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美国留学个人简历全攻略

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美国留学简历的组成

第一、个人信息:在简历的顶头正中央处写明自己的姓名,并用大写加黑体标出。并且姓名下面写清自己的永久居住地址、邮编、电话和常用的电子邮件地址。另外,在简历的个人信息的写作中绝对不能用缩写。

第二、教育背景:申请人一定要以编年体的形式写清楚自己的教育背景。标明自己原来所毕业的院校的名称、在校学习的年限、授予了什么学位以及在校期间读了什么专业的学位。

第三、工作背景:这一部分是美国大学教授最看重的一部分。在这一部分里,申请人要以从近到远的时间顺序表明自己所就职的公司的名称、职位、以及就职时间。另外更重要的是要以最简明的语言写出自己的工作描述,语言简洁并不意味着含糊不清,同时申请者要把自己的工作成绩详细的写明,最好以数据来作为支持。另外,每一项的工作描述不要超过两行。只有这样,美国大学的教授才会更加准确的判断申请人的背景、技能、兴趣、职业目标并且判断申请人是否能给其所带的项目做出贡献。

第四、其他支持性信息:以最短的文字说明自己在上学期间或在工作期间,是否参加过一些公益性活动或获得过什么奖项。这一部分不用写太多,保证简历在一篇内完成即可。

只有向美国大学的教授清晰的表达出自己的教育背景、职业经历和其他相关的技能,才会给读者留下简历主人是很认真、很敬业并有培养潜力的申请人。如此一来,美国教授在未读申请人个人陈述推荐信前,就已经对申请人先有了一个良好的、敬重的态度了。

虽然简历重要,在此提醒各位申请美国留学的同学,简历要实事求是,不要凭空捏造和刻意夸大,毕竟真实性是美国留学简历最基本的要求。

美国留学ps范文,航空航天专业

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美国留学ps范文,航空航天专业,一共五篇,希望对大家有所帮助。申请美国航空航天专业的学生并不多,相关资料也不容易找到,希望这几篇申请PS范例能为大家提供帮助。

 

  Applied Program: Aerospace Engineering

 

  "One can never consent to creep when one feels an impulse to soar" I must say that I am genuinely grateful to Helen Keller for articulating what I have long cherished in the innermost recesses of my mind. At the same time I also congratulate myself on having chosen flying as my one-time career, for it has imparted to me both the impulse and the desire to soar in my life.

 

  Ten years ago when I was an undergraduate from the Department of Mechanical Engineering of Tsinghua University, or even 5 years ago when I just entered the China Civil Aviation Flight University, I had the stubborn notion that, for the rest of my life, I would stay on the ground working either as a mechanist engaged in mechanical designing and the technical improvement of materials. It never dawned on me that I would transcend all the matter-of-course outcomes resulting from my five-year undergraduate studies to become a pilot of international flights, for at that time the idea had never occurred to me that a person could fly so freely in the infinite universe of his life.

 

  In 1990, I sailed through the highly competitive National University Entrance Examination to become an undergraduate in Tsinghua University. Out of my instinctive interest, I chose to study in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. My 5-year solid studies at this most prestigious university in China allowed me to establish a profound theoretical groundwork in mechanical engineering and to develop an in-depth understanding of mechanical dynamics and its operation principle. During my graduation internship, I discovered that, because of the airborne sand, the cylinder piston ring of the desert vehicle which did not receive alloy surface treatment frequently incur friction damage and breaking. This not only created great hindrance to the normal operation of desert vehicles but also seriously jeopardized the life and security of personnel doing field work in the desert. Driven by my sense of responsibility, I chose The Surface Alloy Treatment of the Cylinder Piston Ring of Desert Vehicles by Laser, a highly difficult technical subject which constituted part of a research program of the National 9th Five-Year Plan, as the topic of my graduation design. I was responsible for organizing a research team to conduct designing, processing and analyzing involved in the investigation. In order to arrive at the perfect ratio of different substances to be contained in the alloy, I undertook innumerable experiments which were coupled with innumerable failures. Sometimes I would stay in the laboratory for days without knowing the lapse of time. During this difficult but equally exciting period, it was Edison's motto Success Means Standing up Once More After Failure that sustained me. With due efforts, we concluded the research satisfactorily, not only scoring significant technological breakthroughs but also yielding impressive practical profitability.

 

  After graduating as an undergraduate from Tsinghua University in 1995, at the strong recommendation of the University, I took part in a screening test administered by Air China for the recruitment of civil aviation pilots. With my impressive personal performance, I distinguished myself from the a total of 20,000 participants as a qualified candidate and entered China Civil Aviation Flight University in Sichun Province where I studied aviation theories and techniques, aerodynamics, meteorology and other relevant knowledge. In the first year of my studies at this university, I received the honor of Model Student. On account of my prominent performance in my studies and flying practice, together with my strong adaptability, especially with my impressive organizational and communicational capacity, I was dispatched by Air China in July 1997 to the Flight Safety Academy located in Florida of the United States to undergo a one-year specialized training in order to develop myself into an outstanding pilot on international flights.

 

  During my studies at Flight Safety Academy, I was confronted with even greater challenges. I made utmost efforts to perfect my English aptitude within the shortest possible time. I continued to study advanced courses in flight principles, aerodynamics, federal regulations and a series of subjects directly or indirectly related to flying. At the same time, I was subjected to the most rigorous flight training. I did not shrink from any of those challenges. Instead, I surmounted them one by one, supported by the powerful spirit of perseverance and confidence cultivated in me in my early childhood. At the end of this one-year training, I received the Certificate for Flying Commercial Multi-Engineer Aircrafts issued by the Federal Aviation Administration of the United States. Hard as it was, the one-year experience in the United States not only enabled me to acquire the necessary qualifications as a pilot of international flights, but also helped me to develop some initial understanding of the American society. In July 1998, I returned to Air China and formally became its qualified pilot on international flights.

 

  As a pilot, one must be in possession of a strong sense of responsibility and the spirit of teamwork. This requires that a pilot must be meticulous in every detail, able to deal with emergencies, and effective in interpersonal communication. Before each routine flight, I would make detailed flight plans, conduct careful analysis of the conditions of the airfields that we would land on, familiarize myself with the air routes and the weather conditions. I pay special attention to enhance my ability in analyzing and handling emergency situations. On those occasions when the flight is delayed due to irresistible factors, my patient explanations to the passengers tend to make them satisfied and their excited emotions would naturally calm down, facilitating the smooth settlement of the problems. In recognition of my prominent achievements, my company conferred on me the Model Pilot Award. All those gradually cultivated qualities serve as my strong assets for commencing new stages of my career.

 

  Over the past four years, I have traveled to virtually all the major countries of the world and I have accumulated a 3000-hour record of safe flight. After arriving at each destination, I can enjoy a brief vacation of 3 to 4 days in the local city. I would invariably take advantage of such occasions to make extensive visits to the local society, coming into close contacts with local traditions and customs. Those experiences have not only significantly broadened my cultural perspective and enriched my mind, but also developed my ability to accommodate myself to different cultural backgrounds. Exposure to new ideas, a cosmopolitan awareness, and increased receptivity are the greatest benefits that I have been able to derive from those experiences.

 

  My pleasant work experiences make me increasingly interested in my career as a pilot. But at the same time I have also come to develop a strong concern for the existing condition of China's civil aviation industry. Because of its lack of fund and backward technology, plus its belated development, China's civil aviation industry currently lags far behind the developed countries, particularly in the field of aerospace engineering. Once again, motivated by my sense of responsibility to help develop China's civil aviation industry, I am determined to relinquish my present career and apply to study Aerospace Engineering at your distinguished university, to embark on a new stage of life. Technically, I have established a solid foundation for apply for an advanced degree program in aerospace engineering because of my undergraduate training in mechanical engineering. My actual experience as a pilot further contributes to my readiness to combine theoretical knowledge with practical expertise. The most essential point is that, psychologically, my extraordinary sense of responsibility for the safety of passengers has cultivated in me the spirit for pursuing perfection. Such an awareness and spirit will undoubtedly ensure the maximum success in my prospective degree program as in my heretofore career as a pilot.

 

  Admittedly, to relinquish my present career means to give up many advantages: a relatively high salary, a comfortable life, and a respected social status. But I should say that flying constitutes for me not only a form of career and a form of working experience. It has also ignited my passion for the future, for it enabled me to understand the true significance of horizon, that, as a matter of fact, the horizon of life is akin to the horizon of the sky in which I fly in that they both promises infinite possibilities. It made me further realize that an individual's universe is as infinite as his heart is ambitious. In order to pursue a more exciting future of personal development, it is often necessary to transcend the mere past. The present decision that I make is by no means a form of relinquishment, but a form of pursuit, seeking to transcend the status quo and to strive for excellence, to fly to even higher destinies.

 

  I could never understand why "To be or not to be / That is the question" can become such a celebrated soliloquy and why the protagonist Hamlet, the prince of hesitation and indecision, could become such a worshipped hero. For me, who is well equipped with all my previous qualifications and at the same time confident about the future, I would say : To Soar or to Creep / That is no Question!

 

  本篇P.S.的主人公为国际航班的飞行员,毕业于清华大学机械工程系,申请Aerospace Engineering专业。

 

  在为本篇P.S.设计开头的那几天中,凑巧在我进加油站加油时收音机里面传来了我所需要的主题:"只要有在蓝天翱翔的冲动,便绝不会有在地上爬行的欲望"。很快,就查到了Hellen Keller的这句名言,用在这位飞行员身上再贴切也不过。

 

  接下来,整篇P.S.的主线也顺理成章地得以确立,从具体到抽象的层面上,"飞翔--飞越"。所谓飞超,即是放弃目前其优厚的物质条件,而赴美求学,进行更高层次的追求。

 

  此外,本篇P.S.还突出了其作为国际航班有几千小时飞行记录的飞行员的特殊素质:飞遍欧美而形成的对西方文化的亲身了解,高度的责任感与机组的团队协作能力。当然,在专业方面,着重描述了其本科engineering方面的背景,及飞行驾驶方面的学习与工作经历,将Aerospace与engineering有机地结合了起来。

 

  为了增强其人文色彩,结尾处引用了莎士比亚的一句经典名言。没想到这给这位申请者造成了麻烦。他说他得赶快回去通读莎翁的Hamlet原文,以便今后能与其美国导师就该剧进行对话。

  Countless dreamers have looked to the sky, their thoughts fixed on flying. The Wright brothers’ powered flight initiated men into a realization of that dream. I, too, found myself with a very personal and enthusiastic dream of flying as a boy. As a participant in a model plane tournament in elementary school, I found the joy of making a model plane and tinkering with it to find the perfect form. This boyhood pastime fostered my decision to major in aeronautical and mechanical engineering in one of the best engineering schools in Korea, Hankuk Aviation University.

 

  点评:第一段通过描述作者小时候制作飞机模型和参加比赛的经历,体现了他小时候的梦想,和兴趣的产生。并引用怀特兄弟说明了自己决心的坚定。从而引出了自己今后的目标,和追求目标考上航空机械工程学院的经历。这个开篇虽然比较大众,但是表达出了自己的兴趣和目标,并起到了引出下文的作用。

 

  There I embraced numerous opportunities, encountering real aircraft and delving into introductory flight theory. From basic mechanics of aircraft to simple airplane design, the more I learned about my major, the more I wanted to learn. A natural extension of this burning curiosity remains to enter your renowned graduate program in the Department of Aerospace Engineering.

 

  点评:第二段是一个过渡段,简单介绍了在航空学院可以接触到的东西,这些专业的知识使自己的兴趣更加浓烈,促使自己更加全身心投入到这个领域的学习。很好的起到承上启下的作用。

 

  My preparation for your program has been expansive and thorough. First, I have a solid background in aeronautical and mechanical engineering. Additionally, during my undergraduate years, I joined a club called Information Process Research (IPR) focused on computer programming. Our projects dealt with visual C++, AutoCAD, and other software tools. My work outside the classroom, in job placements through Hankuk Aviation University, granted me excellent opportunities for real-world experience. This led to my associate membership of the Korea Aeronautical Engineers’ Association.

 

  点评:这段简单描述了自己在本科期间参与的一个项目,介绍了自己专业的背景。通过这个项目的介绍,反映出了作者本科期间参与的活动,证明了他由于兴趣,开始研究和探索的过程,和为了追求目标所做的努力,同时也反映出了专业能力和背景。

 

  While exploring the possibility of graduate-level work, I discovered that my interests are perfectly matched with your program. My interest in flight mechanics and control, especially, was piqued during my flight control and automatic control systems class. The aspects of the control system fascinated me and made me long to supervise a large project in this field one day. Although I realize my current limitations, my whole-hearted enthusiasm, combined with guidance from your exceptional faculty, will carry me through the rigors of studying and forge me into an expert control systems engineer after the two year M.S. coursework and the subsequent Ph.D. courses.

 

  点评:本段写通过作者不断学习,确立了自己今后的学习方向和目标,并且把自己的兴趣很好的与申请学校相结合,同时反映了自己本学校在这方面的劣势。反映出自己迫切想要到对方学校学习的渴望。

 

  Upon graduation from your school, I plan to work as a practical engineer in a large manufacturing company or as a researcher at an institute. Participating in the development of advanced airplanes, space shuttles, and satellites would fulfill my aspirations. In the long term, I would like to become a professor in order to share my knowledge and experience and instruct the next generation of aeronautical engineers.

 

  点评:最后一段作者描写了自己从这个学校毕业后,可以取得的成绩和职业规划。使学校可以看出学校的教育可以给他提供的帮助。同时反映出了作者明确的学习目标,和动机。

 

  整体点评

 

  大纲:本文分成四大部分

 

  第一部分描写作者小时候的梦想和追求梦想的过程,在叙述经历中,体现出了自己的兴趣产生和确定自己航空事业的目标。

 

  第二部分描写作者进入航空航天大学学习专业知识的经历,通过专业学校的学习和研究项目的实践,使自己确立的今后的学习方向和职业发展道路。

 

  第三部分,作者描写找到了自己今后打算学习的方向,但是自己学校在本领域的教学研究并不强,而对方学校在这方面是很有优势的,反映出自己迫切想要去那里学习的渴望。

 

  第四部分,作者大胆展现了自己通过在那里学习后,可以在职业上的发展和目标,更加证明了学校可以给作者的帮助。

 

  主题内容:

 

  文章以时间为线索,以一个孩子童年的梦想为主线,描写了作者从小制作模拟飞机,到长大后学习航空方面知识的经历,展现了作者小时候在模拟飞机上的成功对自己今后学习和职业发展的影响。以及进入专业学校通过不断的学习积累,取得的良好成绩的经过,对航空事业和自我认识及理想的追求。

 

  素材取材:

 

  文章素材的选取是以时间为线索,全部选用的是作者在航空方面学习,参加比赛和教学的亲身经历。题材生动,不但可以通过选材了解自己的专业背景,而且可以通过文章了解作者的成长历程和对航空事业的追求过程。

 

  立意:

 

  文章从成长的角度描写,专业背景是随着自己成长的一步一步深入过程。随着年龄的增长,对航空知识的积累和各种设备的学习,使作者对飞机及航空的兴趣逐渐的浓厚,乃至把自己的职业目标也确立在航空事业上。

 

  可以借鉴的:

 

  这篇文章语言简练,而且主体表达明确,表达出了一个孩子的梦想和追求梦想的过程,结尾处还大胆的设想了一下毕业的职业目标和规划,体现出了这所学校对自己的帮助和作用,目标和动机明确。把PS中需要体现的兴趣、学习过程、获奖经历、职业经历、对自身和今后发展的认识、出国学习的目的都表达出来了。并且充分体现了自己的优势,整体结构合理,过渡自然,主体突出。虽然文章的整体结构比较普通,但是选材真实,有说服力,今后可以借鉴。

 

  译文:

 

  大多数的梦想家都向往天空,他们的想法固定在飞行上面。怀特兄弟通过装有动力的飞行器开始实现了人们的梦想。我,也一样有我自己独立和热情的想法,要像男孩子一样飞行。在小学参加了飞机模型的比赛。在制作模型和对模型进行修补工作中我找到了兴趣。少年时代的娱乐活动更加鼓励我来到韩国最好的工程学校之一,HANKUK 飞行大学,学习航空机械工程学这个专业。

 

  在那里我获得了许多机会,接触到了真实的航行器并且钻研了航空理论。从最基础的航行器机械学到简单的飞机设计,学得越多,我就越喜欢学。不断燃烧的强烈的好奇心促使我要进入到您的航空航天工程部门的项目中学习。

 

  为了进入到这个项目我做了非常广泛和彻底的准备。首先,我有非常扎实的背景在航空机械工程学。而且,在我本科学习期间,我加入到一个被称为信息处理研究的俱乐部(IPR)专注于计算机程序设计。我们项目处理一些视觉C++语言,AUTO CAD,和一些软件工具。我的工作在教室之外,是在穿过HANKUK 飞行大学的一个工作地点,可以证明我得到了优秀的真实的工作机会。这个事情使我成为了韩国航空学工程系的成员。

 

  当我在做本科水平工作的探测时,我发现我的兴趣和你们的项目非常相配。我的兴趣是飞行机械学和控制,特别另我不满意的是我的飞行控制学和自动控制系统课程。我沉迷于控制系统的方面的问题,使得我渴望成为这一领域大型项目的管理人员。虽然我了解到我现在的局限性,我所有的狂热再加上您学校对我的才能指导,将带领我通过严格的学习并且在两年之后进入到灵活的控制系统工程里面,并且进行之后的PHD课程。

 

  在从您学校毕业之后,我打算在一家大型的制造公司做实习工程师或者在学院里面做研究员。对于类似高级飞机的发展,空间课程的发展和人造卫星的发展,都可以实现我的渴望。在长时间的学习中,我希望可以成为教授来分享我的知识,经验来指导新一代的航空机械工程师。

  申请专业:航天工程 aeronautical engineering AE

 

  Since I was young I have always had a keen interest in the way that the things around me work. From marvelling at the telephone to how planes can fly, engineering advances have never failed to captivate me. For this reason, I have always tried to find out how such things function, and about how they have had an impact on the society we live in today. Coupled with the fact that I have always enjoyed the logical and problem-solving processes involved in maths and physics, I decided several years ago to embark on a career in engineering.

 

  Since then, I have endeavoured to find out as much about engineering as possible. I researched the great engineers such as Brunel, and discovered the great works they had completed. I have attended several engineering conferences, the most recent of which I was selected to speak live on radio about my experiences. And once I had completed several weeks' worth of work experience, I was assured that it was the career that I wanted to pursue.

 

  This summer, I took part in the Nuffield Bursary scheme for a month, working in a team, at Aerogistics Ltd. Our project was to analyse and implement a new system for the distribution of consumable materials to the individual departments within the company. We found the current system to be highly inefficient and after much data gathering and thought, presented our findings to the senior managers of the company who agreed with our ideas. The last week was spent starting the implementation of these ideas. I found the experience to be highly challenging, yet rewarding especially as it led to me gaining a Gold Crest Award. I also found it useful as I got to see engineers at work and the daily problems that they face. I learnt that there is a lot more to being a good engineer than possessing technical competence, although this is undoubtedly important; team work, communication and leadership skills are vital as well.

 

  I have also recently been selected to complete two placements with army engineers. One of these placements will focus on the more practical side of engineering while the other will focus on the skills needed by a professional engineer focussing on project planning and leadership. I hope to find the experience useful.

 

  In my spare time I like to play sport and music. In secondary school I was captain for the Netball and Football teams, as well as taking part in various other sports. The experience of this greatly improved my team working abilities as well as my fitness. As a keen musician I am working towards my grade 5 theory and grade 7 practical on cello. I am a member of a Youth Orchestra, and have just recently completed a tour of Italy. I am also in the school orchestra and have led several orchestras in the past, before progressing to the LYO.

 

  In school, I am Deputy Head Girl, helping to lead a team of over 40 prefects. I find this to be a challenging and stimulating role and believe it has developed my confidence immensely. As well as carrying out the normal duties of a prefect, such as supervising younger students, I must lead and manage the other prefects. My role involves arranging rotas, organising after school events such as the Year 7 social and parent's evenings and public speaking as well as other responsibilities, which have developed my communication, organisation and leadership skills immensely. The role requires a lot of commitment, but it has helped to improve my time management, as I try to strike a balance between it and school work, which is my main priority. I have also been selected to compete in the Physics Olympiad and have been entered for the Biology Advanced Extension.

 

  During my time at university I hope to gain a good degree, which will stand me in good stead for when I enter the world of work. I would like to continue my education in a place where I can thrive both academically and socially, and where I can put my determination and motivation into good use. Thank you.

  申请专业:航天工程 aeronautical engineering AE

 

 

  "One can never consent to creep when one feels an impulse to soar" I must say that I am genuinely grateful to Helen Keller for articulating what I have long cherished in the innermost recesses of my mind. At the same time I also congratulate myself on having chosen flying as my one-time career, for it has imparted to me both the impulse and the desire to soar in my life.

 

 

  Ten years ago when I was an undergraduate from the Department of Mechanical Engineering of Tsinghua University, or even 5 years ago when I just entered the China Civil Aviation Flight University, I had the stubborn notion that, for the rest of my life, I would stay on the ground working either as a mechanist engaged in mechanical designing and the technical improvement of materials. It never dawned on me that I would transcend all the matter-of-course outcomes resulting from my five-year undergraduate studies to become a pilot of international flights, for at that time the idea had never occurred to me that a person could fly so freely in the infinite universe of his life.

 

 

  In 1990, I sailed through the highly competitive National University Entrance Examination to become an undergraduate in Tsinghua University. Out of my instinctive interest, I chose to study in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. My 5-year solid studies at this most prestigious university in China allowed me to establish a profound theoretical groundwork in mechanical engineering and to develop an in-depth understanding of mechanical dynamics and its operation principle. During my graduation internship, I discovered that, because of the airborne sand, the cylinder piston ring of the desert vehicle which did not receive alloy surface treatment frequently incur friction damage and breaking. This not only created great hindrance to the normal operation of desert vehicles but also seriously jeopardized the life and security of personnel doing field work in the desert. Driven by my sense of responsibility, I chose The Surface Alloy Treatment of the Cylinder Piston Ring of Desert Vehicles by Laser, a highly difficult technical subject which constituted part of a research program of the National 9th Five-Year Plan, as the topic of my graduation design. I was responsible for organizing a research team to conduct designing, processing and analyzing involved in the investigation. In order to arrive at the perfect ratio of different substances to be contained in the alloy, I undertook innumerable experiments which were coupled with innumerable failures. Sometimes I would stay in the laboratory for days without knowing the lapse of time. During this difficult but equally exciting period, it was Edison's motto Success Means Standing up Once More After Failure that sustained me. With due efforts, we concluded the research satisfactorily, not only scoring significant technological breakthroughs but also yielding impressive practical profitability.

 

 

  After graduating as an undergraduate from Tsinghua University in 1995, at the strong recommendation of the University, I took part in a screening test administered by Air China for the recruitment of civil aviation pilots. With my impressive personal performance, I distinguished myself from the a total of 20,000 participants as a qualified candidate and entered China Civil Aviation Flight University in Sichun Province where I studied aviation theories and techniques, aerodynamics, meteorology and other relevant knowledge. In the first year of my studies at this university, I received the honor of Model Student. On account of my prominent performance in my studies and flying practice, together with my strong adaptability, especially with my impressive organizational and communicational capacity, I was dispatched by Air China in July 1997 to the Flight Safety Academy located in Florida of the United States to undergo a one-year specialized training in order to develop myself into an outstanding pilot on international flights.

 

 

  During my studies at Flight Safety Academy, I was confronted with even greater challenges. I made utmost efforts to perfect my English aptitude within the shortest possible time. I continued to study advanced courses in flight principles, aerodynamics, federal regulations and a series of subjects directly or indirectly related to flying. At the same time, I was subjected to the most rigorous flight training. I did not shrink from any of those challenges. Instead, I surmounted them one by one, supported by the powerful spirit of perseverance and confidence cultivated in me in my early childhood. At the end of this one-year training, I received the Certificate for Flying Commercial Multi-Engineer Aircrafts issued by the Federal Aviation Administration of the United States. Hard as it was, the one-year experience in the United States not only enabled me to acquire the necessary qualifications as a pilot of international flights, but also helped me to develop some initial understanding of the American society. In July 1998, I returned to Air China and formally became its qualified pilot on international flights.

 

 

  As a pilot, one must be in possession of a strong sense of responsibility and the spirit of teamwork. This requires that a pilot must be meticulous in every detail, able to deal with emergencies, and effective in interpersonal communication. Before each routine flight, I would make detailed flight plans, conduct careful analysis of the conditions of the airfields that we would land on, familiarize myself with the air routes and the weather conditions. I pay special attention to enhance my ability in analyzing and handling emergency situations. On those occasions when the flight is delayed due to irresistible factors, my patient explanations to the passengers tend to make them satisfied and their excited emotions would naturally calm down, facilitating the smooth settlement of the problems. In recognition of my prominent achievements, my company conferred on me the Model Pilot Award. All those gradually cultivated qualities serve as my strong assets for commencing new stages of my career.

 

 

  Over the past four years, I have traveled to virtually all the major countries of the world and I have accumulated a 3000-hour record of safe flight. After arriving at each destination, I can enjoy a brief vacation of 3 to 4 days in the local city. I would invariably take advantage of such occasions to make extensive visits to the local society, coming into close contacts with local traditions and customs. Those experiences have not only significantly broadened my cultural perspective and enriched my mind, but also developed my ability to accommodate myself to different cultural backgrounds. Exposure to new ideas, a cosmopolitan awareness, and increased receptivity are the greatest benefits that I have been able to derive from those experiences.

 

 

  My pleasant work experiences make me increasingly interested in my career as a pilot. But at the same time I have also come to develop a strong concern for the existing condition of China's civil aviation industry. Because of its lack of fund and backward technology, plus its belated development, China's civil aviation industry currently lags far behind the developed countries, particularly in the field of aerospace engineering. Once again, motivated by my sense of responsibility to help develop China's civil aviation industry, I am determined to relinquish my present career and apply to study Aerospace Engineering at your distinguished university, to embark on a new stage of life. Technically, I have established a solid foundation for apply for an advanced degree program in aerospace engineering because of my undergraduate training in mechanical engineering. My actual experience as a pilot further contributes to my readiness to combine theoretical knowledge with practical expertise. The most essential point is that, psychologically, my extraordinary sense of responsibility for the safety of passengers has cultivated in me the spirit for pursuing perfection. Such an awareness and spirit will undoubtedly ensure the maximum success in my prospective degree program as in my heretofore career as a pilot.

 

 

  Admittedly, to relinquish my present career means to give up many advantages: a relatively high salary, a comfortable life, and a respected social status. But I should say that flying constitutes for me not only a form of career and a form of working experience. It has also ignited my passion for the future, for it enabled me to understand the true significance of horizon, that, as a matter of fact, the horizon of life is akin to the horizon of the sky in which I fly in that they both promises infinite possibilities. It made me further realize that an individual's universe is as infinite as his heart is ambitious. In order to pursue a more exciting future of personal development, it is often necessary to transcend the mere past. The present decision that I make is by no means a form of relinquishment, but a form of pursuit, seeking to transcend the status quo and to strive for excellence, to fly to even higher destinies.

 

 

  I could never understand why "To be or not to be / That is the question" can become such a celebrated soliloquy and why the protagonist Hamlet, the prince of hesitation and indecision, could become such a worshipped hero. For me, who is well equipped with all my previous qualifications and at the same time confident about the future, I would say : To Soar or to Creep / That is no Question!

  My purpose for applying to graduate school is to both expand on my existing knowledge and to create additional opportunities for myself in the future. I believe that graduate school will prepare me for a successful and challenging career in the aerospace industry.

 

  Even though I have chosen dynamics as my field of specialization, I am keeping my mind open to other areas of aerospace so that I do not limit myself. I am currently working at JPL in an academic part time position and I believe that this first hand experience will clarify my future educational needs and directions.

 

  While attending UCLA, I have had a number of part time positions, which included being a computer consultant, AutoCAD operator, and a lab for the Non-Destructive Evaluation Laboratory at UCLA. My diverse work experiences have given me a better understanding of what opportunities are available to me. There is so much that I would want to learn and under-stand. I have always been fascinated with the space program, and some day, I want to be instrumental in operating in the space program.

 

  I have wanted to be an engineer ever since my father shared with me some of his published engineering ariticles. I have always been a hard worker and have shown that I can handle a diverse work load incoporating work and college intocollege into my schedule.

 

  I believe that UCLA can provide me with the tools to succeed in the aerospace industry. I have enjoyed attending UCLA as an undergraduate student and would enjoy being a graduate student here as well.

 

 

 

 

 

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  My purposes for applying to graduate school is to both expand on my existing knowledge and to create additional opportunities for myself in the future. I believe that graduate school will prepare me for a successful and challenging career in the aerospace industry.

  Even though I have chosen dynamics as my field of specialization, I am keeping my mind open to other areas of aerospace so that I do not limit myself. I am currently working at JPL in an academic part time position and I believe that this first hand experience will clarify my future educational needs and directions.

  While attending UCLA, I have had a number of part time positions, which included being a computer consultant, AutoCAD operator, and a lab for the Non-Destructive Evaluation Laboratory at UCLA. My diverse work experiences have given me a better understanding of what opportunities are available to me. There is so much that I would want to learn and under-stand. I have always been fascinated with the space program, and some day, I want to be instrumental in operating in the space program.

  I have wanted to be an engineer ever since my father shared with me some of his published engineering articles. I have always been a hard worker and have shown that I can handle a diverse work load incorporating work and college into college into my schedule.

  I believe that UCLA can provide me with the tools to succeed in the aerospace industry. I have enjoyed attending UCLA as an undergraduate student and would enjoy being a graduate student here as well.

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My purpose for applying to graduate school is to both expand on my existing knowledge and to create additional opportunities for myself in the future. I believe that graduate school will prepare me for a successful and challenging career in the aerospace industry.

 

  Even though I have chosen dynamics as my field of specialization, I am keeping my mind open to other areas of aerospace so that I do not limit myself. I am currently working at JPL in an academic part time position and I believe that this first hand experience will clarify my future educational needs and directions.

 

  While attending UCLA, I have had a number of part time positions, which included being a computer consultant, AutoCAD operator, and a lab for the Non-Destructive Evaluation Laboratory at UCLA. My diverse work experiences have given me a better understanding of what opportunities are available to me. There is so much that I would want to learn and under-stand. I have always been fascinated with the space program, and some day, I want to be instrumental in operating in the space program.

 

  I have wanted to be an engineer ever since my father shared with me some of his published engineering ariticles. I have always been a hard worker and have shown that I can handle a diverse work load incoporating work and college intocollege into my schedule.

 

  I believe that UCLA can provide me with the tools to succeed in the aerospace industry. I have enjoyed attending UCLA as an undergraduate student and would enjoy being a graduate student here as well.