A) How to write CV and cover letters:
Firstly, it’s crucial to ensure that your CV meets the Romanian labour market requirements. Countries have different rules and expectations regarding the content of a CV, so it’s important to follow specific criteria and guidelines. It is also very important to personalize your CV for each individual job application.
Finally, it depends on the position and language of the workplace you are applying for to have different copies of your CV in different languages. The most common CV languages in Romania are English, French, German or Romanian, but this depends on the job you are applying for.
There are many websites to guide you on how to write your CV and cover letter. Probably the most used and organized website in Europe is Europass. You can follow this link to start writing your cover letter via Europass.
Europass is a set of online tools and information developed by the European Commission, designed to guide you to manage every step of your learning process and career. These tools and information support you in communicating your education, skills, qualifications and experiences accurately and consistently across Europe.
Follow the next instructional video to start writing your CV:
The cover letter is the first matter an employer will read from you. Your cover letter must indicate what position you are applying for, and then provides information about why you should be considered for the position. Do not duplicate all the information you mentioned in your CV. On the other hand, you can elaborate on the CV the information that are directly applicable to the position for which you are applying.
Follow the next instructional video to start writing your cover letter:
C) Diploma recognition and equivalency: