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How to write a cover letter for a university admission



diciembre 8, 2022

Inter Law School

Each of us has a different writing style, which is why the act of reading and writing is an art and a pleasure in many ways. The tips you will find in this note are technical and will in no way interfere with your personal touch.

Respect the assigned topic and considerationsYou should always think about what you are addressing so as not to deviate from the topic. It is better to choose a branch of it and contextualize it. And do not forget other requirements such as the format of the document and its length.

Remember what you are passionate aboutFind a way to write using your personality. So much so that the person reading it knows how to distinguish whether you are optimistic, meticulous, have a good sense of humor or are a perfectionist.

Short and creative titleCreativity is more important than anything else. A short title should not be: «The profession» or «My career». It doesn’t have to be cliché either. Don’t make a title longer than four words and avoid articles such as the, the, the, the, unless strictly necessary. If your title is understood the same with or without them, it is because you don’t need them.

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The letter of recommendation in principle is not very complicated to write. It should start with a first paragraph in which your professor introduces himself, says what his work at the university is and how he knows you, how long he has taught you and on what projects you have worked with him.

Hi Chus…it depends on the type of LOR (letter of recommendation). There are many that are not exactly letters, but questions such as (What is the applicant’s greatest strength, what could the applicant improve, what is the applicant’s legacy to your organization) and there are others that are more like a normal letter of recommendation.

I was thinking about getting help from the English academy since they are used to writing letters of recommendation and there are several of them so it won’t seem like the same person is writing it.

Another question is, do I have to write a different letter of recommendation for each university? It is that each one asks for a series of requirements and it seems that the same one does not work. If I already have a hard time getting them to write one, how can I tell them that they have to write 5-6 different ones?

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Compliance with this requirement is required for the date on which the applicant plans to begin his or her law studies, but not for the date on which he or she submits his or her application for admission through LSAC. By determination of the American Bar Association, the GPA obtained in graduate studies is not taken into consideration.

CAS is a service offered by the LSAC to compile information from applicants’ transcripts and LSAT scores. Subscribing to this service is a prerequisite of the admissions process.    If the applicant does not subscribe to the CAS, the Law School will not receive the applicant’s application.

The LSAC offers a «Fee Waiver» and waives the CAS service fee, LSAT test fee (up to a maximum of 2 times) and LSAT score report fee for those who cannot afford to pay for the service. To verify eligibility requirements for the Fee Waiver, please visit the following link:

4. Once you have completed the application and the status says «complete», click on the «Forms» link at the top right, download, complete, sign, and submit as attachments the Certification Letter, Reading Accreditation, and Relay of Revalidation.

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Bilateral Agreements are agreements signed between the Catholic University and a foreign university. In the list you can check if there is an exchange agreement with your university. If you are studying at an ISEP member university (http://isep.org) you can choose the Catholic University of Uruguay as your destination. For more information, please contact the ISEP Coordinator at your university. If your university is not on the list of universities with an agreement and is not a member of ISEP, you can come as a «Free Mover» (Free Mobility). This program allows you, by paying the registration fee, to study one semester at our University.

Application process Free Mobility – Free MoversThe international student as a «Free Mover» must submit: – Exchange application form- Letter from the International Relations Office of the student’s home university, stating that the student’s enrollment is active and that he/she has been selected to participate in the Exchange Program- Student’s curriculum vitae- Student’s explanatory report regarding his/her academic and professional background- Student’s academic and professional experience- Student’s application for the exchange program- Student’s academic and professional experience. Explanatory report of the student regarding his/her objectives and expectations for the cultural and academic exchange experience – Maximum 500 words – Statement of health and proof of full international health insurance coverage – Official transcript of studies from the home university – Photocopy of passport – 1 passport photo

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