Romanian motivational letter for mobility in Serbia 

Dear Erasmus+ staff,

I’m writing to you because I would like to tell you about my motivation, abilities, reasons, and my experience in participating in mobility in Chichevac, Serbia.

Anamaria Dragu

My name is Anamaria Dragu, I’m fourteen years and I have been involved in the Erasmus+ project, in the journalism section for 3 years. I wrote a lot of articles about the activities in our school and our town which developed and helped me to become an excellent student with great results, to be appreciated by my classmates and my teachers and to have experience in journalism.

First of all, the reasons that I’m suitable to participate in this project are to promote education, to develop my English communication skills and competencies of using IT tools, and to learn how to spot real and fake news. I want to develop my critical thinking, knowledge about the culture, civilization, geography, and history of the countries participating in the Erasmus+ project.

Also, I love to travel, to meet students and teachers from different countries and share great experiences together, to learn about the educational system in Serbia, and to learn about new traditions and cultures. One of my biggest dreams is to travel around Europe and thanks to this project, this thing will be possible.

What determined me to participate in the project was the desire of creating a beautiful future and to have knowledge in all fields. I will keep in my heart forever the people I worked with.
My strengths are that I have a leadership spirit, I’m responsible, I’m a sociable and hardworking girl. Also, I’m a kind person, I have team spirit and I’m a passionate student.

I think this project will help me in my future career, to get good decisions for my life.
I hope this project will develop me socially to help my community to understand how important collaboration, tolerance, and solidarity are among people around the world.
Can’t wait to meet y’all and to have unforgettable memories together!                                                                                                                                                                Sincerely,                 

Anna Dragu

Valentin Dobre

My name is Valentin Dobre, I’m 14 years old and 8th grade student. I am a member of the Journalism section in our school for 3 years. I am happy to be able to represent my school and my country in the mobility in Serbia. I think I am suitable for this project because I am good at informatics and can easily communicate with other people. I want to participate in the project for some reasons.

The first reason is that I want to visit Serbia, to learn things about the country and about the culture there. I really like to visit new places so this would be a very nice experience for me.

Secondly, I would want to meet other children which I can share a very nice experience, to make a lot of friends and why not to keep in touch after the end of the mobility.

Lastly, I want to learn a lot of things about fake news,  and how quickly fake news circulates in the media.

I can’t wait to meet all my colleagues from other countries and share beautiful and unforgettable moments.

Yours sincerely,
Valentin Dobre

Dear Erasmus+ staff,

Roxana Maria Cobârlie

I am writing to you about the mobility in Chichevac, Serbia. My name is Roxana Maria Cobârlie and I am a 6th grader. I have been a member of the Journalism section for a few years.

I would like to apply to go on this mobility for the following reasons. Firstly, I am interested in seeing other cultures. I see this mobility as an opportunity because I like to exchange points of view with others. I am a curious person and I would like to know what others think about certain subjects.

Secondly, I am a friendly person and I would love to meet people and make friends that live in a different country and that don’t speak the same language as me.

Lastly, I consider that this mobility will make me learn more things about another country, culture. I am a person who is up to traveling away from my country.

It would be a great honor for me to take part in this mobility as it would be an experience for me and it will remain a good and precious memory.

I am thankful for taking into consideration my application.

Yours sincerely,
                       Cobârlie Roxana Maria

Dear Erasmus+ Staff,

Natalia Eliza Stanescu

My name is Natalia Eliza Stanescu, I`m 15 years old, and I  would like to say a few words about me and why I would like to participate in the project.

First of all, I can`t say that I`m the brightest person or the most sociable person, but I will try my best to get along with everyone and to do everything right.

At my school, I participated in a few projects that made me understand how to be in a team, how to build an idea with others, and more. I hope that I can do the same in Serbia, to be a part of the team.

I expect to understand more about the media and fake news. This is a perfect chance for me to see how is journalism, to understand it, and if I could make a possible path for me to pursuit.

To meet new people, to see how life is there for others, and to make great memories.

With kindness,

Stanescu Natalia-Eliza

Dear Erasmus+ staff,

Bianca Ioana Bratu

I am doing this motivational letter to you about mobility in Ćićevac, Serbia.

My name is Bianca Ioana Bratu, I am in 7th grade and I am 13 years old. I want to go in this mobility because it is in my opinion a unique experience and I also get to learn more about this beautiful country, Serbia. I would love to know more about traditions from there,I find that interesting.

I also like communicating with new people, finding this kind of useful in life in general, having more friends and meeting new people from other countries sounds great to me! That is another reason I want to go in this mobility.

In my school journalism section, I am pretty active too. I wrote some articles and participated to activities there.

Thank you for this opportunity

Yours sincerely,

                              Bratu Bianca Ioana


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