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Detailed instructions for using the Europass curriculum vitae



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Detailed instructions for using the Europass curriculum vitae
(
http://europass.cedefop.europa.eu
)


How to draft your Europass curriculum vitae
I.
Use the online interface or download the CV template
You can either a) use the online interface available on the Europass website. (http://europass.cedefop.europa.eu) Your CV can be then saved to the directory of your choice orb) download the CV template (in Word or OpenOffice format) in the language of your choice from the same website and save it on your computer hard disk you then complete the various headings in the right-hand column, and insert your personal data. If you need guidance, consult the sample CVs provided on http://europass.cedefop.europa.eu

II.
Fill in the different sections as follows

Important:
- do not change the wording of the left-hand column
- keep to the layout and font used in the template. Instructions for using the Europass curriculum vitae - http://europass.cedefop.europa.eu - © European Communities 2003 Page 3


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c u r r i cu l um vitae bb
Insert photograph if requested (optional)
Notes:
- a picture is not essential in a CV, unless requested by the employer
- format preferably jpg.
Personal information
Surname(s) / First names) remove if not relevant) State your surnames) (preferably using small capitals) and first names, (preferably using lower case), e.g.:
Smith, John Andrew
in conformity with the rules that apply in your country.
Note: if you have more than one other name, start with the one you usually use. Addresses) remove if not relevant) State your complete postal addresses) where you wish to be contacted, e.g.:
12, High Street, Newtown AB CD
Notes:
- show clearly the address at which you can be contacted quickly. If your permanent address is different from where you are living at present, you may write both addresses, stating the dates between which you can be contacted at each
- the order in which the items in an address appear may vary from country to country follow the rules that apply so that post will reach you quickly do not forget the country code if you are applying abroad (see sample CV
- in the case of Ireland, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands, the name of the country is written out in full Dublin 2 Ireland
… London SW1P AT United Kingdom

2500 EA Den Haag
Nederland For further details, consult the Interinstitutional style guide, available online http://publications.europa.eu/code/en/en-000400.htm
Instructions for using the Europass curriculum vitae - http://europass.cedefop.europa.eu - © European Communities 2003 Page 4

Telephones) remove if not relevant) State the telephone numbers) where you wish to be contacted if necessary, give specific days and times when it is possible to reach you (so that you can be contacted quickly, e.g.: Fixed 0845 120 30 45 Mobile 6945 12 36 54
Notes:
- if you wish to send your CV to other countries, give the country prefix and any regional prefix in brackets. These two prefixes should be joined by a hyphen, e.g.: (44-20) 80 12 34 56 fora number in London.
- divide the principal number into groups of two from the right-hand side, the last group consisting of three digits if the number is odd (groups are separated by a space, not by a full stop, e.g. (353-1) 220 20 20 fora number in Dublin. For further details, consult the Interinstitutional style guide, available online http://publications.europa.eu/code/den/en-000400.htm

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