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.
A job or an internship is an excellent way to practice Spanish whilst gaining valuable work experience or just earning some extra money! To apply you will need a Spanish version of your CV (curriculum vitae) and a cover letter (carta de presentación) in Spanish. It’s not essential to attach a photograph but some positions may request it. So here are our tips for how to compose a successful application...
Europass helps individuals highlight their experience and expertise in an effective way. It can help to remove barriers to working, studying or training in Europe. It is FREE and enables people to present their skills, competencies and qualifications in a way that is clear and understandable.
If you want to work in a German-speaking country, then you need to have a version of your CV not only written in German, but also in the style and layout of a traditional German CV. Here is some advice from recent graduate Lloyd Bingham to help you out.