i wrote a motivation letter to study my master degree in Germany, could you please read it and tell me if i did mistakes (i appreciat your advice).

also, i dont know where to write my information and the university addrees, could you please tell me where should i write these information.

also, i wanna ask about the font and letters size, is there standard for them?

thanX in advance

here is the letter:

Dear Sir/ Madam:

My name is Hadi Bolaq. I graduated from Yarmok University in Jordan back in 2001 with a Bachelor of Science in Physics. I am interested in applying for the Postgraduate Program called Environmental Physics at the University of Bremen, Germany.

I can summarize the subjects that I had during my study to calculus, classical physics, modern physics, electromagnetism, mathematical physics, thermodynamics, and quantum physics. These courses gave me high mathematical skills and scientific considerations. In addition, I studied some general courses like, geography, and geology.

In 2004, I had the chance to attend Arava Institute for Environmental Studies for one semester ( three months) and study some courses like sustainable development, sustainable agriculture, chemistry and physics for environmental studies. This opportunity made me realize the importance of the environmental issues in the developing country. In addition, what I realized during my work as a teacher in a rural school in Jordan for three years, that the students don’t have enough awareness about the environmental issues; therefore, I strongly believe that the Middle East region has a lack in environmental awareness, but if my generation spread the knowledge among the coming generations, we can save our globe.

Also, it might be appropriate to mention that I am reasonably familiar with laboratory work. Experimental work was required both for my study at Yarmok University, and for my work as a teacher.

I am very much interested in learning more about environmental physics in other countries and would like to experience other methods of theoretical knowledge and practical skills. As a matter of fact, Germany is my first choice as a foreign country for my Master’s degree.

One of the reasons I have chosen Bremen University is because of its known specialized program in environmental physics. I believe this program is going to help me become more specialized in this area as well as more aware of the environmental issues that we have to deal with on a daily basis. My other reason is because of the many articles I read regarding environmental physics studies and I found that Germany has done so many projects in this field. Also, a German friend of mine has spoken very highly of environmental studies there, which made me so hopeful that in the near future I can be honored by attending your university.

Thank you in advance for your consideration, and I look forward to hearing from you at your earliest convenience.

Your faithfully,

That is an excellent letter. I've just highlighted a few little changes.With regards to format, I don't think there is a set font or size but it is sensible to keep to something very serious and business-like. I'd recommend using Times Roman or Arial for the font and using around 11 point size.

Dear Sir/ Madam:

My name is Hadi Bolaq. I graduated from Yarmok University in Jordan back in 2001 with a Bachelor of Science in Physics. I am interested in applying for the Postgraduate Program called Environmental Physics at the University of Bremen, Germany.

I can summarize the subjects that I had during my study to calculus, classical physics, modern physics, electromagnetism, mathematical physics, thermodynamics, and quantum physics. These courses gave me high mathematical skills and scientific considerations. In addition, I studied some general courses such as geography, and geology.

In 2004, I had the chance to attend Arava Institute for Environmental Studies for one semester ( three months) and studied sustainable development, sustainable agriculture, chemistry and physics for environmental studies. This opportunity made me realize the importance of environmental issues in developing countries. In addition, what I realized during my work as a teacher in a rural school in Jordan for three years, is that the students don’t have enough awareness about the environmental issues; therefore, I strongly believe that the Middle East region has a lack in environmental awareness, but if my generation spreads the knowledge among the coming generations, we can save our globe.

Also, it might be appropriate to mention that I am familiar with laboratory work. Experimental work was required both for my study at Yarmok University, and for my work as a teacher.

I am very interested in learning more about environmental physics in other countries and would like to experience other methods of theoretical knowledge and practical skills. As a matter of fact, Germany is my first choice as a foreign country for my Master’s degree.

One of the reasons I have chosen Bremen University is because of its known specialized program in environmental physics. I believe this program is going to help me become more specialized in this area as well as more aware of the environmental issues that we have to deal with on a daily basis. My other reason is because my research has shown me that Germany has done many projects in this field. Also, a German friend of mine has spoken very highly of environmental studies there, which made me hopeful that in the near future I would be honored by attending your university.

Thank you in advance for your consideration, and I look forward to hearing from you at your earliest convenience.
frankly, I don't know how to thank you, maybe this is the best way to thank you:

thank you (english)

shokran (arabic)

Dankeschön (german)

mercie (french)

gratcia (italian)

toda (hebrew)
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Hi Hadi,

did you get any answer from Germany or you still teaching in Jordan