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MSc Health Administration, Surgeon, China, Canada

April 7, 2016


As a permanent immigrant to Canada from China, and now 45 years old, I have been forced to wrestle with the question of what to do with my distinguished career as a surgeon in my native China, how to go about rebuilding my medical career in my new adopted land, Canada. Thus, I have decided to begi…

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PHD Linguistics, Culture & Language, Korean

December 10, 2014

I was born and raised in South Korea and came to the US in 2010. I am now in my senior year of a bachelor degree program in English Language and Literature. My goal is to join a challenging but supportive program that will enable me to conduct research relating to  the effects of culture on language…

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Fellowship Program Implant Dentistry, Thailand

November 8, 2014

I was born and raised in Bangkok, Thailand where I now live and work. I hold the degrees of Doctor of Dental Surgery and a Master’s Degree in Periodontics. I speak Thai and English. It is my goal, in applying for admission to the program, to maximize my knowledge of Implant Dentistry in order to hel…

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Master’s Computer Science, Data Mining

November 3, 2014

From my earliest years I loved puzzles and games involving the application of logic. It was a delight, at school, to discover that my skills had an application in computing. From my first lesson in the subject, I was ‘hooked’, it was work but it was also fun, an elusive combination to many in the wo…

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PHD Computer Science, Networks, Saudi

October 30, 2014

“Why do you want to do this?” People have said to me, in the tone one might use to a person threatening to jump from a cliff!  So I very carefully considered my motives before making this application. My reasons are: I love challenges and solving problems; I want to achieve something significant; I …

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MA International Affairs/Public Policy, Military

October 20, 2014

As a child, I loved maps. This interest developed into a curiosity about the differences and similarities in the way people in these different places on the map lived, ate, spoke and earned their livelihoods. This awareness of the world and its variety has increased with time and with the substantia…

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LOR, Letter of Recommendation for Dental School

October 13, 2014

To Whom It May Concern,                    

My name is XXXX D.D.S. and I am writing this on behalf of Kelly XXXX. I practice dentistry at my clinic, 6 to 9 Dental in XXXX, Ca. I also teach in the Dental School at the University of San Francisco. Miss XXXX serves as my Dental Hygien…

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PHD Business, Organizational Behavior

October 11, 2014

I am especially looking forward to doing research in the areas of organizational behavior and innovation management. 10 years from now I look forward to serving as a faculty member in a University here in my native Taiwan. My greatest fulfillment in life would be to devote myself primarily to profes…

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Sample LOR, Letter of Recommendation Residency

September 9, 2014

 

DATE:

 Re: Dr. XXXX’s Recommendation Letter                                        

 Dear Program Director,

Please accept this as a strong letter of recommendation in support of Dr XXXX’s scholastics and personal attributes. She is a rec…

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PHD Measurement, Statistics, and Evaluation

December 15, 2013

No one values education more highly than those who have received little or none themselves. Such was the case with my parents, my father had attended school for only five years and my mother had never attended school and was unable to read and write. Thus, our parents were especially determined that…

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PHD Education and Information, AQM

November 21, 2013

I am applying to the Ph.D. program in the Graduate School of Education and Information Studies in the Department of Education at the University of XXXX I am applying for the position of doctoral fellow in the Advanced Quantitative Methods program in Education Research. My desire to attend XXXU is dr…

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Media Studies Masters UK

August 4, 2013

Before my fascination for the media world developed I like everyone else was subconsciously a part of it. The news that was on TV, the magazines that I read and the commercials that urged me to buy the products I bought. The media and the world it creates around us are always there whether we are aw…

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MLIS Non-traditional Latina, Mexicana

August 4, 2013

I am a 49-year-old Mexican-American woman, a health-care professional, and a mother of four children ranging from middle school to post-graduate. I want to switch careers in mid-life and devote the balance to the study of Information and Library Science. My devotion to this cause has much to do with…

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South East Asian Studies Masters

August 4, 2013

My educational background is quite diverse. I spent my last three years at the XXXX College Australia, and have successfully finished year 12 there. My choices of subjects reflected the diversity of my interests - English, Mathematics, International Studies, Legal Studies, and Economics. I excelled …

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MS, Real Estate Finance

January 10, 2013

For the past eight years, I have maintained a conceptual continuity in my academic and professional careers, an unswerving commitment to providing the finest Accountancy and Real Estate finance service that I can.  I have faced each new challenge with increasing creativity, enthusiasm, with a work e…

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Residency Med-Peds, Saudi Arabia

January 6, 2013

A residency assignment in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics (Med-Peds) is more than just a logical progression for my career. Med-Peds fits very well into my strengths, experiences and education. Indeed, throughout medical school, I thoroughly enjoyed my time learning all that I could about Internal …

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Internal Medicine Residency, Woman Doctor

January 6, 2013

I am a young woman that is very devoted to the lifelong study of internal medicine, especially cardiology. At 29 years old, I feel strongly that this is the optimal point in my life for me to undertake the great adventure of practicing medicine in the West. I now have the requite experience, yet sti…

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MA Native American Studies NAS

January 3, 2013

Before I was twenty-one, I had be been born, raised, educated and lived on five continents.  Despite the dizzying array of languages, cultures, and creeds, I have seen past their looking glasses, never forgetting what my Nez Perce heritage, a gift of my father’s family that has claimed my very soul.…

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PHD Art History, Chinese Visual Culture

December 27, 2012

A few years ago, I was sitting in the former Rubel Library at XXXX University with my classical Chinese tutor and we made an electrifying discovery.  We solved a mystery of two versions of an eighteenth-century painting scroll depicting eight scenes of ghosts, by the artist, Luo Pin (1733-1799). At …

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Graduate School Diversity, Asia, Ukraine

June 7, 2012

As a child of an immigrant family from the Ukraine, I came to the West at the close of a  long and brutal era in my country of origin; I was only 13 years old when I escaped with my family to the West. For me, diversity in America is not so much formed on the basis of our genetic codes, but by our e…

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