North Macedonian motivational letters for mobility in Romania

Dear Erasmus+ staff,

Ana Grichevska

My name is Ana. I have just turned 15 and I am in the 9th grade. I am an active member of the school newspaper and would love to be a part of this exchange.

There are a few reasons why I think I am the perfect candidate for this exchange. I love exploring new places, going on fun adventures, and learning more about other cultures, customs, and traditions. I spend most of my free time hanging out with my friends and gaining new experiences.

I love photography and playing the piano. I also love listening to music and am quite obsessed with true crime and conspiracy theories.

Most importantly, I have already been a part of the two previous exchanges, in Serbia and in Macedonia, so I have been both a guest and a host and have met some of the other participants in this project. I have enjoyed meeting my new friends and I am really looking forward to seeing them again.

Best regards,

Ana Grivchevska

Dear Erasmus+ staff,

Eva Gjurik

I am writing to you in order to participate on the mobility in the city Alexandria, Romania.

I am 6th grade in the primary school “Lazo Angelovski”. I am a member of school orchestra, I play mandolin. I am also a member of the media group in our school and I have written several articles in our digital newspaper. In addition, I am interested in sports and learning foreign languages. My favorite subject is Biology and I am especially fascinated by the human body. In the future I’d like to be a surgeon.

I read a lot about the Erasmus+ project and I think it is a great opportunity for socializing and learning. This will be my first time to participate in a mobility.

I believe that I am suitable participant for this mobility because I am very organized student, I always finish my assignments on time and I like challenges. My friends tell that I am funny, friendly and kind. Thus I believe I am a perfect candidate.

Thanks for considering my application,

Yours Sincerely,

Eva Gjurik

Gorjan Azmanov

Dear Erasmus+ staff,

I am a member of the school journalist section and I still write articles for the school newspaper „L.A. IN-formator“, in which I am the editor in chief. Being part of this section has given me a chance to go on multiple mobilities, such as the mobility in Serbia and the mobility in North Macedonia. The mobilities themselves have given me a chance to learn something new, make new friendships and explore small, but meaningful places.

I have been a member of this section for 4 years now, and sadly I will no longer be a part of it next year because I am finishing primary school. From the start, I wasn’t sure about the section, but ever since I wrote a few of my first articles I felt the freedom that is associated with informing people, and I think that that is what this project is all about.

I am a 9th-grade student and I am 14 years old. I was very shy, but taking part in this amazing project has given me the chance to be more self-confident and less shy, and have better communication as well as project management skills.

It was a great honour to be a part of the mobility in Serbia, and it will be an even greater honour to be a part of the mobility in Romania.

Best regards,

Gorjan Azmanov

Karlo Todorovski

Dear Erasmus Staff,

My name is Karlo, I am 9th grader from the city of Skopje, R. North Macedonia. Been part of the Erasmus+ project, for almost 4 years, and as I believe it’s a positive experience not just for me, but for my classmates as well. This year is my last year as part of this elementary school and this project. However, I am happy that I was part of this amazing team all together having many challenges, successful project activities, fun and many learning materials. I grow up with this project.:)

I love adventure, writing a good story, science, learning new languages, watch TV, listen to good music, and meeting new friends so I am partaking in many school projects. I also practice basketball and swimming, as well as enjoying playing online games and meeting people online. I am part of the school section: Erasmus + KA229 project “Young journalists today – responsible digital citizens tomorrow”.  In addition, I am part of our school newsletter writing interesting stories from IT technology. As highland of this project is that I will be travel and have study visit in Romania with my students and my teachers’ mentors.

This project helped me to realize my personal goals: meet other people, learn about new cultures, traditions, and customs, acquire new knowledge and skills, and hopefully increase our circle of friends. I simply want to enjoy the experience, while also performing tasks responsibly. In other words, it help me to become more confident and open minded, by getting to know and accept others around me, be better at communicating with others, and to overcome all fears known and unknown.


As I come from a small country, that has yet to earn its place in the EU, I also wish to learn what it is like to live and learn in the more developed countries and share that knowledge with my peers back home in hopes to improve our schools.


At the beginning of this project, I believe that we will all have successful story when will be over. I am really happy that I was part of it and I am happy to be part of other upcoming project in my new secondary school in my near future. Hope that our roods will cross again in different places with different students and teachers.


Karlo Todorovski

Luka Gjurik

Dear Erasmus+ staff,

I am writing this letter to inform you that I am particularly interested in becoming a participant of your mobility in Alexandria, Romania.

I have been reading a lot about Erasmus+ projects over the years and the excellent opportunities you offer to young students. Considering the fact that I have already been a part of your mobilities, I can state that I learned a lot about journalism and fake news. I was very pleased with the collaboration since I shared my personal knowledge on social media with my project.

I am 9th grade at Lazo Angelovski primary school and I am proceeding my education in medical school next year. I can speak three foreign languages- English, Serbian and Slovenian, but I am open to learn and understand other languages and cultures as well. Over the past few years, I have participated in several biology competitions where I came first which I am extremely proud of. In addition, I see myself as a plastic surgeon in the future as it is a honorable profession.

I strongly believe that I am eligible for this mobility because I am very well organized student and I always finish my assignments on time. I am socially intelligent as well as outgoing. I have been to many countries and met many people that I would like to them again. I can adapt quickly to new surroundings and situations, which proves that I can easily relate to people and learn to become a great leader.

Thank you for considering my application.

Yours sincerely,

Luka Gjurik

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