The cover letter plays an important role in the admission process. Unfortunately, it often does not convince the addressee of the qualities of the prospective employee because most of those who perceive a cover letter only as a mere formality.
How to write a good cover letter?
- Think about the person who will read your cover letter.
- Mediocrity is just that. Your letter must be better than others. Do research on the culture of the society in which you are interested working. Express your motivation and interest in a specific position. Be specific and persuasive without being arrogant.
- A motivational letter is a personal letter so use your own style. Definitely do not copy from another source.
- Be realistic and clearly emphasize your strengths. Your letter should reflect the positive spirit and an orientation towards the future. Do not forget to mention your accomplishments, education or professional experience. Support your statements with your specific experience.
- A motivation letter is a supplement to your resume where you can point out some parts from your resume as well as highlight why you think you’re the best candidate. Make sure that there is not mention something you don’t have in your resume
- If you decide to send a cover letter via e-mail, make sure that you are sending it from your private e-mail address, not the one from current employer. Customize the cover letter based on the position you are applying for and the person you are sending it to.
- Before sending a letter, check grammar and word order carefully. We recommend leaving a letter for another set of eyes to read.