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آموزش نوشتن رزومه علمی برای ادامه تحصیل در خارج از کشور

آموزش نوشتن رزومه علمی برای ادامه تحصیل در خارج از کشور – در صورتی که تمایل دارید با یکی از اساتید خارج از کشور برای ادامه تحصیل در مقطع کارشناسی ارشد ، دکتری و یا پسا دکتری مکاتبه کنید و یا برای یکی از فرصت های تحصیل در خارج که توسط رایتمن اطلاع رسانی می شود اپلای نمایید، قبل از هر چیز بایستی رزومه علمی مناسبی تهیه کرده باشید. 

در این رابطه بایستی بدانید که نوشتن یک رزومه علمی ، کار یک روزه نیست و ویرایش رزومه مناسب برای اپلای در خارج از کشور، در حدود یک هفته بطور پاره وقت از شما زمان خواهد برد. بسیاری از افرادی که قصد ادامه تحصیل در خارج از کشور را دارند، تصور می کنند که برای نوشتن یک روزمه علمی مناسب بایستی فونت و استایل گرافیکی خاص و فانتزی ارائه دهند و برای پاسخ به این نیاز به دنبال زیباترین نمونه های رزومه CV که تا به حال دیده اند، می گردند و تلاش می کنند تا با جایگزینی مطالب مربوط به خود به سرعت رزومه ای تهیه کنند، در حالی که واقعیت خوب بودن یک رزومه علمی این نیست. اخذ پذیرش در یک فرصت مطالعاتی، بورس دکتری و یا بورس ارشد، نیازمند داشتن هنری در نگارش رزومه علمی است که در این نوشته تلاش شده تا شما به این هنر دست یابید.

رایتمن در این نوشته، الگویی از یک رزومه علمی مناسب را ارائه می کند که بسیار مجرب بوده و با عمل به آن، به یقین به نتیجه خواهید رسید. در این الگو، محتوا و نحوه چیدمان بخش های مختلف رزومه مورد تاکید می باشد. فونت و سایر استایل های نگارشی، کاملا سلیقه ای است، اما چارچوب رزومه بهتر است به همین صورتی باشد که رایتمن توصیه می کند. همچنین توصیه ای به گذاشتن عکس در رزومه نمی کنیم چراکه مرسوم و رایج نیست.

برای دریافت اطلاعات بیشتر در این رابطه به منوی لینک های ویژه که پیوسته به روز رسانی می شود مراجعه کنید و یا در خبرنامه ایمیلی رایتمن ثبت نام کنید تا اخبار جدید استعلام شده در این رابطه برای شما ارسال شود.



Write your contact details across the page -saving space

  Include your landline, mobile and email address


Briefly state exactly what it is you want – what post you are applying for.  Don’t waffle


This is the key element of your CV.  The rest of your CV content will be based on this section. Use words which reflect skills and experiences which match the opportunity you are applying for but keep it short. scholarship daily news in www.rightman.ir


Write in reverse chronological order, the institutions where you studied, when you studied and outcomes.  If you are applying for your first post after graduating, then this section can highlight aspects of your PhD which are relevant to the post you are applying for.  Include an abstract of your PhD.  You may choose to write a more detailed synopsis here or you could put this as an Addendum (if relevant to your application). scholarship daily news in www.rightman.ir


Write in reverse chronological order, job title, organisation and dates (only month and year necessary).  Include jobs you did as a student only if they are relevant to your application. Do not write a job description unless the employment is directly relevant to the post you are applying for. scholarship daily news in www.rightman.ir


List any memberships you may have relevant to your research or other life activities. scholarship daily news in www.rightman.ir


Use this section to write about your computational skills, administrative skills, team-working skills, time-management, communication skills and project management skills giving some evidence of how you acquired them. What IT skills do you have? Rather than write a long list, use sub-headings: you may want to include some skills in your Addendum if you have one. scholarship daily news in www.rightman.ir


Perhaps you held a position of responsibility, play/played a sport, have volunteering experience, or were an active member of a university club? Do you speak any languages, have a driving licence, play an instrument, or hold a non-academic qualification?  If so, include them here. scholarship daily news in www.rightman.ir


Three referees would be appropriate. Include your PhD supervisor and at least one other academic who knows you. Give as many contact details for each referee as possible, (address, email and telephone number) with title (ex. Prof, Dr) if appropriate. scholarship daily news in www.rightman.ir

Academic CV Additions

Now you add the extra information you need to turn the Classic CV into one for your application to work in academia! scholarship daily news in www.rightman.ir

An academic CV differs from others in that it should include sections which relate directly to your research and other related skills and experiences. You can see a suggested subject heading list below. There is no set Academic CV format: your layout is up to you. scholarship daily news in www.rightman.ir

An applicant with experience applying for a senior post, may well want to add an Appendix/Addendum in which research information can be written in detail as well as other relevant information. A new graduate may not have the experience to do this and can incorporate all relevant headings into the main body of the CV. scholarship daily news in www.rightman.ir

Below are some suggestions of how you can record your skills and experience under different headings, and they are just examples. Remember the three key elements potential employers look for are Research, Teaching and Administration, so these three elements should definitely be prioritised and included in all academic CV’s. scholarship daily news in www.rightman.ir


Brief summary of current research + names of supervisors

Emphasize creative and innovative aspects of your research where possible

Where is your research going?  Where would you like it to go

Your potential employer might well know your supervisor – that will give connections and employer may well know methodology of supervisor

Incorporate conferences and posters

Collaborations – highlight your name even if it is third or fourth in list of contributors

How have you disseminated your research to a wider audience

Conducted archival research

Evaluated and selected the appropriate approach to identify key features of the research

Conceptualized the problem

Planned and managed the research project

Ability to deal with different methodologies and theories

Recorded, analysed and interpreted data


Teaching/demonstrating experience both paid and unpaid – including anything of relevance

Training, mentoring, facilitating

Supervision of students – undergraduate? Post graduate?  Year

What teaching materials have you designed or prepared

Seminar experience?  How many hours and how many students

Have you organised any fieldwork or trips

Any involvement in course organisation or preparation

Lab supervision

Any informal mentoring or supporting students

Have you supervised any dissertation work or thesis

Have you been involved with tutorials

What lectures you have delivered

Evaluation techniques


Responsibility for planning conferences

Committees (Board of Studies – even as an undergraduate perhaps?) and student associations

Marking, assessment and related paperwork – did you run a lecture course

Examinations – perhaps you have helped with invigilation or marking

Writing up research or checking other research work

Ability to prioritise workload and to meet deadlines

Have you made any changes to procedures which have improved the efficiency of the research project or department

Administration related to involvement with course work or degree schemes

Have you helped out at Open Days

Planned or organised conferences

Involvement in writing research proposals

Excellent verbal and written skills


Write about the aims, responsibilities and successes of your research so far

What techniques and methodologies have you used so far

Are you using quantitative and/or qualitative methods

What technical skills are you using/developing

What other skills are you acquiring?  Problem-solving skills? Project Management


Use this heading to identify where you would like your research interest to go


Teaching qualifications

IT qualifications

Language qualifications such as TOEFL

Any professional qualification

You could put any professional courses you have attended


Member of curriculum development team

Supervised research students

Setting and marking of examinations

Supporting students in a pastoral/advisory role

Membership of committees/boards

Represented institution at conferences and seminars

Established collaboration outside the institution

Coordinated academic and policy dissemination

Managed and supervised staff

Programme administrator


Depending on how many publications you have, you could include a short list in the body of your CV or provide a full list in an appendix. Include journal articles, books or chapters of books, reports and patents. If you wrote as part of a team, list all authors and highlight your own name in the sequence. scholarship daily news in www.rightman.ir


Give details of any conferences you have attended, and those at which you have presented delivered poster presentations

Mention any involvement you may have had –  perhaps a Grad School event or a conference at department level

List any posters or exhibitions where you have presented

You could use this section to list any courses you have attended


List any bursaries, scholarships, travel grants or other sources of funding that you were awarded for research projects or to attend meetings or conferences

Who made the award and for how much

Did you win any undergraduate prizes

Was the award for you alone or was it shared

What role did you play in securing it

When was the award made

Include grants, awards, bursaries and fellowships


List any membership you hold of any professional body or learned society

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