Motivation Letter Sample

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Respected Sir/Madam, I, (Your Name), currently in my first year at (XYZ) College, would like to apply for a 6 month internship for a post in the marketing department of your reputed company. I am currently pursuing my Masters in Marketing and at our college, we understand the importance of gaining practical knowledge which will complement the textbook knowledge and help a student gain a wider perspective of the subjects. During this course I have found that I am decently skilled in the art of persuasion, as my teachers and my former employer of 5 years will rightly testify. I've had a knack of getting my point across very well, communicating with people, understanding their needs and providing them with a value proposition which is…show more content…
In June 2007 I joined The Canadian Heart Research Center (The CHRC) as a Senior Clinical Research Coordinator. I found this position very useful for my development in the clinical research field because it gave me a chance to learn about clinical research from the other side. As CRA I new research from the side of sponsors (pharmaceutical or biotechnological companies), as a CRC I learned clinical research from the side of Principal Investigator. I strongly believe that Master of Science degree will be a very strong and necessary addition to my career path. I see myself in the managerial position within clinical research field; however I think that I have to prepare myself to move forward to my goal. There is no doubt that Master of Science in Clinical Research Administration with the is the right choice for me. I am very motivated to start this program. Steady and successful personal and professional development can not be achieved without growing up educationally. Therefore, it is very important for me join the . Please correct and comment. Dear Sir or Madam: My name is x, and I am a Canadian citizen currently studying at the Université du Québec à Montréal. Along with this letter, I am sending you my complete application form, through the National Student Exchange, for you to consider my admission to Stony Brook University’s fall 2011 semester. Because your institution is highly regarded by scholars and specialists from around
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