A motivation letter is a very important part of your dossier. Unlike cold faceless documents, certificates, statements and diplomas, a motivation letter gives you the opportunity to express your thoughts, present yourself as an individual and intelligently describe your thoughts and plans on paper.
In disputable situations, it is your motivation letter that can be the decisive factor in the application or employment process. For the university or employer, this letter is almost the only way to see both your current achievements and your potential.
Therefore, we strongly recommend that you treat the letter with particular attention. It's not as easy as it seems: on the one hand, the letter must be written in business style, taking into account all the nuances of the formal correspondence, be properly structured and accurately translated. On the other hand, this is your only way to touch the heart of the reader, so use your creativity and think twice about your objectives and motivations.
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