University Career Center


There are different ways of presenting information in your CV (academic CV, chronological or competency- based CV). Either way, your CV must include key information. Citing information under the points is clearer than writing it in the form of a classical letter

  • Type your CV and never write it by hand!.
  • Use formal fonts Times New Roman, Arial.
  • Avoid funny fonts: Comic Sans MS, Gothic, Haettenschweiler, Monotype Corsiva.
  • Use standard size for letters (12-14).
  • Check your grammar and style.
  • Update your CV on time (after a new job, professional development etc.) .
  • Do not send photos on your own (if not asked).
  • Check the text with your friends.