CV Checklist

If you’re one of those people who describe a curriculum vitae as a very long and tedious resume, then you’re quite right about it. It’s one of the things that you need to know thoroughly before you step out into the real world and start applying to different companies. One of the things that you need to know about a curriculum vitae is that it is totally different from the make-up of a normal resume.

It is important to know all of the vital information that should be contained in your curriculum vitae or else, you’ll end up not getting the job if it is sloppily done. So without further adieu, here are the information that you need to include in your curriculum vitae.

Contact information – If you happen to be lucky enough and the institution that you applied to decides to hire you, then you’d want for them to be able to notify you immediately.

Brief biography – They’re not looking for a novel here. Just the important and relevant things about you.

Undergraduate education – Of course they will look into this. This is mostly self-explanatory. You better not even attempt to apply for a teaching institution if you do not have this.

Graduate education – This is one of the more ideal things that the judges will consider.

Scholarships – If you happened to be bright enough to have merited a scholarship during your college days, then your chances of getting accepted is highly likely

Training – If you had training on a specific craft of skill, it would be advantageous to you. It is important that you include this because this certainly attracts attention for those prospective employers and university heads.

Opportunites in studying abroad  – This more reflective of how cultured you are with the various things, the more they will be won over by you.

Dissertations – Dissertations are quite important especially if it was for your graduate subject.

Employment experience – This is to show to your prospective employers that they have an opportunity to have you as one of their employee whose impeccable work ethic can be counted upon.

Other things that you might want to mention are your theses, teaching experience, publications (if any), grants you’ve been awarded, technical and computer skills, and if you have one, personal licenses and certification. All of these things contribute to how your prospective employer will look at you. Include them and be sure not to miss out on them.

 
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