If you wish to continue your studies for Master’s program, then it is very possible that the Academy you are applying for asks you for a motivation letter. The following text is about this letter.
How to write a motivation letter
A motivation letter or a cover letter is an essential letter that can increase or decrease your chance of acceptance. So, before writing anything try to gather your information about the institute or the academy you have in your mind.
Having a general idea about the place gives you opportunities to write in a right direction. Know about their requirements, expectations, and what qualifications they want from their candidates. Try to write your letter with perfect English. Make sure your grammar, punctuations, dictation, and everything that shows your English proficiency is without any mistakes.
How to start writing
Start with writing down some of the main ideas, important points you would like to approach in your letter and later build around them, enrich their content.
Make your goal clear; provide a short preview of the rest of the letter.
Focus on some of your strongest qualifications, past experiences (international experiences are always relevant) and qualities; organize the middle paragraphs in terms of the qualifications most relevant to the program, you can also refer to your CV for more details.
Conclude by restating your interest and show appreciation for the chance to prove yourself in the letter.
Remember this is a personal letter. Try to introduce yourself in a way that it gives the impression that you are a very professional and eligible candidate.
It is a good idea to ask for your teacher or another professional’s opinion about your letter. Also, there are some sites that can help you with writing the letter. By referring to these sites you can have an idea about how to write an effective letter and get the result you are looking for.