The Europass CV provides a standardized but flexible CV template intended to be used all over Europe.
Since diplomas and degrees vary across Europe, this section is intentionally flexible.You can include anything from a vocational certification all the way up to a Ph. As with the “work experience” section, you want to start by including the month and year when the training or education began and the month and year when you completed the educational or training requirements.Then, write the full title of the diploma, certificate, degree, or qualification earned.Next, provide an overview of the subjects you studied.We encourage you to use bullets, combine related subjects, and focus on subjects that are relevant to the position.
Finally, give the full name of the institution where you received the training.
If applicable, give the full street address, including the country.
If the qualification you earned is categorized according to a national or international system, name the level within that classification system.
If you’re not sure, ask the school or training center. Start the “personal skills and competencies section” by detailing your language skills.
Start this section by listing your mother tongue or tongues.
This refers to your native language or languages, which you learned to speak as a child. Next, if you know any other languages, assess your proficiency with each according to the standardized European language proficiency levels.