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Dear Sir or Madam,
writing you to apply for the position of anvery much interested in enrolling as an Erasmus student at the University in Rezekne (RHEI) during the spring semester of next academic year.
I am currently studying
thein my third year atin the Faculty of Economics and Management at the Slovak Agricultural University in Nitra (Slovakia). My department is Business Economics. I decided to pursue graduate study in the field of Business Economics at my own University.
There are several reasons why I have decided to apply for the Erasmus study program at the RēzekneAugstskola in Latvia. First
of all, it would definitely be a very efficient and spontaneouseffective way to improve my English. I studied English at my secondary school and currently I attend an English course in Nitra. But I know, today arelanguages are very important for my future career and the best way to learn a language is to talk with people and to learn in this language.
In this way opens upI am really attracted to the possibility for me for a whileof living and studying in a country that is unknown forto me, what really attractsbut at the same time attractive to me. So I can spend some time andI want to get to know the Latvian town calledRezekne, get to know their culture, traditions and language and experience for a momenttime how it is to live in Latvia. Your university would give me a chance to meet new European students. Where else could I meet a so varied group of young students, spend with them such a longtime and get to know their habits, attitudes and lifestyle etc? I think living, studying, travelling and having fun withinenjoying companionship with an international group of students would broaden my horizons and enable me to build friendships with young people within the whole of Europe.
I am a social type of person and I am able to work alone but also as part of a team. I can adapt to new situations, I make friends easily and I enjoy learning new things
. I belong to the people, but at the same time I am one who areis serious, responsible, independent and dynamic. I have the ability to adapt to multicultural environments, gained though my work experience abroad. I am sure that this opportunity will allow me to broaden my perspective and contribute to my personal development by expanding my knowledge and widening my experience gained by residence and study at your university. So, I consider it both a challenge and an opportunity to explore and identify ways of improving myself.
foron your university also because I really like its module (? modular?) system of study and the freedom onof making my study plan as I was informed. My English skills currently are not best but I have strong determination and the courage to study abroad and to work on myself (?improve myself?).
So, I am hopeful that you would consider me
I will be enough gooda qualified candidate for this program due to my strong motivation and interest.
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