Learn how to format and organize your CV and cover letter to market yourself to academic, research or post-doctoral positions.
Resumés/CVs for graduate school and research
Undergraduate students applying for research positions, graduate/professional programs, or for scholarships or bursaries, should use a modified resumé format. This format incorporates most of the headings found in a resumé plus research interests, experience, and academic achievements.
Graduate students who have completed their master’s or doctoral program and are applying for academic positions need an academic CV. In an academic CV you should highlight your academic achievements, publications, scholarly interests, and skills.
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