When you apply to a university in the Netherlands, you are often required to provide a resume, or Curriculum Vitae, CV. It is a short autobiography where you tell to admission officers about yourself, your previous education, work and life experience, languages, and hobbies.
Here you can find an example of resume for a prospective student applying for a preparation or Bachelor programme at a Dutch university. If you apply for a Master programme, you should pay more attention on previous education and work experience (if available).
|First name(s):||John S.|
|Street address||123 Tower Bridge Rd, SE1 3LP|
|Telephone||+44 20 123 45 678|
|Date of birth||11.11.1987|
|Place of birth||London, UK|
Here you should write your
|Name or number
|123 (name of school, if available).|
|Address||123 Stansfeld Rd, London, UK|
|Period||1990 - 2001|
|Diploma||name of your diploma
(for example, high school certificate,
or International Baccalaureate)
Work experience (if available)
|Name of company|
|Address||123 Victoria Dock Rd, London, UK|
|Period||August 2000 - May 2001|
|Responsibilities||communicating with customers|
|Sports or reading|
Read more about admission and required documents at universities in the Netherlands.