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Louise Gill

  • There are some things which are the same for a CV in most countries. As in the UK, you should try and restrict the length to just one page. To help with this when you begin to write, format the blank page as effectively as possible. Additionally, if you really want to target a specific employer with an application, you need to produce a cover letter (une letter de motivation) detailing why you would be suitable for the job and outlining where you saw the job advertised. Here are some tips for how to produce a CV and lettre de motivation in French, in a typical French layout.
  • Louise Gill is a Joint Honours student at the University of Liverpool studying BA (Hons) English and French. She has just begun her year abroad in Boulogne-Sur-Mer in the North of France as a British Council Language Assistant in an international boarding school for 11- 15 year olds. This is the diary of her first week there...
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