and wind turbines. I now wish to understand more about these processes, and their impact on the environment. I also truly enjoyed working as a team on the energy projects assigned. For example, the last one consisted of modeling a gas turbine with the LabVIEW software. I found the project particularly fascinating as I could observe the impact of small data variations like temperature and pressure on final results such as the yield of the turbine. As a 4th year Energy Option student, I will increase my understanding of conception, modeling, simulation, and optimization of several energy systems until July in 2014. I believe that this new knowledge will greatly benefit me in my pursuit of the Master in [Master Title]. It is true that I faced some obstacles during my first two years at the [Graduate School of Engineering], and I regret my lack of involvement because I was far from showing my best self. I am aware that this Master of Science requires a complete commitment, and I know that my dedication and persistence will lead me to success. I am certain that studying two years at [University Name] will be a great opportunity to gain solid research abilities as well as valuable expertise as a benefit for my later professional experiences. Furthermore, a master’s degree in [Master’s Title] will provide me with various opportunities to work as an energy engineer in Sweden later on. As the Swedish government is known to promote efficient and sustainable energy to use in the country, I want to benefit from the increasing job opportunities within this sector. Besides the skills I have obtained from my education, my last professional experience strengthened my ability to communicate in close contact with my teammates in an English speaking environment. As you can see from my resume, I recently completed an IT engineering internship in Bahrain, which led me to be proficient in both writing and speaking the English language. This experience helped me to realize what I really want, which is to pursue my study abroad, where I could interact and work with students coming from different cultures and backgrounds. I am confident that my motivation, personal skills and previous education will help me to pursue my studies at [University Name] very successfully. Thank you for your consideration. Sincerely,"
 
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Hello, could you help me, I am desperate..I am not very good at English grammar. Please help me to corrent the mistakes. I really need your help. Dear Sir or Madam, I am interested to apply for a Bachelor‘s Degree Program in International Relations starting in 2014. I believe I am a strong candidate for this position in XXX University. When I was young I have always dreamed of being a politician. My dad is a politician, so he always suggested me to go with him to debates and see how other people discusses about issues and tries to figure out how to solve them. From the first event I was impressed and I was determined to know more about world politics. The more I know about policy, the more I can contribute, whether it is by voting or volunteering. I would like to state that my father is the biggest inspiration for me. During school year, my interest in International Relations increased significantly. Therefore, I am very thankful for my history teacher, she is one of the best qualified and experienced teachers I have ever knew, because of her I started going on extra-curricular activities about politics. Now I am one of the leaders in the history class and once a month I expand my knowledge in discussion club about government and political systems. The desire to learn much more about world politics is tremendous. In addition, I am fascinated by politician William Hague, he has done a lot of amazing things in his career. I am extroverted, so I am keen on communicating with people, because of that I went to a various activities. Couple years ago I took up sports, I was focused on athletics, especially running, it helped me to free my soul. I have taken ceramics lessons. This led me to express my emotions and artistical side of me. Now I am singing in the school choir „Vaivora“ about 9 years. I have also participated in miscellaneous competitions. For instance, I won a prize for the best performance on Foreign Language week in my school. In 2012, I was volunteering in the „Ievos Simonaitytės“ library, I was helping people and it was really important for me. After that, I went to LCC International University lectures „Community Multicultural Awareness Program“. We interacted about tolerance, multiculturalism, world problems. Besides that, in the summer I have have worked as a shop worker in „Maxima“ . It was very challenging, but I appreciate that experience. One wise men said „Nothing ever becomes real until it is experienced.” Studying in your University would be an honour . It is a excellent opportunity for me experientially, academically. This is a chance for me to get acquainted with people from another cultures. Your University will allow me to broaden my knowledge and gain analytical thinking skill. I believe you will help me to become a rounded individual with the ability to succeed. Thank you very much for considering my request. I am looking forward to hearing from you Yours faithfully,
 
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Dear forum members, I am looking for anyone who may help with my motivation letter for the MA master program in Language and Communication. And it will be greatly appreciated if you can just provide me with some constructive comments. I did not intend to write a long letter, but found out it needs to be 700 words at least, so I added things to it, which I know might look weird or incoherent. Therefore, I could really need someone to read it and share opinions with me. Like what I should or shouldn't put into, some ambiguous parts or grammatical errors maybe. In short, I will be really thankful if you could give me a hand with it! -- Dear Sir or Madam, I am writing to apply for the Master program of Language and Communication. Graduated with Bachelor of Art degree in English from [University in Asia], I have always been keenly interested in language. My interest in language dates back to high school, where I happened to have a polyglot teacher, and she used to share us languages she speaks. At that time, I was sheer amazed by the varieties and sometimes similarities among languages, and wondered how people transfer language into thoughts. At that time, I could not imagine how is it possible for people to understand something without translating it into [my mother tongue], which is my mother tongue. This had made me want to know more about how language interacts with the environment. With my major I took courses from both linguistic and literature sides, as I view it the best way to know every aspects of a language. I enjoyed studying in various aspects of English, and was excited to discover more about languages besides spelling and grammar. Also, with my natural interest in language, I stated to learn [another Asian language]. The more I know about it, the more I was again fascinated by every component that forms the language, and so decided to pursue a career goal related to it. Complementing my study during Bachelor was my extracurricular activities performances. I participated actively in the Student Association of English Department, where I served mostly as team leader or instructor in activities. Both of them require one to have good organizing and communicating ability, and as I became more experienced with these positions, I found out the essential part of them is to coach and to help. Through this, I realized my passion of helping a coaching people, and was further inspired to combine my interest in language with this passion, that is to become a teacher. Fortunately, with my solid academic performance, I got selected for the teacher training program. With the teacher training courses I took, I got to know more about second language learning and teaching. For example, I learned how we learn our mother tongue, and how to analyze this process with the aim of assisting the second language acquisition. Aside from second language learning and teaching, via the teacher training program, I also gained knowledge from other fields. The knowledge from other studies together provides me with new ways of interpreting languages. Take Sociology of Education, social reproduction theory arouses my interest by describing how the language is used according to social status, and how, reversely, can this influence people’s way of communication, and then possibly reproduce their social status. I have always held strong interest in language, and all things I have learned opened my eyes to new perception. While language can be seen simply as a tool to communicate, within every communicating situation there lies reasons make it up, and make it unique. And that is what I want to know more about. Around the end of my bachelor, with the ambition to polish my English competence and to acquire knowledge that may be integrated into my future career, I applied for the exchange program and got admitted to [University in Europe]. I have been curious about what other student study in their fields, and considered this to be a good chance to take a closer look at them as I believe any kind of knowledge can be beneficial in certain way. During the stay in [University in Europe], I benefited a lot from the informative courses I took. Sometimes, I was not dealing with topics that I have been familiar with, and thus needed to reach out for new sources or help, and this has equipped me with better skills to pursue my goal. I learned that people from other fields can be used to doing researches or working on presentation in ways that they are accustomed to, while new and good to me. When working with my fellow students, I also learned how to put everyone’s strength together to make the best out of us. The diversity of students come from around the world was another great inspiration to me. As we shared different cultural backgrounds and almost only one language in common, I had chances to look into how people use the same language with influences from their own cultures. Through usage of gestures, body languages, and nowadays, social networks, the way we perceive things reflects greatly on our communication. There were so many subtle things lying in languages which I may have read in textbooks, but haven’t had chances to experience by myself. Finished the exchange program, I came back for my internship as planned. In the internship, I have to put what I had learned so far into practice. The internship helps me to see my strength. I am a fast learner who can always take advice from my mentors and adjust my teaching quickly. Still, as the teaching goes, I feel that it takes much more to be a great instructor. Like what I had figured out, language is the center of learning, as every information transfer through it. Learning a language just puts more emphasis on it, and how far could I make communication functions better will be the key important for me to become a great instructor. I have experienced great courses provided by you, and know that I will gain expert knowledge as long as I put efforts into my study. In addition, [University in Europe] has been famous for its strong research background, which means courses I will be taking can help a lot when taking about putting theory into practice. I am thankful to the time in [University in Europe], where I was greatly motivated to pursue my future dream and I look forward to go back to [University in Europe]. The difference is that this time, I will be returning with solid preparation and resolute motivation. With my international experiences and interdisciplinary education, I will show my enthusiasm and add spice to the program. I clearly understand going from good to great takes commitment. I am not just willing to do, but ready for it. Thank you for considering my application, and I look forward to positive response. Sincerely yours,
 
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Dear Customer, The purpose of this letter is to once again introduce you to our company Authentic Stones Co.Ltd., and our products. We are in Gem & jewelry Industry, we have been in this industry for more than (4 decades) with expertise in selling quality products to our customer and satisfy their requirement as soon as possible. We Deal in all kinds of Gem Stones. We have high quality Precious and Semi-Precious Stones, Beads, Carvings, Cut & Cabochons in all shapes and sizes of Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald and Tourmaline etc. To have a look at our product catalogue you can visit our website www.authenticstones.com, and purchase online with our new online buying facility or even Email us your requirement. It has always been our pleasure working together with your company and hopes to maintain this relationship, by doing more and more business together in the future. Do let us know if you have any other order Thanking You, Please let me know if this is correct or any modification needs to be done.
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As a profoundly deaf student, I always have the great deal of challenges through academic. This university don't have a deaf community or bilingual-bicultural ( American Sign Language, ASL and deaf culture) education which make my access to tutoring service or see the professors very very difficult, due to communication gap. One on one is not available at most times. Not every one knows American Sign Language at this university nor will be able to provide a sign language interpreter in 24 hours. Sometimes I felt separated from other students and the relationship with professors as well. I don't have a proficient language in English and remaining difficulty in reading and writing. Therefore, I primarily communicate through American Sign Language in growing up. Sometimes, the sign language interpreter wasn't present in my class and I missed the whole information during lecture class and the notetaker don't always write out the full information. Mostly, I always focus 99% of the time watching the sign language interpreter or read the closed captioning on screen. Thus, I am heavily visual learner, I rely heavily on visual to compensate for my hearing loss. Reading captions or watching the a sign language interpreter and look at the visual things such as professors write out on the board at the same time can be difficult for me to follow and learn effectively. Having to look back and forth is not really a very effective way for me to learn, I always have been very frustrating and hang in there.
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I am from China so not a native English speaker. I am writing a motivation letter for applying master in university in the Netherlands. I have already studied in the Netherlands for almost 2 years. Thank you in advance!! Here you are my motivation letter: Dear Sir or Madam I am writing to apply for the Master's Degree program in Supply Chain Management at ###University. My career objective is to become an analyst in the manufacturing and logistics industries. I will graduate in July 2014 with a Bachelor degree and with an average score about 3 out of 4 which is compatible to 7 in Dutch education system. I studied two years in China and had an opportunity to studied further two years in the Netherlands. So I will also graduate from ### University in July 2014. Having lived and studied in two different countries throughout my academic years has sparked my interest in the international business field. During my undergraduate studies in China, I was exposed to a broad range of subjects in accounting, microeconomics, probability and statistics, marketing and IELTS learning. You can see more details from course description. Two years studies in the Netherlands are more like applied theory into practice. I learned a lot from group projects and guest lectures. I must say I was always treating myself as a student and never think about real case in real life. For example make contact with businessman or have a business meeting. However, every module in Stenden University is a real case. I talked to employees and customers for data collection. I designed questionnaire and prepared interview questions. I hosted a business meeting and tried to handle conflicts among different parties. My time spent in the Netherlands has brought enduring transformations in all aspects of my life that assisted me in attaining my academic, personal and career goals. My communication skills improved a lot also become more confidence and pro-active. The reasons I choose ### University are as followings: First I choose the Netherlands because its reputation worldwide in transport, trade and logistics. That’s also the reason I choose to study supply chain management. The relatively low fee, safety, friendly Dutch people are also why I chose the Netherlands. Second ### University is the most international university in the Netherlands. I like multi-culture environment and really enjoy experience different cultures. I also appreciate the wide range of offered modules and the freedom in making study plan. Many courses such as supply chain metrics and supply chain research methods are what I am interested in. From speaking with students from your university and other universities, I am confident of my decision. Third i s the excellent rating for teaching and the overall friendly atmosphere at both the university as well as the city. I went to ### once; I should say it is a lovely and charming city. The uniqueness and challenge that this program represents makes this an appealing and rewarding master’s degree to complete for me. Hope this program can help me find a good job as an analyst in the manufacturing and logistics industries in China. Forth is the extensive database with internship opportunities as well as the internship offered and company visits. I am interested in doing an internship in the Netherlands. I definitely want to do the extracurricular internship after I complete two courses in master’s programme. The direct contact with employers through internships is very attractive. Those opportunities are aligned with my finance and career focus. I found many students in the western countries choose to work first and then take the master program to update their knowledge. The situation is slightly different in China, where graduate education is becoming more and more of a basic threshold for employment. That’s why I want to study master first and why the inter information is very important for me. The last reason also the most important one is the learning methods ### offered. Problem-based learning is the most effective way in acquiring knowledge that I have ever experienced. I come from China. I was used to learning things by taking notes so called ‘spoon feed teaching’. The class is boring, students talking or playing mobile phones during class although they all under study pressure. PBL sessions provide me a completely different study experience. As you may know, ### University also uses the PBL method. I am currently in minor international market orientation. In PBL group we have students from American, the Netherlands, Germany and China. I just finished one session ‘Hofstede who’, we talked about Hofstede’s dimensions and draw graph on the blackboard, which you can directly see differences among different countries. That’s something I cannot experience from my old university. PBL is not only way to study theories but also enable us learn from others and make friends. In an international class, the worst things are one country’s students sit together and talk with their own language. It is quite often but I don’t like that. In prior module, when I realized my PBL group members are all Chinese students (I assumed something went wrong with group division because it should not happened) I changed my group to another group. In my opinion, if I can do exactly same thing as I am in China, I should not go abroad for studying. Thank you for considering my request. I am looking forward to your positive response. Yours sincerely Dora
 
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I was working at a car dealership as the lease terminations manager for a while..when i first started i knew absolutely nothing. Now i'm moving on (in the same industry) to something bigger and better. I just want to thank my boss for giving me the chance to work at such a great place where i was able to learn and apply what i learned towards my new job. I just feel that what i wrote is too dry. here's what i wrote. Dear Lydia, I would like to take this opportunity to express my heartfelt thanks to you for giving me the oportunity to work at Gus Machado Ford. I really appreciated the time that I spent working with you on both a professional and personal level. I certainly learned a lot about the unique aspects of customer service and sales in the car industry. i wish you, the department, and Gus Machado Ford continued succes.
 
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hi, i am a student in high school , and i have to write a letter to an ambassador of a country, and i am not sure of how to start it or format it. i knwo the name of the ambassador, and i the goal of the letter is to get him (RYOZO KATO) to send me information about the country.
 
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Dear Forum Members, I would be very pleased if you help me to make my essay better than it is. Please show what i need to correct or add (grammar, meaning, style, context etc.) here are the terms given by admission office: A clear and relevant essay in English (1,000 – 1,500 words) addressing the following: Your motivation for taking the MSc programme of your choice. Why you are interested in TU Delft and what you expect to find here If there are optional specialisations in the MSc programme of your choice: which specialisation(s) interest you most, and why? Describe your hypothetical thesis project; what kind of a project would you prefer if you were free to make a choice? Also briefly explain what you would want to explore in your thesis project. Provide a maximum of three hypothetical thesis topics and elaborate on your particular interests in them. A brief summary (maximum 250 words) of the thesis work or the final assignment (to be) done for your Bachelor’s programme, including information on the credits earned, grade, and full workload. Dear Sir or Madam, I am applying to your Master program of "Electrical Engineering" with specialization in "Signals and Systems" starting in September 2014. My career ambition is to become a qualified professional in the area of signal processing and analysis. From my childhood it was clear that I have a noticeable technical mindset, because I was deeply interested in logical quizzes, math and braingames. I enjoyed playing chess with grandfather, represented my school at Math and Physics Olympiades and since 8 Form attended programming courses, where I got first knowledge about algorithms, operational systems, databases and several programming languages. At one moment I even thought about software engineer career but my passion for natural science as the main factor affected my choice to become electric engineer. However, I found my programming skills very useful during my degree. I’ve always liked learning and challenging myself. Personally, I am convinced that in order to develop, people should never stop setting goals for themselves. Basing on my high school outstanding academic achievements I would likely be admitted to any of Latvian Universities, but I decided to change the way my life goes and participated in a competition held by Russian Embassy. I have been awarded with Russian Education Ministry grant to study in one of the best Russian technical universities. My specialization in State University of Aerospace Intstrumentation (SUAI) is “Devices and Methods of Quality Control and Diagnostics”. It has several major subjects among which, my favorite are “Detection and filtering of signals” and “Use of microprocessors in nondestructive inspection”. During my studies I have shown my great academic potential as well as ability to implement my knowledge in practice. For example, I was an invited teacher’s assistan t in “Avionica” school for future matriculants during one semester. Einstein once told: “If you can't explain it to a six year old, you don't understand it yourself.” Now I am pretty sure, he was right. During that semester I helped several professors to inspire talented high school seniors on a deeper study of aerospace instrumentation. Particularly I introduced them opportunities of applied technologies in “measurements automation and control” using NI Labview graphical programming language (as it was one of my subjects and coursework). Together we organized guided tours in National Instruments Center located in St. Petersburg and several other scientific organizations. Finally, a group of pupils got acquainted with the main principles of gas turbine engine, produced a simplified dummy and, using Labview, an ordinary PC was transformed into aircraft dashboard simulating operating modes control. That experience was very relevant, I learned a lot in related fields of my specialty and became more confident. Except studying hard I used every chance of social experience. After the second course I participated in “Work&Travel in the U.S.A.” program. While living in New York and Washington I practiced my English skills and earned money to support my studies. Apart from university studies I ran a command quiz-game called “What? Where? When?” and attended several sports sections. Starting from the third course I began learning Chinese language during my leisure time. I judged that being a certified engineer is quite well, but speaking one more language will make me a narrower and more demanded specialist on a labor market. I like the culture of East countries and perhaps I even can work in China some time and put my skills into practice in the biggest developing country in the world. Currently I am working on my thesis project named “Car security system based on IR-rays distance control”. I have chosen that topic because it demands both theoretical calculation and practical skills. And also, what is important for me, it has real practical usefulness nowadays. Despite there are many expensive security system brands of various (mechanical, electrical, biometrical, transponder-based, satellite-tracking etc.) types and technologies, carjacking is still a criminal problem in any location. That’s why a home-made (one-piece copy) security system which is “unknown” to criminals can be quite effective. This project will take a decent time and hard work to design transmitter-receiver operation scheme, implement a decoding algorithm and assemble a sample device by the next spring. In order to be more acquainted with the subject, I arranged to do a 1 or 2 month internship in a company, which specializes on installation and service of security systems in private houses and offices. All in all, it won’t be a cakewalk for me, but I am sure I can handle it. I see my main goal is to become a recognized professional, an engineer. And use my knowledge and skills to participate in innovative and challenging projects. While I am ready to invest a lot in my future education, I decided to apply to a well-known and reputable university. I choose TU Delft for a number of reasons. Firstly, it’s best academic and research institution in Netherlands, a member of the prestigious IDEA league of five leading engineering universities in Europe. All my nationals studying in Delft confirmed great technical and research opportunities given there. As I understood, the university maintains close links with industrial companies, which depend on its graduates. That means study process and research work will be really contemporary in the modern world. Secondly, it is a factor of people and location. Delft is not a big city in the heart of Europe, but containing all relevant facilities for student’s life and study. It is well-known for its city center belted with canals, the same way it is in St. Petersburg. People there mostly speak English (this does not negate the fact that I will likely study Dutch as soon as I get into a groove) what makes life matters easier to deal with. TU Delft suggests more than thirty English-language MSc programs and I have chosen the “Signal & System” track as a logical continuation of my present study on a deepest level. Everyone understands that in nowadays world nothing can function without processing signals containing useful information. Doesn’t matter what type of signal it is and what information it carries – it needs to be somehow modified, secured, encoded or filtered. That provides a wide area of application including communication, security systems, medical equipment, manufacturing plants etc. For instance, my future MSc thesis project can be a research of an optimal way of wind farm’s automotive control. Modern world moves to the widespread usage of renewable energy and wind farms development is increasing. Nevertheless, it is still very dependent on climate changes, emplacement and amount of other wind turbines. It would be very challenging and exciting to project a control system which basing on the testimony of sensors predicts the best operating parameters of every particular turbine in the wind farm. Another possible thesis has more application in manufacturing sector. I know that during the extraction of raw materials, quality control is very important phase. On that stage can be identified if any unnecessary objects have fallen into, checked tank fullness level, raw is divided into categories by quality. Sometimes human control is not efficient enough. That’s why automatic analyzing of video signal can be helpful to control complex systems. Moreover, every case is individual and requires a separate solution. Concluding, I am particularly interested in “Systems and Control” and “Multimedia Signal Processing and Analysis” specializations, but I would be glad to participate and learn more about biomedical signals, radar systems navigation or speech recognizing algorithms as well. I believe that studying at TU Delft will give me the opportunity to achieve all my goals. From the other side, as a holder of Specialist’s Degree in Electrical Engineering, I have required knowledge base and potential to fulfill this MSc position and am confident that I could be an active and useful student in this program....
 
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Hi All, This is a letter of intent for a master of public health program. This is only my second draft but i know it must shortened to about 800 words but i couldn't find a way to possible weave in all my experiences that would help me stand out. Any help would we greatly appreciated! I wish to apply for the Master of Public Health degree in “Global Health” at the University of XX. I am applying to this program because I believe it is an ideal match to my future career aspirations and goals in the Public Health sector. I was born and raised in XX and have completed most of my primary, intermediate and secondary schooling there as well. But I ended up pursuing my undergrad in my parents native country of XX. Which always leads to the question “Why?”. Well at first my parents and I thought that it would be a life-changing experience for me if I stayed for a year or two before returning to Canada and completing my undergrad. It sure was a life-changing experience and really showed me numerous things that were available to us here in Canada that are not over there and that I took for granted. When I decided to pursue nursing I found it a lot more profitable if I stayed and finished my education in XX, in regards to the amount of hands on learning and the more practical experience you could gain with the health issue that are apparent everywhere in the country that you are constantly exposed to. I graduated from XX University, with a Bachelors of Science in Nursing in 2011. I was part of the student council there and in my last year I was also the student president of the faculty of Nursing. My strong interest in Science as a child has allowed me to do very well in my nursing education, graduating in the Top 15th percentile. My background as a Registered Nurse allowed me to see first hand, the health disparities and morbidities that continue to plague the world and engendered my choice to choose Public Health, and Global Health in particular. My deep interest and predilection in the Public health first began when I was introduced to community health in my Nursing education, and furthermore during the practicum that followed. Especially when it came to working in the rural areas where the vast majority of people are farmers or nomads and have no direct access to health care and are in a struggle to make ends meet, let alone afford health care. This is when it was clear to me that health equality and equity was obviously non-existent and there was a great gap between the rural and urban populations in regards to health. Growing up and living in Canada allowed me to compare the abundant health resources that were readily available to the public and the wanting of these resources in country XX. This helped shaped my focus in my last year of my undergrad to community health, and the avid interest that has resulted in my application to Public Health. Shortly after graduating I formed my own Non-governmental organization with fellow peers and physicians. We began to conduct health promotion projects that varied from health education of pregnant women during the peri-natal process at primary health care levels to educating school children on various health issues that were present in the community. I began working as a Medical/Surgical Nurse at a local Hospital in the same city where I had the opportunity to utilize my skills and knowledge. It was during my time at the hospital that I recognized a trend in the patients we were treating everyday. The majority of patients were falling sick or even dying from easily manageable diseases or diseases that are totally preventable. Trying to counsel these patients almost always back-fired with a simple bold dismissal of “it is fate that I fell ill”, ignorance and lack of education were prevalent in the community. It hit home when my own Grandmother fell ill with pulmonary tuberculosis (a common disease in the region) she insisted that it was nothing but a persistent cough even though the symptoms were evident, as a way not to burden anyone. In the end she went to the hospital and was diagnosed with multiple morbidities; including heart failure, diabetes type II, tuberculosis and hypertension. All these diseases are preventable and easily manageable when preventive measures are in place and working effectively with the cooperation of the people to help the people attain the highest optimal health possible. So this definitely showed me how significant preventive care really is and how much of a burden the lack of it is. I began to connect and grow a reliable network of Health care workers of the Diaspora and anyone willing to bring about a change. With my ardent initiative I also decided to carry out a study on the prevalence of Non-Communicable disease and their risk factors in the city where I lived, with the help of clinicians and public health experts. I continued to analyze the health care system in the country and compare and contrast it to that of the Canada. At first it was hard to comprehend how behind XX was in regards to just health alone, but it was primarily due to lack and recognition of the public health sector. With the ongoing and continuing “brain drain” of health professionals going abroad for more secure and higher paying jobs, this has the left the countries health in a very delicate and vulnerable position. This directly correlates to the poor health of the country at large. I believe that change is inexorable with the countries political situation finally make movements in the right direction and rebuilding a country that has been torn to pieces. But more importantly like I mentioned above it will take a lot of innovative strategies and programs that are fit and tailored towards the populations need to tackle these challenges. So I have come to the realization on how many peoples lives you could drastically change through preventive measure rather than the few yet significant patients we do treat. It is clear to me that Public Health is the most vital aspect of medicine. I foresee myself becoming a Public Health leader in the East African region, addressing the numerous health issues in this region and tackling the emergence of new ones. With a MPH degree in Global health I see myself developing my NGO to reach higher platitudes and transcend across neighboring countries. Also gaining the unparalleled education with research and leadership skills that are necessary in this interdisciplinary program in order to be competitive in this field. As I researched what University would be best for me, it was conspicuous that the University of XX would be perfect for me being the first accredited Public health school in Canada, with it hands-on learning style, international orientation, and its overall reputation. Doing some research and speaking with some professors, alumni and current students I am confident in my decision. My passion, academic ability, cultural competency, amicable and nomad persona and multilingual abilities will be a strong contribution to the student body and the Global health program. Thanks you for considering my application, I look forward to hearing your positive response.
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Hello! Would anyone mind editing my letter of intent for entrance to masters program? I have removed any identifying info. To the Admissions Committee: The cost of chronic disease to Canada’s health care system is estimated to be $90 billion dollars annually 1 with approximately one-third of Canadians reportedly living with a chronic condition 2 . It is projected that close to 40% of chronic ailments are largely preventable 1 , indicating that poor lifestyle choices can be attributed to nearly half of the chronic diseases suffered by Canadians. These statistics signify the need for intervention on a National level. As a high school student I developed an interest in nutrition and physical activity in an effort to pursue a healthier lifestyle. Throughout the years this interest progressed to a strong passion which I have continued to pursue both in my personal life as well as through academia. In 2005 I completed a Bachelor’s degree in -------- during which time I studied many health-related topics including nutrition, pathophysiology, anatomy and physiology, growth and development, stress and chronic disease, concepts in health promotion, and health promotion and fitness. These studies only served to further pique my enthusiasm for health and healthy living. After taking several years off to travel and live abroad, I returned to academia in 2009 and began a Masters of ---------- with a specialization in ------------- at ---. As a master’s student I had the opportunity to participate in several research projects rooted in the health domain. My master’s thesis was funded by a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council grant and examined --------------------------------------- and was recently accepted for publication in a high impact international research journal. Additionally, I was employed as a research assistant on a large-scale SSHRC funded project examining--------------------------------. Lastly, I participated in several projects examining-----------------------------. I had the opportunity to present the results of several of these projects in poster format at various academic conferences across Canada. On a personal level, I have followed a vegan diet and habitually pursued a variety of physical activity programs for the past 22 years. My dedication to healthy living has led to many of my friends and family seeking my counsel as to how they may take steps to healthier living. While counselling my family and friends is gratifying, I would like to have a greater impact. My own passion for healthy living drives me to ignite this passion in others. Upon completing my education, I would like to pursue a career entailing tracking the epidemiology of chronic disease and researching the social determinants of health. This may involve working with the government, hospitals, and schools to assist in policy change and the development and implementation of healthy living programs. As a mature student I appreciate the value of education and I am dedicated and enthusiastic about my studies. As a graduate student I acquired invaluable skills which will not only be useful in all further academic pursuits, but also in my forthcoming career. I developed and refined such skills as multi-tasking, time-management, leadership, public speaking, research, and critical thinking. Having already completed a master’s degree, I am confident that I possess the skills and attributes necessary to be successful in the Masters of Public Health program at -------, and that I have the potential to make valuable contributions to the health field. As a former ------- graduate student, I have first-hand knowledge of the exceptional educational experience afforded by -----, and I’m certain the Masters of Public Health program will provide me with the knowledge and aptitudes required to be successful in the public health field.
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