- Правила написания рекомендаций
- Пример рекомендательного письма от работодателя для студентки (на английском)
- Пример рекомендательного письма от учителя математики для школьника (на русском)
- Пример отличного развернутого рекомендательного письма от преподавателя-профессора для студента (на английском)
- Пример рекомендательного письма для университета (на английском) от студента
В данное статье вы узнаете о том, какие рекомендательные письма существуют для школ и университетов, а также познакомитесь с примерами их написания.
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Учебные заведения как правило требуют 1-2-3 Рекомендательных письма от учеников. Письма должны содержать контактную информацию преподавателя, сокурсника, работодателя, который пишет письмо, чтобы сотрудники приемной комиссии могли связаться с ним и уточнить некоторые детали при необходимости.
Правила написания рекомендаций
Все рекомендации должны честно описывать абитуриента. Письмо должно быть с личной подписью и контактными данными преподавателя / работодателя / сокурсника.
Важно, чтобы лицо, пишущее рекомендацию, не только знало заявителя, но и преподавало именно тот предмет, который непосредственно касается выбранной специальности. Например, если подается заявка на специальность по химии, а рекомендация от преподавателя физкультуры, то такая рекомендация абсолютно не будет иметь ценности, поскольку не сможет показать знания ученика по выбранной специальности.
Лучше рекомендации сразу писать на английском языке, но если это невозможно, то перевод с русского должен делать специалист, с указанием своих личных и контактных данных и с печатью своего учреждения. Представители компании СМАПС оказывают услуги профессионального перевода.
Лучше, чтобы вся предоставленная информация была достоверной, а характеристика подтверждалась примерами. Каждое рекомендательное письмо должно дополнять следующее, тогда при их прочтении у приемной комиссии сложится самое благоприятное мнение о студенте.
В некоторых вузах США практикуют онлайн рекомендации. Они проходят таким образом, что после прочтения рекомендательных писем к людям, их написавшим, на почтовый адрес приходят ссылки на страницу с уже готовым логином и паролем, на которой они могут заполнить еще одну рекомендацию. После входа им будет предложена форма в две или три страницы, на которой нужно будет по шкале оценить достоинства конкурсанта.
Пример рекомендательного письма от работодателя для студентки (на английском)
This letter is issued to Student Name to confirm, that she has completed training practical work from 1/07/2013 until 25/08/2013 at Consulting Center Ltd in Moscow. Student Name has performed wide range of assistant duties including practical services for organizations and individual entrepreneurs, looking for developing of their businesses. During her time spent with us, she gained experience in practical consulting activities, she has helped to conduct audit of management systems and learned methodologies of conducting analysis.
Student Name has done an excellent job and we wish her a good luck with her application and want to thank her once again for her contribution.
Пример рекомендательного письма от учителя математики для школьника (на русском)
На протяжении двух лет обучения математике в средней школе, Имя Студента показал себя добросовестным и активным учеником, он прилежно выполнял свои задания. С интересом воспринимает новый материал. Оцениваю его знания на сегодня хорошо и отлично. Всегда стремится к лучшим результатам и работает над ошибками. Имя Студента целеустремленный мальчик, я вижу в нем определенный потенциал и интерес к предмету. Мне было приятно с ним работать, и я желаю Имя Студента всего самого хорошего в дальнейшей жизни.
Пример отличного развернутого рекомендательного письма от преподавателя-профессора для студента (на английском)
Dear Admission Committee,
I am writing this letter to give my highest possible recommendation for Student Name. I know Student Name through his work in my laboratory. Student Name first approached me two years ago about the possibility of practice in my laboratory for a summer. At our first meeting I described the general outline of the project he might work on. He asked good questions and appeared intelligent. He then went to the library and found many papers on the subject and read them carefully. He did this independently - I did not ask him to do this. I learned that he had done this at our second meeting, and I was quite impressed at his motivation and independence. Student Name obtained funding from a program at our University to work in the lab for a summer. During that summer, Student Name demonstrated the ability to work independently with great creativity and enthusiasm. He also put in many long hours. He worked as hard as my best graduate student. I teamed Student Name with another student to work on a project involving testing of patients having shoulder pathology. The project included recruiting patients, testing patients using biomechanical instrumentation, and data analysis. Student Name excelled in each one of these areas. His interpersonal skills were excellent. He “schmoozed” the clinical staff to facilitate recruitment of patients. He tested the patients professionally. Sometimes this testing required long days due to the extensive setup and calibration of equipment each morning before the clinic began operation. He stayed after the testing sessions to back up data, clean up the area, and start data processing programs to run overnight. He was usually the first one in the lab in the morning and the last to leave in the evening. The other student working with Student Name commented favorably about working with Student Name. He said Student Name got along well with everyone, pulled his own weight on the project, and had the ability to compromise with other team members. One incident illustrates this point. There is a staff member in an adjoining lab that is a rather prickly person who has had many problems with students in the past. Student Name had to interact with this staff person in order to get his project done. Student Name was able to find a common interest with this staff person, which was folk dancing, and build a rapport based on this mutual interest. At the end of the summer the staff person noted what a pleasure it was to work with Student Name. Student Name also volunteered to help others in the lab. One of the other students was doing a project on knee biomechanics, and it required harvesting knees from the University’s morgue. Student Name volunteered to help harvest the knees on several occasions. I asked the graduate student in charge of that project about Student Name, and he commented that Student Name has excellent dissection skills. I was especially taken by Student Name creative mind and independent work ethic. He continued to read the literature independently and generate interesting hypotheses. We met about every other week, and at several meetings he presented papers and information that was new to me. By the end of the summer he was introducing me to scientific papers that were directly relevant to his study that I hadn’t seen before. Student Name also showed remarkable problem solving ability. Our instrumentation system began having problems midway through his experiment. Student Name spent a full weekend troubleshooting the system. He discovered there was a loose wire in the A/D connection box. Student Name is going to be first author on a manuscript that he is preparing for publication. He followed through on his promise to write the manuscript during his M2 year. Moreover, he handled the manuscript revisions and saw the manuscript through to publication. This illustrates his high level of motivation. In summary, Student Name is clearly the best student I have worked with in the last 10 years. I would very much like him match to our residency program. Even though I hope he stays here, I think he would be an outstanding asset to your program. I give him my highest recommendation.
Sincerely, Professor Name (Signature)
Пример рекомендательного письма для университета (на английском) от студента
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To Whom it May Concern
It is my pleasure to recommend Student Name for admission to [name of program] at [name of university]. I am a fifth-year Ph.D. student at the University of California, Berkeley. I came to know Student Name when I was her Graduate Student Instructor for Philosophy (Ethical Relativism). The course comprised [short description of course]. Student Name distinguished herself by submitting an exceptionally well researched and interesting project on ethical practices in ancient Greece. I would rank her in the top 2% of students that I have taught in the past five years in respect of her writing ability and research skills. Overall, Student Name is highly intelligent and has good analytical skills. Her project on ethical practices in ancient Greece demonstrated her ability to come a detailed understanding of the ethical practices of another, very different, culture, and to analyze the consequences of those practices for contemporary ethical theories. She gave a particularly interesting discussion of the difficult practice of infanticide, and showed both sensitivity and detachment when discussing its ethical consequences. Her overall intelligence is also reflected in her grades for the course, which were by far the best in the class. Student Name has excellent communication skills. Her written work is both clear and concise, as well as interesting to read. She demonstrated her oral articulateness in the discussion sections that were an integral part of the course. Each discussion section focused on a particular ethical dilemma. Students were required analyze morally problematic situations, and to develop and argue for their own ethical views with regard to the issue in question. Student Name was highly proficient in applying the course material in analyzing the problem situations. She always explained her views very concisely and gave supporting arguments that were both clear and persuasive. Student Name also demonstrated good teamwork skills in group assignments. At a personal level, Student Name is a well disciplined, industrious student with a pleasant personality. She went well beyond the course requirements in the quantity and quality of her project, putting in a lot of extra research and attending office hours every week. Throughout the course, Student Name demonstrated great perseverance and initiative. Not only was she interested in and motivated to learn the material, but she also put great work into assimilating it to her own experience and developing her own ideas about each ethical topic that we discussed. Student Name is unquestionably an exceptional candidate for graduate study in Ethics. Student Name work in Philosophy suggests that she would greatly benefit from the opportunities for intellectual development provided by a sustained period of graduate study. She has proven herself to have the perseverance, initiative, and intellectual creativity necessary to complete an advanced graduate degree. I would therefore highly recommend Student Name. If her performance in my class is a good indication of how she would perform as a graduate student, she would be an extremely positive asset to your program. If I can be of any further assistance, or provide you with any further information, please do not hesitate to contact me.
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