Application for Applying As a Teacher in Engineering College


Sample application letter to apply for employment in engineering college, or engineering university to teach engineering students. 3 Sample Application Letter for Teaching Position in College available below:

Applying As a Teacher in Engineering College

Dear college principle,

I am writing to you because i would like to apply for a teaching position in your engineering college. I am an experienced teacher in mechanics in Norwich University but due to budget cuts I was one of five people let go. I am looking for full time work, and I live within walking distance to the college. I have a full valid DBS certificate so I can work with anyone under the age of eighteen.

You will find attached my up to date CV with my all of contact details if you need anything you can call, message, or email me. I look forward to hearing back from you.

Kind regards,

Mrs. Karen Collins

Application for Teacher in Engineering College

Dear Sir,

I’m writing this letter to you so that I can let you know that I’m applying for the post of teacher in your engineering college. As I’ve done my Mechanical engineering from UET Lahore in (Date), and graduated with 3.5 GPA with grip on many engineering subjects, and have an experience of teaching for almost 1 year in an engineering college.

Hope you will think about my resume, and select me as a teacher.


Miss Saba Naz

Teacher Job Application for Engineering College

Dear Sir / Ma’ am,

Here I am writing this to you to serve in your institution as a teacher. I come across with your job ad I read all the job description you have mentioned. Although, me, and my work are totally up to the mark, so I thing I am eligible for this teaching job.

Here I will mention all the experiences of my life in the field of teaching. I started teaching as a professional in the age of 24 in private secondary school of Lahore. Then in the age of 25 as I have been graduated in the bachelors of electrical engineering, I joined Islamia Women College where I used to teach physics to both first, and second year students. Then in the age of 28, I switched my job from college to college of technical, and practical engineering.

I have served here for 6 years but I always tried to join to women engineering college so as now I am writing to you, the women engineering college, for the position of a teacher. I will be very thankful to you if you will consider my application.

Thank you.

Yours affectionately,

Hooriya Zahra

Motivation Letter for Master Degree Engineering


Sample motivation letter for masters degree in engineering. Motivation letter for master degree in civil engineering

Motivation Letter for Master Degree Engineering

(Enter Friends Name Here).

Dear Friend,
I am fine, and I hope you are doing fine too. It’s been ages since I have seen you, and I am really mad at you for that. I know that I didn’t prove to be a good friend when financial problems struck you but trust me when I say I was helpless. Lack of qualifications in your CV is the basic reason that I couldn’t help you find a better job that would suit you, and your family needs.

I want you to enroll yourself into Masters in Engineering Degree Program. I know that you’ve been out of your academic posture for quite some time now, and you’re a little rusty but it will all be good with time. The main reason I am asking you to enroll yourself in the Engineering program is to raise your qualification up to a level from where there is no coming back.

Being a Masters in any engineering field is something worth both your time, and your money. Although you won’t experience sudden career hiring right when you’re done with your degree but soon enough you will surely experience a change in your career development approach. Being an Engineer comes with a lot of opportunities, and a river of career choices, and I think that it’s best for you too to settle down in one career now.

I hope that you will find this letter compelling enough to enroll yourself in the Master’s Degree Program, and a make a living out of it.
Waiting keenly for your positive response.

Your friend,