13 Apr 5 Tips for a Perfect Academic CV
Many graduate and doctoral programs require you to include an academic CV, or curriculum vitae, as part of your application package. In addition, a CV is often required for scholarship and grant applications, as well as for other university teaching and research opportunities. The CV is also needed when applying to any academic and research job after receiving your graduate degree.
But what exactly are admissions committees looking for in an academic CV? What should you include? And how can you strengthen the writing in your CV?
In this video, we will give you some useful tips for creating a CV that will impress admissions committees and help get you into the graduate program of your choice.
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