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The Skills Toolkit
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When it comes to job applications, cover letters play a key role. They introduce you to the employer and tell them how the experience and skills in your resume make you a great match for the job. So, what do employers care about in a cover letter? What makes a good impression, and what are the potential pitfalls that could make your application less appealing? Here are five things Sian Havard, Founder and Consultant at recruitment company Milkshake Group, would like to tell you about your cover letter, so that you can write a winning one.
Forming a key part of your university application, you should use the UCAS personal statement to showcase how your skills, experience and aspirations are suited to the course. This is your opportunity to tell course tutors in your own words the reasons why you feel you'd be an asset to their university. However, you'll have to adhere to the UCAS guidelines as you endeavour to meet the course entry requirements. There's no maximum word count, but you'll need to remain within the 4, character limit including spaces and punctuation allowed in UCAS Apply, as well as keeping the statement to a total of 47 lines.