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Room 354, Block 6

Model Village
North Point
Hong Kong
Phone: 24862893
Mobile: 95427415
E-mail: wwm654@hkinternet.com
1 June 2015
Mr William Chan
Personnel Manager
Wong And Lim Consulting
PO Box 583
Kwai Chung
Kowloon
Dear Mr Chan
Application for the Post of Management Trainee
I am writing to apply for the post of Management Trainee, which was advertised on the Student
Affairs Office notice board of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University on 1 June 2015.
My working experience at Lucky Star Garment Manufactory Limited improved my leadership
skills, communication skills and ability to work in a team environment. I have fluent spoken and
written English. I also have fluent spoken and written Mandarin, and can therefore work in
mainland China.
Currently I am studying a B.A. in Management at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University,
graduating in 2015. Subjects which I am studying that are relevant to the post of Management
Trainee include Operations Management, Human Resources Management, Accounting,
Marketing and Strategic Management.
My final year project is entitled Knowledge Management Practices in HK. Carrying out this
project has improved my communication skills, my leadership skills and my ability to lead and
supervise subordinates effectively. I have also learned how to run a project from the planning
stage to its completion.
During my studies I have held the post of Executive in the Management Society. While leading
and organizing Management Society activities I have improved my ability to lead and supervise
subordinates effectively, ability to work under pressure and ability to work in a team
environment.
Working for Wong And Lim Consulting appeals to me because it has a good reputation and it
provides excellent training. Your organization produces a high-quality service, and I can

contribute to this with my leadership skills and my ability to work under pressure.
I am available for interview at any time. I can be contacted most easily on the mobile phone
number given above. I look forward to meeting you.
Yours sincerely

Wong Wai Man Wilfred


Encl: Resume

Job Application Letter Writer


Where am I? HKPU > ELC > CILL > EIW > this page.
Aim: The aim of this page is to help you write the first draft of your job application letter.
Stages: There are 3 stages in this program: analyzing the job advert, putting in the details of the
company or organisation, and finally filling in the details in the letter. Afterwards you should edit
your letter to make sure that the content fits the job you want and your personal skills and
abilities that are relevant to that job. For example, you may have relevant experiences from a
previous job that you want to describe in more detail.
Instructions: Fill in the boxes, then press the 'Re-do' button at the bottom. You can edit any box.
Click here to see an example letter made by this program.
Related pages: Teachers' Notes | The Resume Writer - a program to help you write and format
your resume.

Stage One: Analyzing the Job Advert


What is the job title?

Fill in any reference number here: (

What skills and personal qualities are required? Only put in the type of skills, e.g.
communication skills, don't copy the phrase from job advert exactly, as it may contain
grammatical errors, and don't put in adjectives such as 'good' or 'excellent'.
Click on the closest phrases to the ones in the job advert:
ability to deal with customers in a polite and
friendly way
ability to handle a full set of accounts
ability to lead and supervise subordinates
effectively
ability to meet deadlines
ability to work in a team environment
ability to work independently
ability to work overtime
ability to work under pressure

aggressiveness
analytical ability
assertiveness
communication skills
computer skills
information technology
skills
initiative
interpersonal skills

language skills
leadership skills
maturity
negotiation skills
self-motivation
out-going
personality
willingness to work
hard
working experience

If the skill or personal quality you want is not in this list, you can write it in these boxes, and
check that it is a noun (so it fits with the grammar of the sentences in this program) by clicking
the link next to the box.
< Check it's a noun

< Check it's a noun

< Check it's a noun

< Check it's a noun

< Check it's a noun

< Check it's a noun

< Check it's a noun

< Check it's a noun

< Check it's a noun

< Check it's a noun.

What languages are required?


English

Spoken English

Mandarin / Putonghua

Spoken Mandarin / Putonghua Written Mandarin / Putonghua

Is it necessary to work in mainland China?

Yes

Written English

No

See letter

Stage Two: Details of the Company/Organisation


What is the name of the company or organisation you are applying to?

Why should the organisation employ you?


( Click here to do an Internet search for the company and find out about its operations and plans
for the future.)
Examples:
Your company is planning to expand its mainland operations, and I can contribute to this with
my language skills. (Insert)
Your organisation is strengthening its IT capabilities, and I can contribute to this with my IT
skills and my communication skills. (Insert)
Grammar:
You can use the present continuous tense to describe processes or things and changes that are
happening now. Use the auxiliary verb 'be'; e.g. 'is', and a verb ending with '_ing'; e.g. 'is
planning' or 'is strengthening'. Write about what the company is planning to do or what it is
strengthening (see the examples above).

You can also use the present simple tense if you want to write about what the company usually,
frequently or always does; e.g. 'Your organisation supplies products to the building
industry, ...'(Click here to insert this phrase.)
Don't know what to write?
If you have no idea what the organisation does or wants, you can use this expression: 'Your
organisation produces a high-quality service, and I can contribute to this with my..." (Click here
to insert this sentence) [You can replace 'service' with 'product' if necessary, in the box below.]
Your

, and I can contribute to this with my and my .

See letter

Stage Three: Writing the Letter


< your address, LINE ONE.

< your address, line 2.

< your address, line 3 (optional).

< your address, line 4 (optional).

< your address, line 5 (optional).

< your home telephone number

< your mobile telephone number (leave this box empty if you don't have one)

Your e-mail address (don't use your HKPU e-mail if you will graduate soon. You can get a free email from many organisations, e.g. Yahoo and Hotmail ) Your e-mail address:

< the date

Mr

Ms

Mrs

Dr.

Prof.

Other:

< Family name of the person you are writing to (if you don't know, leave it

blank)
< Other names or initial of the person you are writing to (if you don't know,

leave it blank)
Which is correct?

or

Click this dot if the name is correct

Click this dot if the name is correct

< The job title of the person you are writing to


Personnel Manager

< The name of the company you are applying to

< The address of the company you are writing to

See letter
Dear
Sir/Madam

Application for the Post of

a) I am writing to apply for the post of

, which was advertised

Where did you see the job advertised? Here are some examples:

on the Student Affairs Office notice board of the Polytechnic University (Click here to
insert this phrase into your letter)

in the South China Morning Post (Click here to insert this phrase into your letter)

in The Standard (Click here to insert this phrase into your letter)

in Ming Pao (Click here to insert this phrase into your letter)

in Recruit Magazine (Click here to insert this phrase into your letter)

at your careers presentation at HKPU (Click here to insert this phrase into your letter)

on

( OR, if you applying for a job that has NOT been advertised )
b) I am writing to enquire if you have any vacancies for a

My working experience as a (Job Title (optional))

. See letter

at (Name of the

company where you gained relevant experience)

improved my , my and .

in

at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, graduating in


course?

. See letter

Subjects which I that are relevant to the post of

1.

, include

2.

3.

4.

5.

See letter

Final Year Project


Note: it is especially important for students doing technical subjects such as Engineering to
complete this section. Some employers automatically reject applicants who do not give details of
their projects.
My final year project entitled:
Type your project title here

Carrying out this project

my , and .
has improved

how to
have also learned

Examples:

'run a project from the planning stage to its completion' < Insert this phrase

'learn and work independently' < Insert this phrase

'learned how to lead and work in a team' < Insert this phrase

See letter
Extra-curricular Activities
Names of student organisations you have been in

While activities, I have improved my


, and
See letter
Your Choice of Company
Reason for choosing this company:
and .

Contact Details
When are you available for an interview? or

The company should contact you on:


Yours f aithfully

Your full name:

See letter

Posts you have held

Click this button to check that the above information is complete:

Your letter will look like this. Check it for any mistakes. You can change the text if you want. If
you make a mistake and want to redo the letter from the above information, click this button:
You can copy the letter below by highlighting the text with your mouse, then copying it by
clicking Edit, Copy on the menu at the top of the screen.

Job Application Letter Writer


Where am I? HKPU > ELC > CILL > EIW > this page.
Aim: The aim of this page is to help you write the first draft of your job application letter.
Stages: There are 3 stages in this program: analyzing the job advert, putting in the details of the
company or organisation, and finally filling in the details in the letter. Afterwards you should edit
your letter to make sure that the content fits the job you want and your personal skills and
abilities that are relevant to that job. For example, you may have relevant experiences from a
previous job that you want to describe in more detail.
Instructions: Fill in the boxes, then press the 'Re-do' button at the bottom. You can edit any box.
Click here to see an example letter made by this program.
Related pages: Teachers' Notes | The Resume Writer - a program to help you write and format
your resume.

Stage One: Analyzing the Job Advert


What is the job title?

Fill in any reference number here: (

What skills and personal qualities are required? Only put in the type of skills, e.g.
communication skills, don't copy the phrase from job advert exactly, as it may contain
grammatical errors, and don't put in adjectives such as 'good' or 'excellent'.
Click on the closest phrases to the ones in the job advert:
ability to deal with customers in a polite and
friendly way
ability to handle a full set of accounts
ability to lead and supervise subordinates
effectively
ability to meet deadlines
ability to work in a team environment
ability to work independently
ability to work overtime
ability to work under pressure

aggressiveness
analytical ability
assertiveness
communication skills
computer skills
information technology
skills
initiative
interpersonal skills

language skills
leadership skills
maturity
negotiation skills
self-motivation
out-going
personality
willingness to work
hard

working experience
If the skill or personal quality you want is not in this list, you can write it in these boxes, and
check that it is a noun (so it fits with the grammar of the sentences in this program) by clicking
the link next to the box.
< Check it's a noun

< Check it's a noun

< Check it's a noun

< Check it's a noun

< Check it's a noun

< Check it's a noun

< Check it's a noun

< Check it's a noun

< Check it's a noun

< Check it's a noun.

What languages are required?


English

Spoken English

Written English

Mandarin / Putonghua

Spoken Mandarin / Putonghua Written Mandarin / Putonghua

Is it necessary to work in mainland China?

Yes

No

See letter

Stage Two: Details of the Company/Organisation


What is the name of the company or organisation you are applying to?

Why should the organisation employ you?


( Click here to do an Internet search for the company and find out about its operations and plans
for the future.)
Examples:
Your company is planning to expand its mainland operations, and I can contribute to this with
my language skills. (Insert)
Your organisation is strengthening its IT capabilities, and I can contribute to this with my IT
skills and my communication skills. (Insert)
Grammar:
You can use the present continuous tense to describe processes or things and changes that are
happening now. Use the auxiliary verb 'be'; e.g. 'is', and a verb ending with '_ing'; e.g. 'is
planning' or 'is strengthening'. Write about what the company is planning to do or what it is
strengthening (see the examples above).
You can also use the present simple tense if you want to write about what the company usually,
frequently or always does; e.g. 'Your organisation supplies products to the building
industry, ...'(Click here to insert this phrase.)
Don't know what to write?
If you have no idea what the organisation does or wants, you can use this expression: 'Your
organisation produces a high-quality service, and I can contribute to this with my..." (Click here
to insert this sentence) [You can replace 'service' with 'product' if necessary, in the box below.]
Your

See letter

, and I can contribute to this with my and my .

Stage Three: Writing the Letter


< your address, LINE ONE.

< your address, line 2.

< your address, line 3 (optional).

< your address, line 4 (optional).

< your address, line 5 (optional).

< your home telephone number

< your mobile telephone number (leave this box empty if you don't have one)

Your e-mail address (don't use your HKPU e-mail if you will graduate soon. You can get a free email from many organisations, e.g. Yahoo and Hotmail ) Your e-mail address:

< the date

Mr

Ms

Mrs

Dr.

Prof.

Other:

< Family name of the person you are writing to (if you don't know, leave it

blank)
< Other names or initial of the person you are writing to (if you don't know,

leave it blank)
Which is correct?

or

Click this dot if the name is correct

Click this dot if the name is correct

< The job title of the person you are writing to


Personnel Manager

< The name of the company you are applying to

< The address of the company you are writing to

See letter

Dear
Sir/Madam

Application for the Post of

a) I am writing to apply for the post of

, which was advertised

Where did you see the job advertised? Here are some examples:

on the Student Affairs Office notice board of the Polytechnic University (Click here to
insert this phrase into your letter)

in the South China Morning Post (Click here to insert this phrase into your letter)

in The Standard (Click here to insert this phrase into your letter)

in Ming Pao (Click here to insert this phrase into your letter)

in Recruit Magazine (Click here to insert this phrase into your letter)

at your careers presentation at HKPU (Click here to insert this phrase into your letter)

on

( OR, if you applying for a job that has NOT been advertised )
b) I am writing to enquire if you have any vacancies for a

. See letter

My working experience as a (Job Title (optional))

at (Name of the

company where you gained relevant experience)

improved my , my and .

in

at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, graduating in


course?

. See letter

Subjects which I that are relevant to the post of

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

See letter

Final Year Project

, include

Note: it is especially important for students doing technical subjects such as Engineering to
complete this section. Some employers automatically reject applicants who do not give details of
their projects.
My final year project entitled:
Type your project title here

Carrying out this project

my , and .
has improved

how to
have also learned

Examples:

'run a project from the planning stage to its completion' < Insert this phrase

'learn and work independently' < Insert this phrase

'learned how to lead and work in a team' < Insert this phrase

See letter
Extra-curricular Activities
Names of student organisations you have been in

While activities, I have improved my


, and
See letter

Posts you have held

Your Choice of Company


Reason for choosing this company:
and .

Contact Details
When are you available for an interview? or

The company should contact you on:


Yours f aithfully

Your full name:

See letter
Click this button to check that the above information is complete:

Your letter will look like this. Check it for any mistakes. You can change the text if you want. If
you make a mistake and want to redo the letter from the above information, click this button:
You can copy the letter below by highlighting the text with your mouse, then copying it by
clicking Edit, Copy on the menu at the top of the screen.

Resume
Personal Data
Leung Kwok Keung, Kelvin

Gender: Male

H.K. I.D. Number:


K644763(5)

Date of Birth: 3
January 1994

Hong Kong

Nationality: British

Place of Birth:

Address:
14C, Block 5
415, Electric Road
North Point
Hong Kong
Telephone:
26947384 (Home)

93882854 (Mobile)

kkleung999@hotmail.com

Fax: 26482845

E-mail:

Education and Qualifications


2012 - Present
B.Sc. Computing
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Hung Hom
Kowloon
Second Year Courses
Foundations of Software
Engineering - B+
System Programming - C
Computer Communications
Networks - B+

System Modelling
& Simulation - B
Foundations of
Chinese
Computing - C
English in the

Workplace - B
First Year Courses
Principles of Programming - B
Computer Systems Architecture I C
Data Models and Analysis - B+
English for Academic Purposes C+

Discrete Structures
-C
Computer Systems
Architecture II - C
Discrete Structures
and Data Models B

2007 - 2012
St Michael's College
567, Kings Road
North Point
Hong Kong
HK Advanced Level Examinations
Computing - B
Physics - D
Use of English - D

Maths - B
Chemistry - D
Chinese - D

Computing - A
Physics - C
English - D
History - C

Maths - B
Religious Studies D
Chinese - D
Chinese History C

HK Certificate of Education

Employment Record
2014
(Summer)

Hing Fat Delivery Services


Office Assistant
Computing - setting up a customer database system
Filing and transferring information to the database
Administration - general administrative duties

Extracurricula Activities
2014 - Present
Computing Society Executive - Organizing events such
as O-camps for freshers week

Special Skills
Languages:
English: Fluent
Cantonese: Native-speaker

Putonghua: Good
Written Chinese:
Good

Computers:
Proficient in C++, Java, SQL, Unix, Windows NT and
web authoring
Others:
Grade 8 Piano

Hobbies and Sports


Basketball and soccer

Referees
Mr P Kwan
Lecturer
Dept of Computing
Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Kowloon
Hong Kong
2766 1234

Mr L Wong
Principal
St Michael's
College
567, Kings Road
North Point
Hong Kong
25897623