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個人簡歷的英譯很多,如"Personnel Vita"、"Autobiographical Statement"、"Personal Statement"、"Autobiography"、"Resume"。其中"Resume"寫法稍有不同。個人簡歷一般應簡要寫明本人所受教育、專業興趣、工作經歷、所取得的成績及家庭背景。
I have the honor to present a brief introduction of myself to you in compliance with the requirements of your graduate admission
I was born in November 7th, 1966, at the town of Changing, Beijing. My parents are doing business and farming. I have one elder sister, one younger sister, and two younger brothers. The family is in a well-to-do country with harmonized atmosphere. After my elementary and junior high school education at my hometown, I went on my senior high school education at a public vocational technical high school at the neighboring county Fangshan. Courses I have taken there include: mechanical structure, applied mechanical dynamics, material strength, heat treatment analysis, and electrical engineering. I also had practice courses on lathe work, bench work, casting, engineering drawing, and electronic television repair skill. After graduation from this technical school, I found a job at the Evergreen Traffic Corp. When I had worked one year in mechanical design and heat treatment analysis, I was admitted to the Computer Science Department of Beijing Institute of Technologies.
Computer science education was an extension of my pursuit in electronic knowledge, it had led me into the world of applied electronics. Courses I had taken are: Calculus, Computer Programming (FORTRAN, COBOL, ASSEMBLY, and BASIC), Computer architecture, algorithm, maintenance, system analysis, and some related courses in Accounting, Statistics, Operating research, Digital value analysis.
Beginning at the second year of college, I participated in a work study program and was assigned to the computer center of Far East Textile Corp. as night-shift computer operator, The computers I dealt with were CDC 3300 MSOS and IBM 370-115 DOS/VS system. The major work I had done was the system transference of CDC 3300: MSOS to IBM 370-115 DOS/VS.
In 1989, I was employed by China Automobile Corp. as a computer programmer, and was informed to work on the first of June.
For the first six months of my service, I was in charge of the IBM 4331; DOS/ VSE System Operation, and later on dealt with personnel / payroll and financing system programming works. In the second year, I was promoted to be a system analyst for personnel/ payroll system. In an attempt to upgrade the efficiency of computer data process and to simplify users operating procedures, I redesigned the whole working system and I successfully transferred a Batch operation from oriented system to on-line system. In the third year, I spent five months in the developing of subsystem of financing-accounting. No sooner had I finished that system than I was reassigned as a Subsystem Programmer in charge of DOS / VSE, CICS, and VTAM. At that position I have full responsibility for affairs of technical transition, system development, recruit training, and network communications.
With the elapse of time and the accumulation of experiences, I am now familiar with all of the popular computer languages: FORTRAN, COBOL, ASSEMBLY, and BASIC. Other than these languages, I have also learned and practiced in planning, designing, and analyzing of the following computer applications: DL/ 1, Data Base, On-line (CICS, BMS), Data Communication Network (ACF/ VTAM / NCP), VM, DOS / VSE Operating System: Personnel / Payroll, Accounting Application System and etc.. For these achievements I owe a great deal to China Information Association Since I have taken almost every training course they have offered.
With the ever-increasing level of my work, I am feeling strongly that the theoretical study and actual practice are equally important and dependent on each other. Though I personally possess many years of experiences in actual practices, there is always need for me to extend my existing theoretical basis for future research. My love for computer sciences and m
y inquisitiveness had pushed me to apply for your graduate school admission, and I have decided . should I be accepted by you, I will concentrate on the field of net-work-data-communication, then make a breakthrough on my current ways of thinking in computer related research and development. Finally, I expect that I, myself, as one member of today”s world of computer domain, I should strive to offer my best professional computer service to our society.
My name is Xie Dong. I was born on August 25, 1965, in Hengyang, Hunan Province. In 1977 I graduated from Harbin Technical Institute where I majored in electronic engineering, and then I was assigned to work in an electronic apparatus factory as a technician for nine years. During this period I gained some practical experience in designing and manufacturing several varieties of electronic apparatus. In the fall of 1983, I was admitted to the Department of Mathematics, Zhejiang University as a graduate student. Six months before I took the examinations, I started to study higher algebra and analysis by myself in my leisure time. Since the enrollment I have completed all the courses required by the graduate program, making straight A both in my undergraduate and graduate courses. My performance in the graduate seminars of Differential Calculus and Mathematical and Physical Formulas shows that I have got a good grasp of the fundamentals of mathematics.
I have been studying English intensivelyfor six months. I have attended an English class taught by an American professor. Ms. Kathy Swift, from the City University of New York. According to her, within a few weeks of my arrival abroad, I should have no difficulty either in functioning on a daily basis or in participating fully in graduate studies.
Presently I am interested in applied mathematics and later I would like to do research in control theory. If I am accepted as a graduate student. I plan to stay for 2-5 years pursuing a Ph.d. degree. I am sure I would make progress in my future career.
My name is Harry Lin. On May 25, 1958, I was born in Xinying, a little town in Southern Fujian. My father is a farmer, planting bananas and pineapples, and my mother takes care of the house. I have two brothers and one sister. Though not well-to-do, my parents have been able to provide the whole family with sufficient means to live decently and enjoy all modern conveniences.
My early education was received in my hometown, i.e. six years in primary school and three years in junior middle school. After completing nine years of formal education in 1958. I went to Xiamen and participated in the joint entrance examination for five-year junior colleges. Fortunately, I was admitted to the Department of Electrical Engineering at Xiamen Junior Engineering College. I chose Electrical Engineering as my major because, on the one hand , I liked Physics very much; and on the other hand, electrical industry is a major sector of the economy of China.
The five years of intensive training came to an end in June 1978 when I received a diploma. And in July 1980. I was hired by Nan Ya plastic Company and have served as a junior electrical engineer at the company to the present. I enjoy the work and feel competent for the job.
In working, however, I”ve Found that what I have learned in school is limited and far from sufficient to handle sophisticated jobs. Therefore, I have decided to extend my education and would like to enter an American institution firstly to earn a Bachelor”s degree in Electrical Engineering. Then, if possible, I would like to continue my education toward a Master”s degree.
After this objective is reached, I will return to my country and seek a job in a public firm. Most probably I will continue to work with Nan Ya Plastic Company.
I was born in Beijing, China in 1945. In my early school years I attended Lao Song Primary School. After my graduation I entered the Beijing lst Girls School This is the best middle school in Beijing. Girls are admitted on the basis of a competitive entrance examination. During my middle school years I was very active in school activities while still maintaining a high academic record. Twice I won the first prize for the best in the Three Principles-1) Outstanding grades, 2) moral character, and 3) Good health. This prize was a great honor. I regularly attended the youth Group and there I met several Americans who helped me to improve my English. Upon graduation from middle school I entered Beijing University. This was also on the
basis of a competitive examination. It was a very frightening thing to take this test, because there was not enough room in Chinese Universities for every one who wished to attend. I was very fortunate to have a good background and a high scholastic average. These helped me a great deal.
I majored in Chemistry at Beijing University. This was mainly because I enjoyed it so much in middle school and I hoped some day to teach it in college or perhaps do some research. As an undergraduate I enjoyed all my courses, but I especially liked my major subject. My faculty advisor, Dr. Wen, helped me choose the courses which were of the most interest to me. He also encouraged me to do outside reading and research. With his help I became a lab assistant which broadened my knowledge of chemistry. Dr. Wen also strengthened my desire to study abroad and suggested several American Universities which had good reputations in my field. As a result of his encouragement and a great deal of study, I graduated from Beijing University with very high grades-almost at the top of my class.
In addition to my primary interest in chemistry, I have always been interested in Chinese literature and painting. While I was at the university, I took some painting and art courses. I found painting could relax me and enables me to see things in a better perspective when I was depressed or when I had a problem.
In the future my goal is to get my M. A. and my Ph.D. from an American University in the field of Chemistry. I plan to return to China to teach in a middle school or a University. This is because I feel very strongly that China needs better educated, better informed teachers.
I was born on December 6, 1967 in Shijiazhuang, the largest city in Hebei, China. I lived there until completion of senior high school study in 1984.
In September 1984, I was admitted to Tianjin Finance and Economics College after successful performance in the competitive college entrance examination. In the four years that followed, I studied in the Department of Accounting and Statistics of that college and obtained a diploma in June 1988.
In August 1988. I began to work in business and was an assistant at Da Xing Enterprise Corp. Since November 1980, I have been working with Electronic Memories & Magnetics Corp. At first. I was a junior accountant; then successively I became assistant to Accounting Manager, accountant, and senior accountant (present position).The attached Personal Data gives a detailed account of my work experiences.
As a result of my six and a half years of experience in accounting. I have become thoroughly familiar with accounting operations in medium size business firms. This, however, can not satisfy my ambition and desire for knowledge. To meet the needs of career development in the future, I have decided to continue my education. My plans are first to complete baccalaureate study, and then to work toward an MBA degree in the field of accounting.
Most business firms in China are expanding, and many new companies are being set up every month. My proposed study will no doubt reinforce my qualification for a more gainful executive position.