Dear Professor ********：
I am a working professional at KPMG China since September 2008， who wishes to apply for the Master program in Finance at your honored department. By writing to you， I wonder whether I have the possibility to be admitted by your program.
Briefly speaking， I graduated from Tongji University， China with undergraduate major Statistics and minor Finance in July 2008. My TOEFL iBT score is 88 and GMAT score is 680 （V 32，Q 49，AW 4.5）， and undergraduate overall GPA is around 3.6/5.0 （Tongji University sets very strictly score system）. Please refer to my CV at the end of this letter for more information.
I find that your master program fits my interest perfectly. With solid foundations in mathematics and practical experience I hope can penetrate in the area of finance at master phase. I wish I can have the chance to take master study under your direction.
As a result， I am looking forward to suggestions for the application to your program. I would be happy to act on your advice.
Dear Professor ####：
I am very sorry to bother you and send this e-mail， but I really wish to contact you. I am a graduate student majoring in Condensed Matter Physics Theor
y in the Department of Physics， Beijing University （Beijing）. I wish to pursue a doctoral degree in Physics at your University. My desired date of entrance is Fall， 2000. I have visited the homepage of the ＂Laboratory for Nanotech＂. I am writing this letter to you to introduce myself and query about the graduate programs at NCCNM. Thank you very much for reading this email.
Born on SEP 10， 1979， I entered Huazhong Univ. of Science and Technology （HUST） when I was 15 years old. I finished the four-year undergraduate program in three years and achieved my degree of B. Eng. （Optoelectronic Engineering） in June 1997 with the honor of ＂Outstanding Graduate＂. Then， I was admitted to the Graduate School of Beijing University at the Department of Physics. I will obtain my degree of M. S. （Physics） in June 2000. I have done much research work on the topics of mesoscopic physics， such as carbon nanotubes， persistent currents， Aharonov-Bohm geometric phase effects， electronic transport phenomena， etc. Such modern research topics attract me very much in that they are associated with both Condensed-Matter Physics and microelectronics， respectively my detail majors for M. S. and B. Eng.
I wish to say that I am indeed interested in the graduate programs at Physics Dept. of Princeton University， and I eagerly wish that I can join your research group. As I have also strong research interests on carbon nanotubes， I do believe that the doctorate-oriented study under your direction will be of great help to me. I wonder， however， whether you do theoretical or experimental research works？ I wish to state that， although my current research topics on carbon nanotubes are theoretical， I can also do experimental research works， especially optical studies， due to my undergraduate major in Optics. I hope my solid background in both physics and engineering can meet your general requirements of entrance to Physics Department as a graduate with financial supports. I deem it a great honor to become a graduate of Princeton， if admitted.
Would you please consider my application and tell me whether it is possible for me to be enrolled as your graduate with financial supports？ Thank you very much for your kind assistance. I am looking forward to receiving your reply.
My current address is：
People&aposs Republic of China