I am writing to you in the hope of obtaining the scholarship in history to support my study and some research work.
I am a graduate student in the Department of History in the Northeast University for Nationalities. In addition to study and research work, I also write books. Recently I have finished a book on the history of the Oroqen nationality in China, which is to be published by the World Book Publishing House in the coming year. I would like to focus on that field for my advanced studies.
Enclosed please find three letters of recommendation and my resume. Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to your reply.
I should like to apply for one of the scholarships that your department may be offering to students from other countries. Would you please send me the necessary application forms and any further details about the scholarships.
I am a postgraduate student in Beijing Science and Engineering University. I major in microelectronics engineering, and do some research work during my study years. I hope to have a further study and continue to do my research work if I succeed in obtaining the engineering scholarship.
Enclosed please find two letters of recommendation and my score report card. Thank you for your consideration. I look forward to your reply.
Dear Dr. Gomes:
I have read the announcement of the scholarship in chemistry that the University of Colorado is offering, and I would like to submit my application.
The enclosed application form for admission to the graduate school of your university will give my educational history. However, I would like to point out that I have just received an M.S.
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