Hi,
I'm new here and I need some help with a motivation letter for clinical clekship. I wrote a letter, but I still in doubt if it is correct.
Thank you so much for your help.

Zaragoza, 1st June 2005

Dear Sir / Madame,

My name is *** and I study Medicine at Zaragoza University.
I´m writing to you to express my interest in a Proffesional Exchange. My aim is to be accepted in a clinical clerkship in Denmark.
I would like to gain practical knowledge in a foreign country, if possible in the Internal Medicine service, and I believe Denmark is a good place to achieve my objectives.

I have previous experience at Hospital Clínico Universitario and Hospital Miguel Servet, both of them in Zaragoza, and also at Hospital San Jorge, in Huesca. I have been in different clinical services, such as Gynaecology, Neumology, Internal Medicine, Paediatrics, Surgery, Family Practise, ENT and others.

I have also interest is learning languages. I have taken English Language courses for years, and I wish to undertake some international travel to improve it. I have studied French, too, and it would be very interesting to learn some Danish.

I think staying in Denmark for a month is a better option, since I will be able to know people from other countries and have their poit of view about medical practise, which I guess is one of the most interesting aspects of being abroad.
I have good communication skills and I em able to integrate, socializa and interact with people from other countries.

It would be really important to my academis and proffesional future to have this experience in an international environment. It might be a useful and pleasant experience.

Thank you for your interest and time. I hope I may look forward to receiving further notice from you. Please, accept all my best wishes.

Yours sincerely,

***
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I have also interest is learning languages.
I am also interested in learning languages.

I think staying in Denmark for a month is a better option, since I will be able to know people from other countries and have their poit of view about medical practise
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I am not a native speaker, but I hope I could do you a favour.
Hi Chenyj,

You´re the only one who has answered my message, so thank you very much for your advice. I´m sure you´re right.

Take care