As a rule, a job application in Denmark is made up of two parts: an application and a CV. They are equally important and must supplement each other.
How to write an application
It is important that your application is specific to the company and the actual job. You shouldn't use exactly the same application for several companies.
Your job application must focus on what you can offer the company in this job – what they will gain by employing you. You will need to list the reasons why you are the best person for the job and back these up with examples.
The application itself must not fill more than one page.
An application usually contains the following points, and usually in the order:
How to write a CV
A CV usually contains the following points, and usually in the following order:
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Get inspiration from these examples of CVs
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Find more information and good advice on how to write an application and CV on Work in Denmark's website.
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