What should my CV include?
List the higher education institutions you have graduated from in a reverse chronological order. Include the information when you started and left a university or college, its full name, the faculty, the study programme and specialization. If relevant to your prospective job, you can also give the title of your thesis. You can mention your secondary education, if it is relevant to your prospective job or suggest that you have some additional skills (e.g. were a pupil in a science class)
List the firms/companies/institutions where you have worked so far, with relevant dates, post names and range of duties. Include information about work placements, part-time or holiday jobs only if relevant to your education or your prospective job.
QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS:
Here you should list the information about the foreign languages you can use, your IT skills, skills relevant to your prospective post, driving license, and practical skills, such as operating office equipment. If you want to emphasize that you are particularly good at something, you can, for instance, write: "good knowledge of… "
In this section you can write about your social or academic achievements (e.g. scholarships or publications).
INTERESTS AND HOBBIES:
Do not be to general. Instead of writing: "music, sport," list something more specific, e.g. jazz and rock climbing. It may happen that your prospective employer is passionate about climbing too and thus your CV will attract his or her attention.
If not required, do not attach references to your application. You can, however, declare that you can do it.
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