Curriculum Vitae NYU


JJM5
Hey there!

The application instructions of NYU state the following:

"All applicants must also electronically attach a résumé or curriculum vitae to their application. This document may be one to two pages in length, and should account for all education and work experience, as well as any period of more than three months not spent in school or employed. Publications, presentations, or other career-related information may also be indicated."

I am wondering how the Curriculum vitae can only have 1 to two pages (including working experience, University education and so on). My publication list would aready be half of a page.

Does anybody have any experiences with the NYU Curriculum vitae? I really want to meet the requirements. I am afraid if I don't follow the instructions, there won't be any Chance to get into NYU.

Many thanks in advance and Kind regards!!!
Hey there!

The application instructions of NYU state the following:

"All applicants must also electronically attach a résumé or curriculum vitae to their application. This document may be one to two pages in length, and should account for all education and work experience, as well as any period of more than three months not spent in school or employed. Publications, presentations, or other career-related information may also be indicated."

I am wondering how the Curriculum vitae can only have 1 to two pages (including working experience, University education and so on). My publication list would aready be half of a page.

Does anybody have any experiences with the NYU Curriculum vitae? I really want to meet the requirements. I am afraid if I don't follow the instructions, there won't be any Chance to get into NYU.

Many thanks in advance and Kind regards!!!
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Hey there!

The application instructions of NYU state the following:

"All applicants must also electronically attach a résumé or curriculum vitae to their application. This document may be one to two pages in length, and should account for all education and work experience, as well as any period of more than three months not spent in school or employed. Publications, presentations, or other career-related information may also be indicated."

I am wondering how the Curriculum vitae can only have 1 to two pages (including working experience, University education and so on). My publication list would aready be half of a page.

Does anybody have any experiences with the NYU Curriculum vitae? I really want to meet the requirements. I am afraid if I don't follow the instructions, there won't be any Chance to get into NYU.

Many thanks in advance and Kind regards!!!


Don't worry about it. They will provide you with all the space you need for your employment history and publications. Thus, your CV has to be very brief (only two pages).
[quote]Hey there!

The application instructions of NYU state the following:

"All applicants must also electronically attach a résumé or curriculum vitae to their application. This document may be one to two pages in length, and should account for all education and work experience, as well as any period of more than three months not spent in school or employed. Publications, presentations, or other career-related information may also be indicated."

I am wondering how the Curriculum vitae can only have 1 to two pages (including working experience, University education and so on). My publication list would aready be half of a page.

Does anybody have any experiences with the NYU Curriculum vitae? I really want to meet the requirements. I am afraid if I don't follow the instructions, there won't be any Chance to get into NYU.

Many thanks in advance and Kind regards!!![/quote]

Don't worry about it. They will provide you with all the space you need for your employment history and publications. Thus, your CV has to be very brief (only two pages).
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fyodor
Wow, you must really be the academic kind. Employers rarely bother with CVs over one page.

(Not that I am critizing).
Wow, you must really be the academic kind. Employers rarely bother with CVs over one page.

(Not that I am critizing).
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