Application Letter

Application Letter

  • Submitted By: titalol
  • Date Submitted: 11/11/2013 8:25 PM
  • Category: English
  • Words: 333
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Tegucigalpa, Francisco Morazán
Honduras C.A
June 23, 2013

Dr. Martha Harrold
Postgraduate Administrator
The University of York
Heslington, York, YO10 5DD, UK

Dear Ms. Harrold:

My name is, currently I am an Undergraduate student of the English program at the National Pedagogical University Francisco Morazán from the country of Honduras. I am pursuing a master degree program on Phonetics and Phonology at the University of York scheduled to start on September 2015. This stems from the fact to refine and expertise more my career in the English teaching field.through the career I have developed a strong desire focus on the English teaching.
This system; from the training in techniques used in phonetic to the development of interest in areas such as forensic phonetics, conversation, and the phonetics–phonology interface. I would be honored to study at York, acknowledging that The University of York is the only UK University to rank in the top 10 in the Times Higher Education (THE). York gives students the very best support from the moment they inquire until graduation and beyond.
Due to the fact that I am from another country, I am sure that this specialty will give me the opportunity to contribute to our educational system and the various English programs; the same for the purpose of improving English at all levels. By accepting me on this programme, York University will have the opportunity to prepare students not only from Europe or North America but from Central America. I am aware of the highly competitive demands of this master’s programme; however, I am confident that I have the ability, ambition and motivation to exceed the requirements within the Master’s on phonetics and phonology programme.
I look forward to your positive response, I can be contacted by my phone numer (504)3270-9320 or my E-mail address
Beforehand, I am grateful for your attention.

Yours truly,
Karla Zapata

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