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How To Write An Effective Formal Correspondence?
R Upskill A scholarly learning platform with the largest collection of researcher-focused programs developed by top academic experts.
Stay ahead of the curve with handy guidelines and tips on creating professional communication that will help you execute your project successfully and further your research career.
What you learn
Why communication is important for researchers
How to communicate effectively through formal letters
Understand the basics of writing different types of letters
Tips and guidelines to hone your professional writing skills
Doing research is as much about communicating with your co-researchers, superiors and other stakeholders as it is about working on your project. And being able to communicate in a concise, articulate and impactful manner will not just help you execute your project successfully but also help further your research career.
This self-paced program will familiarize you with a diverse range of written communication, such as cover letters, enquiry letters, correspondence pertaining to updates, job applications, and other such topics. By following the simple and handy guidelines presented in this course, you can sharpen your edge in written correspondence and excel in your field.
Phillip Schrank, Academic Trainer Phillip Schrank is the Assistant Professor of International Relations at Chosun University in Gwangju. He has published and presented on topics ranging from democratization to alliance theory. He is the recipient of numerous awards and grants, including research grants from Chosun University and a research grant from the US Department of State. Prior to his professorship at Chosun University, Phillip was a senior lecturer at the Korea Military Academy. Phillip has a BA in History and Broad Field Social Sciences, an MA in English Education, and is writing his dissertation for a PhD in International Relations. Phillip has conducted over 70 hours of workshops helping scholars publish in high level international journals.