Hi Im looking for job in interior design right now. Ill be appreciate if you can help me
With writing and checking my covering letter, and would like to hear some advise too.
Thank you very much for taking your time.

Dear Sir and Madam

I am writing to apply for a trainee position at your office. Having graduated BA Interior and spatial design from Chelsea College of Art and Design. I also attended BTEC HND Interior design at Guild Hall University. Through five years of studying Art and Design
Leads me to ambitious to find work within this field.

After studying at college. I have involved working in the Antique field, and also have worked on furniture designing in trainee experience. Through it was a little different field of my chosen profession but from the experience I gained to achieve aesthetical sense towards to design and use of materials. In addition I have been trained to express these ideas using 3 dimensional computer models.

I am very ambitious and able to adapt easily to different situations. I enjoy challenges and find problem solving satisfying. I hope your office will help to find the relevant experience to succeed within my chosen profession. Please find enclosed a copy of my CV.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate in contacting me on 0207……….
I look forward to hearing from you.

Yours faithfully,

Bongo
Dear Sir and Madam

I am writing to apply for a trainee position at your office.

Having graduated BA Interior and spatial design from Chelsea College of Art and Design [incomplete thought and sentence]. I also attended BTEC HND Interior design at Guild Hall University. Through five years of studying Art and Design leads me to ambitious to find work within this field.

After studying at college [incomplete thought and sentence]. I have involved working in the Antique field [??], and also have worked on furniture designing in trainee experience. Through it was a little different field of my chosen profession but from the experience I gained to achieve aesthetical sense towards to design and use of materials. In addition I have been trained to express these ideas using 3 dimensional computer models.

I am very ambitious and able to adapt easily to different situations. I enjoy challenges and find problem solving satisfying. I hope your office will help to find the relevant experience to succeed within my chosen profession.[??] Please find enclosed a copy of my CV.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate in contacting me on 0207……….
I look forward to hearing from you.

Yours faithfully,

Bongo

Bongo,

Your studies appear to be English speaking institutions, no?

Is English a second language for you? It is hard to determine what you are attempting to say.

Maybe read over what you wrote, and see if you can understand it. You have incomplete sentences that seem to dangle in thin air. You word structure seems odd. I am guessing that English is a foreign language for you. I am going to make some wild assumptions as to what you are trying to say.

MountainHiker



Dear Sir and Madam: [don't forget the colon]

I am writing to apply for a trainee position at your office. Please find my enclosed resume.

After graduating from BA Interior and Dpatial Design at the Chelsea College of Art and Design, I attended BTEC HND Interior Design at Guild Hall University. My work experience includes working in the antique field as well as working on furniture design. Although both positions were different field from my chosen profession, I benefited from the experience. More specifically, I learned to achieve aesthetical sense towards to design and use of materials [this doesn't mean much to me, but maybe it does to you in your field]. In addition, I have become very skilled at expressing my ideas and concepts using 3 dimensional computer models.

I am very ambitious and able to adapt easily to different situations.

I look forward to meeting you. If you have any questions please do not hesitate in contacting me on 0207………. I will contact you in two weeks time as a follow up to this letter.

Yours faithfully,

Bongo
Hi MH,

Wouldn't it be better if we write 'Please do no hesitate to contact me' instead?

Ed
Teachers: We supply a list of EFL job vacancies
Ed73,

Agreed.

MountainHiker
do not hesitate