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  • 1. Prepaired and Presented: Khosbayar, Munkhbold, Munkhbat
  • 2. CV
    • What is CV?
    • Difference between the CV and the Resume
    • Sections of the CV
    • CVwriting tips
    • CV examples
  • 3. What is CV?
    • CV is “curriculum (course) vitae (life) ” Latin word.
    • Purpose of a CV is get you an interview
    • Details all your academic credentials and professional accomplishments
    • Highlights your technical skills and summarizes academic accomplishments and professional history
  • 4. WHAT IS A CV FOR?
    • A CV or resume is quite simply an 'advert' to sell yourself to an employer.
    • You should send a CV to an employer when they ask for one in a job advert, or when you are enquiring if any jobs are available.
    • The purpose of your CV is to make you attractive, interesting, worth considering to the company and so receive a job interview.
  • 5. What is Resume
    • A resume is a summary of those aspects of your experience and education/training that qualify you for the particular job for which you are applying
  • 6. Difference between the CV and the Resume
    • Purposes are different
    • CV academic research, government, industrial research.
    • Resume for jobs where research isn't part of the job
    • No length requirement on CV; Resume more focused on specific job and shorter.
    • Publications are often omitted from the resume
    • On resume may need to order Education section after Experience or Skills
  • 7. Sections of the CV
    • Basic sections
        • Personal details
        • Education
        • Work experience
        • Interests
        • Skills
        • References
  • 8. Sections of the CV
    • Additional possible sections
      • Grants
      • Teaching Experience
      • Research Interests
      • Memberships
      • Academic Service
  • 9. Personal details
    • Name, home address, college address, phone number, email address, date of birth.
    • Do you have your own web homepage? Include it (if it's good!).
    • If your name does not obviously show if you are male or female, include this!
  • 10. Education
    • Give places of education where you have studied - most recent education first.
    • Include subject options taken in each year of your course.
    • Include any special project, thesis, or dissertation work.
    • Pre-college courses (school, etc.) should then be included, including grades.
    • Subjects taken and passed at or after college will be of most interest.
    • Earlier courses, taken at say age 13-14, may not need much detail.
  • 11. Work experience
    • List your most recent experience first.
    • Give the name of your employer, job title, and very important, what you actually did and achieved in that job.
    • Part-time work should be included.
    • If you have been involved in any type of voluntary work, do give details
  • 12. Interests
    • A one-person interest, such as stamp-collecting, may be of less interest to them, unless it connects with the work you wish to do.
    • Give only enough detail to explain. (If you were captain of a sports team, they do not want to know the exact date you started, how many games you played, and how many wins you had! They will ask at the interview, if they are interested.)
  • 13. Skills
    • Ability in other languages
    • Computing experience
    • Possession of a driving licence should be included
  • 14. CVwriting tips
    • Keep your CV simple
    • Your CV must be concise
    • Your CV must be easy to read
    • Your CV must sell you
    • If you use e-mail submission, send CV as an attachment
    • Send a cover letter as well
    • PDF Version is a good choice
  • 15. CVwriting tips
    • And your CV must be tailored to what the reader is looking for
    • CV and letter principles apply to all career moves
    • Good CV is essential for full-time jobs, part-time, internal, external, promotions, new jobs, career changes, internships and work experience placements
  • 16.
    • A CV does not have to be a text document
    • Picture tells a thousand words
    • Video CV can be
  • 17. CV template
  • 18. CV example
  • 19. CV example