1).学术研究教师(professor) 科学研究老师（research mentor/supervisor)*2 。或是学术研究教师（professor)*2 科学研究老师（research mentor/supervisor) 。理工科专业，纯文史类理论基础研究申请办理的规范套餐内容。
3).学术研究教师（professor) 班导（advisor) 见习新项目指导教师或监管人（intern/project supervisor)， 这一针对申请办理商科专业、社会科学而言会是比较好的组成。
4).学术研究教师（professor) 教务长/校长（director/dean) 见习新项目指导教师或监管人（intern/project supervisor）。适用a. 申请办理新项目看好你的知名度 b.教务长/校长是行业大神 c. 你一直在系院混得很知名的状况下。
整体而言，不一样的邀请人，最好是能确认你不一样的层面，或是例举你同一个层面的不一样着重点。不一样邀请人，要反映你不一样的层面比较好了解，对于例举同一方面的不一样着重点，我举例说明——例如你的professor和intern supervisor都能够反映你的思维敏捷——professor能够从你一直在课堂教学讲话中，快速而活跃性主要表现来表明这一点；而intern supervisor则能够从你一直在进行新项目的全过程中，碰到难题的理智快速的临场发挥应变力来表明。一样是思维敏捷，在不一样的场景和人物角色下，彻底能够有不一样视角和反映。请诸位开启脑洞大开，煞费苦心。假如邀请人表明想要亲自给你写推荐函，你要还要和他/她沟通交流，你需要他/她在推荐函中，给你的哪几个方面做作业。
性格特征：diligent, rigorous, self-motivated, sharing and inspiring, 及其你本人一些突显的性情优势。
历经/工作能力/专业技能/素养：critical thinking, unique insight, tutoring(针对申想要你做TA的博士研究生新项目而言，这一点很重要), team leader, highly intelligent(我没算是性格特征，终究高智也算一种关键工作能力了）...
2. 科学研究老师（research mentor/supervisor)
学术研究工作能力客观性优点：passion for research; 科学研究奉献（important contribution).
性格特征：diligent, aggressive, persistent, rigorous, patient, self-motivated, 及其你本人突显的一些有利于科学研究的性情优势。
历经/工作能力/专业技能/素养：laboratory work, research training, fast-learner, insight into the research trend, team player, logical thinking, critical thinking...
性格特征：sharing, helpful, resourceful, competent, patient, active, bright, positive, passionate, sympathetic, ...
历经/工作能力/专业技能/素养：volunteer, leadership, having a big-picture, community worker, ability to coordinate, collaboration
5. 教务长要表明你对系院的独特奉献—— 科学研究层面，社工层面，知名度层面这些。
honest, kind-hearted, friendly, mature, independent, far-sighted, communication skills, event planning/organizing...
Dear Admissions Officer First Name Last Name(已经知道核查人名字）
Dear Selection/Admission Committee(不明核查人名字）
To Whom It May Concern (不明核查人名字）
The body of the letter
To Whom It May Concern:
“It is a pleasure to recommend to you (name), a former student of mine at (name ofuniversity).”
“I an very happy to have this opportunity to recommend (name), who is presentlyapplying for admission to your graduate (or undergraduate) program in (name ofprogram).”
“I understand that (name) is applying for admissions to your graduate (undergraduate)school, and has requested that I write this letter of recommendation for her/him.”
“In my capacity as professor at xxxx University, I have known xxx for three years, as bothhis/her advisor and professor.”
“(name) took two of my courses during the 1984-85 academic year, as follows; “xxxxx”and “xxxxx”.”
“(Name) was enrolled in three of classes from September 1984 to June 1986 “xxx” and“xxx”.”
“In my class (es), (name) did excellent work. She always listened attentively, participated activitely in class, and handed in very good written assignment.
“In particular, his/her research paper on (topic) was of exceptionally high quality, and showed that s/he fully understands and has a strong background in his/her field.”
“When (name) held the position of (job title) in this company she was one s/he was oneof my best employees. His/her job responsibilities included (describe them), and s/hecarried out his/her duties with exceptional skill and professionalism.”
“S/he not only did his/her own work, but also helped other employees, and made many valuable contributions to the efficient running to our firm.”
“I was rate (name)'s academic ability as in the top 10% of his/her class.”
“Compared against other students that I have taught, I would say that (name) ranks inthe upper 10%.
“Based on his/her previous performance, I am certain that (name) would be a very successful student at your university.”
“I believe that (name) possesses all the qualities necessary to make an excellent graduate student in his/her chosen field, and am sure that s/he will make a fine addition to your campus.”
“Therefore, I am happy to highly and without reservation recommend (name) for admission to your graduate program. Your kind/serious consideration of his/her application would be most appreciated.”
“I am thus pleased to give my full support and recommendation to (name)'s applicationfor admission to your school. If any further information is required, please feel free to contact me.”
Very truly yours,
With best regards,
Dear Sir/ Madam,
I am writing this letter of recommendation for Mr.Cai, my former student. I have known Mr. Cai for more than 6 years since his freshman year at "University of Minnesota". At that time, he took the course-- "Mathematical Analysis," which I taught mainly for junior students majoring in Mathematics. To my surprise, I found he was among the few students in his class who could keep up with the pace of my lectures. Moreover, he often posed thought-provoking questions during the course. Thus it was natural that I liked discussing with this young man and became familiar with him. The more I knew him, the more I found he was talented at mathematics. As you can see, he got excellent scoreson the course. In fact, he ranked No. 1 on this 270 hours course in the talented student class, which has 34 intelligent others.
With his outstanding talent and solid mathematical background, he also did quite well in most other courses during his undergraduate study. By the way, you may wonder why his undergraduate scores look not so good compared to other Chinese applicants. It is easy to explain, because he belonged to the talented student class, which were required to endure harder test papers and stricter grading than most other college students did at least at "University of Minnesota".
He even served as Prof. Linda s Research Assistant for one year. No one could deny his commitment to his job. As a matter of fact, Prof. Linda‘s electronic lab happened to be neighboring my office and I could always see him working in the lab, either repairing the instruments or helping Prof. Linda collect lab reports. Maybe one more example will demonstrate his commitment more clearly. Once he suggested compiling a FORTRAN program to solve a complicated circuit problem in his class. In order to do that, he had to do a lot of computer work. However, because there were few computers available in our computer lab, he had to wake up at 5 a.m. in winter (please note: "Twin city" is a downtown near the north border of America, so it is pretty cold in winter and the heating system is not working very well.) to ensure the 1st position of the long waiting line for his classmates and himself! At last he and his classmates finished the program successfully with his great efforts.
As to his personality, I would like to say Mr. Cai is a warm-hearted, honest and upright student. He was always ready to help others. During my lectures, many students got confused at some points and I could always see Mr. Cai help them explain duringbreaks. In the meanwhile, I must admit that Mr. Cai was a bit impatient sometimes.
Finally, I would like to conclude my recommendation as follows: frankly, Mr. Cai is not a genius, but I promise his great intelligence, commitment to work and his kind nature will impress you deeply. Thus I recommend him without reservation for his admission andfinancial aid to your program. Please feel free to contact me if needed.