*Please note: This is a social impact service. Libereka facilitates this service, as this is a not-for-profit option that allows hundreds of top universities alumni to help the next generation of learners. The social impact of providing such services at a lower cost by the community allows more candidates to afford such professional help without burdening themselves or their parents. Spread the word! If you are wondering as to whether you should write your Résumé first or work on your motivation letter, then the answer is that it’s best to prepare the Résumé first. The reasons are - Firstly, the Résumé showcases main facts of your biography, which will strengthen the application for admission, and will already be highlighted by us. Also, when drawing up a motivation letter, you can rely on the selected parameters in your Résumé that would have been thought through. Thus, the number of your motivational letter (essay) writing revisions will also be reduced and you will save time on preparation of each document.

Max Jamilly

Study-abroad specialist. Education at the University of Oxford & worked at Harvard and MIT

After a short stint working at a Harvard/MIT/Stanford startup company in the USA, I started my PhD at the University of Oxford in 2015. I am inspired by helping every student realise his or her dreams. When I'm not doing research, I love studying foreign languages, mountain climbing and scuba diving.

Max Jamilly

Lucy

M.Sc. in Linguistics, Paris Institute of Political Studies (Po)

As an admissions officer for the leading British Master’s programmes, I was handling about 20 applications from students all over the world every day. Every time sending a long-awaited admission letter I kept thinking that someone’s dream had just come true. Now when I know exactly what is needed to succeed in the application process to the best universities of the world, I am inspired to share my experience with those who believe that a high-quality education is a life-changing opportunity.

Lucy