Menu

Blog posts : "intent letter examples"

Accelerated Entry Level MSN Nursing (ELM-A)

February 18, 2017


Your Accelerated Entry Level Master of Science in Nursing (ELM-A) Program at XXXX University is my first choice for graduate studies in Nursing. I graduated from XXXX in 1986 with a degree in Biology but I was seduced by art and have now been working in advertising for 20 years, earning the MA in …

Read more

ABSN Accelerated BSN, Navy Helicopter Pilot

May 1, 2016


Reasons for Applying: I have now arrived at that point where my children can take care of themselves and their devoted full-time mother is free to immerse herself almost exclusively in my studies and professional and volunteer engagement. I have given my life so far primarily to my country and my …

Read more

MS Degree Program Nursing, Latina

November 21, 2014


The greatest strength of my application to your especially distinguished Masters Program in Nursing at the University of XXXX is undoubtedly the fact that I am not only a nurse, but that I am also fully bilingual and bicultural. I am a Mexican woman who is most fully dedicated to addressing the nu…

Read more

BSN Degree Nursing, Career Change

November 21, 2014


Your especially distinguished nursing program at XXXX is my first choice for study towards the BSN degree for a variety of reasons, particularly your explicit focus on diverse student populations, which attracts me as Korean woman who adores diversity. At 32 years old, the decision to become a nur…

Read more

CRNA, Nurse Anesthesia, Filipino & Chinese

March 10, 2014

Born and raised in Manila, Philippines, I am a young man and a nurse who is three quarters Filipino and one quarter Chinese. One of four siblings, I grew up in a tiny, humble home in one of the most impoverished slums in Manila, far from the city lights. We were happy despite the fact that 15 people…

Read more

MS Degree in Nurse Anesthesia, ICU

October 18, 2013

Prior to beginning graduate school in nursing, I wanted to acquire adequate experience in my field; and I have now been working as a nurse full time for the past four-and-a-half years. My current position in ICU, since January of 2009, is my most challenging position to date; and it is here that I h…

Read more

6 Blog Posts