North Macedonian motivational letters for mobility in Serbia

Ana Grivchevska

Dear Erasmus+ staff,

Ana Grichevska

I am writing to you in regards of the mobility in Chichevac, Serbia. I would like to apply for this opportunity for the following reasons.

First of all, I love meeting new people and enjoy making friends with people from other countries. I am a very friendly person and have many friends from all around the world. The language barrier would not be a problem since I speak English very well and also know a lot of Serbian and Croatian.

I would also love to take part in this mobility because I love exchanging opinions and points of view with others my age.

I would love to travel to Serbia because I see it as a way of learning a lot about other cultures, traditions, and how everyday life looks like in other countries.

I am an active member of the school journalist section and often write articles in our school newspaper. My colleagues and I are always working together on something new and exciting. We would all really appreciate this opportunity and see it as a way of getting closer and overall an amazing memory together.

Yours sincerely,

Ana Grivchevska

Anastasija Nikolova

Dear Erasmus+ staff,

Anastasija Nikolova

My name is Anastasija Nikolova and I am 9th grade student also I’m 14 years old. I’m not a member of the journalist section, but I’m a member of the STEAM section. In our school, this is a section where we motivate students to like some subjects like for example: math, science, physics, biology, and others. However, I’ve been involved in some of the activities of this Erasmus+ project by participating in some of the media literacy workshops that were held in our school as part of this project.

From this mobility, I expect to learn a lot about other cultures and to make some new friends. My friends tell me that I’m open-minded that I’m pretty friendly and talkative person so I want to meet and make some new friends and have fun.

In addition, I expect that by participating in this mobility I could learn a lot about the media, about fake news since fake news has become increasingly prevalent over the last few years and about journalism in general. We are living in a fast changing world with a fast flow of information.  A large number of magazines and journals have come up so learning about media literacy is very important.

Kind regards

Anastasija Nikolova

Andrea Anakievska

Dear Erasmus+ staff,

Andrea Anakievska

I am writing to you regarding the mobility in the town Chichevac in Serbia. I am in the 9th grade and I have been a member of the media secion in our school from two and a half years now. I would like to apply to go on this mobility because of several reasons.

Firstly, I see this as an opportunity to exchange views and opinions with people from different countries, languages, and nationalities. I am a really curious person and I would be really interested to know what other people think about certain subjects and topics, especially in the field of media literacy and journalism.

Secondly, I would really like to meet friends from other countries regardless of the language barrier. Overall, I am a very friendly and extroverted person so I would really enjoy their company.

And lastly, it would be a fun experience. Me and my colleagues would look back at this amazing opportunity and it would make a great memory. With this mobility I will be able to learn about peoples cultures and our differences.

Yours sincerely,

Andrea Anakievska

Dragan Bozhikj

Dear Erasmus + staff,

Dragan Bozhikj

I am 14 years old and I am in the 9th grade. I am a good student and I am always ready for new challenges and gaining new knowledge. I love when I learn new things, because most of them will one day help me in my life to succeed in something. I’m very interested in technology, and I spend most of my free time surfing the Internet, where I often see that we are face with a lot of fake news.

The school I study in is part of the Erasmus+ project from the very beginning. I have been a member of the media section at the school for the beginning. I think, an interesting fact is that I am one of the students who made the logo for “Young Journalists of Today – Responsible Digital Citizens of Tomorrow”, which was selected and used by five partners of the project and I am very proud of that.

Traveling to Serbia will mean a lot to me, because I am sure that I will gain new knowledge, and I am especially sure that I will meet new friends, who, just like me, are interested in achieving new knowledge and challenges.

Socializing with those young journalists from different countries will be a great new experience for me that will remain as a good memory for me, forever.

Dragan Bozhikj

Gorjan Azmanov

Dear Erasmus+ staff,

Gorjan Azmanov

Our school is a partner in the Erasmus+ project “Young journalists today – responsible digital citizens tomorrow for two and a half years now. Sadly, I was not able to participate in the planned mobility before, because of the pandemic. This is why I would like to be a participant in the Erasmus+ mobility this year, because I really think, it would be great to communicate with children from other countries, practice my English, and learn new things about Serbia and its culture.

I am a member of the school journalist section and write articles for the school newspaper „L.A. IN-      formator“. I have been a member of the section for 3 years, and have learned many things about the media and professionally writing articles.

I am a 9th grade student and I am 13 years old. I am very shy, but when I get to know someone, I am very communicative with him or her and very friendly. When I find myself in a group project and often being the leader, because of my ability to help others and to organize the team.

It would be a great honor for me to be a part of the project mobility in Serbia and to have the opportunity to learn more about the similarities and differences in our cultures.

Best regards,

Gorjan Azmanov

Luka Gjurikj

Dear Erasmus+ staff,

Luka Gjurikj

I am writing to you regarding the mobility in the town Chichevac in Serbia.

I am very grateful that our school is a part of this Erasmus+ project because I believe it gives excellent opportunities for young people. I strongly believe that I would be a suitable participant for this mobility and I would like to take part in it for many reasons and one of them is to make new friends and communicate with them. I would like to improve foreign language skills as well.

I am a 9th grade student and I study at the primary school Lazo Angelovski. I can speak Macedonian, Serbian, Slovenian and English. I have participated in several competitions such as Biology, Geography and English. I have been a member the media section that is a part of our Erasmus+ project “Young journalist today – responsible digital citizens tomorrow” from the very beginning.

I am responsible, I finish all my assignments in time, and I am a very outgoing person. I love communicating with people. I have excellent speaking and writing skills both in Macedonian and in English language. I am a person who is fond of traveling around the world and discovering new interesting places.

I am grateful for your consideration of my application.

Yours faithfully,

Luka Gjurikj

Marko Pavleski

Dear Erasmus+ staff,

Marko Pavlevski

I am Marko Pavleski and I am 13 years old. With this letter, I would like to apply and express my desire to take part in the upcoming mobility in Chichevac, Serbia. During this mobility, which is part of the project of “Young journalists today – responsible digital citizens tomorrow”, I am convinced that I will worthily represent my school and my country. As a student at the primary school Lazo Angelovski, with my exemplary behavior and demonstrated excellent success in education, as well as the experience in different activities in our school, I believe that I will be a successful representative in the upcoming activity.

From the mobility on Serbia, I expect to gain new knowledge, acquaintances and friendships. I will unselfishly pass on all that knowledge and experience to my classmates. In addition, I expect to learn a lot about media and about fake news since fake news has become increasingly prevalent over the last few years.

Kind regards
Marko Pavleski

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