The education in resume is a significant element that should be well presented. Job advertisements often require applicants to specify their educational background. Is it worth writing about all aspects of our education or is the latest information enough? Should we supply training and courses here or only colleges or schools?First of all, the Education section should contain the following:
- School begin and end date 'format: month and year only' - if we are fit to study, we should mark it by typing 'now' or 'until now'.
- The full name of school
- Faculty and specialization we graduated from 'if applicable'
- The subject of diploma thesis 'if it is consistent with position for which we apply'
- Acquired title or form of study, e.g. Master's degree or five-year master's studies, supplementary master's, bachelor's, postgraduate studies, etc. 'if applicable'
- Obtained profession e.g. journeyman, craftsman etc. 'if applicable'
First of all, you need to remember about the starting and finishing dates of education stage. They should be given chronologically in reverse order, i.e. from the school we recently graduated from. In this case, at the very end there should be a primary school, but it should be remembered that it is not given unless it is the only education we have. If we have more high education and high school didn't coincide with position or profile of organization, we don't supply it either, e.g. we have more high legal education and graduated from general secondary school, then we only supply more high education. However, if in same case we graduated from high school with a legal profile - it is worth being proud of. The dates given in resume should have the following format: month, year 'e.g; 10.2005 - 07. 2010' because it is the best approximation of term education. People who completed their education a long time ago should supply only the years of education 'eg 1997-2002'. It is worth emphasizing that it is not worth writing about schools that we haven't graduated from, because they will work to our disadvantage. It is very likely that during the interview, the employer will want to figure out why this happened. Even the best demonstration that it is not our fault will be unreliable for future employer. why did this happen. Even the best demonstration that it is not our fault will be unreliable for future employer. why did this happen. Even the best demonstration that it is not our fault will be unreliable for future employer.If we have extensive professional experience, we should present it earlier than education. In the first place, the recruiter will be interested in him and not whether we have graduated in field corresponding to industry. If, on another hand, our experience is not large, and our education coincides with job offer - it is worth writing it under your personal data. Trainings and courses should be written in a separate section - at the end of your resume.