Thursday, 26 May 2022


A professional and well-written CV is often the first and therefore essential part of the application procedure.

In a highly competitive labour market, it is extremely important for international students to create a top-quality CV in order to get recognized by employers. This means writing your CV in a format appropriate for the country in which you wish to do your WBL experience and targeting it specifically to the sector you are applying for. Below you can find a list of things to consider when writing your CV.

Your CV should contain:
  • Personal information
  • Education
  • Working experience
  • Intercultural experience
  • Information Technology skills
  • Hobbies and fields of interest

The CV is like your business card, so make sure that it is precise and without mistakes. If you are writing it in another language, ask somebody to read it through and correct mistakes.
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Erasmus+ Programme
of the European Union

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Project number: n° 2015-1-IT01-KA202-004735.
ERASMUS+ VET KA2 Cooperation for Innovation and Exchange of Good Practices Strategic Partnerships for vocational education an training - Call: 2015