Curriculum Vitae

A Curriculum vitae (CV) is your business card, a document oriented towards a specific job proposal in which information about a person’s experience and skills is provided.

Before writing your CV, consider the following aspects:

  • what exceptional knowledge or experience do you have that would enable the employer to single  you out from the remaining candidates;
  • remember your achievements and write them down in your CV -  they will be taken into account;
  • show interest in a job that you are applying for.


The main guidelines for preparing a CV:

  • use a reader friendly font  (for example,  Times New Roman or Arial);
  • the font size has to be at least 10;
  • select the spelling check function so as not to leave errors;
  • use a standard A4 page format and leave the margins;
  • present the events from the currently ongoing or recent ones, as this is the most relevant information for the employer.


The main parts of a CV:


Contact information: Education:
  • name, surname;
  • address;
  • telephone and e-mail
  • places of education and educational institutions;
  • specialisation/spheres of interest;
  • academic achievements/ awards;
  • exchange programmes.
Work experience: Extra activities:
  • name of the enterprise;
  • job position;
  • dates from … to …;
  • insert a few sentences about the type of work and the responsibilities. To be noticed, write down your achievements at work, challenges met and skills acquired.
  • organisation;
  • position;
  • works performed, events organised or projects implemented.
  • languages and their proficiency level;
  • computer literacy.

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