Indeed, I’d say that about 90% of them are one-liners that go something like this: Yes, with all the bad English, impoliteness and lack of any detail, these types of requests get deleted even before I get to the close.
Also, the supervisor is a good person to ask for a recommendation. X, I am currently applying for the Donald Duck scholarship for graduate students in the field of comparative quackery.
I am aware that you only know me from the course on boat programming, which I concluded with a paper on applied quackery, but I was wondering if you were able to write a strong recommendation letter for my application.
It should also help the recommender to recall who you are. If the recommender doesn't think they can write a strong letter, consider asking someone else instead of requesting a letter from them.
I've highlighted those keywords in my example below.
I want to write an email, but I do not know exactly what to write. so, I would like to discuss with you on topics such as AI, Machine learning which will help me get started in the right direction.
Dear xx My name is , and I am a master student and my supervisor is Dr. First of all, I would like to thank you for agreeing to be my co-supervisor.As you may recall, I would like to continue my work on applied quackery in my MA thesis and include some comparative elements. It is only awarded to students who are expected to be part of the best 5% of a school's cohort.The Duck family's mission is to promote candidates with a rounded education, so it might be of interest that I am taking extracurriculars in ancient philosophy and volunteer as rugby coach at a school in my neighborhood.Would it be possible to meet with you to further discuss? Kind Regards, XX Please clarify your specific problem or add additional details to highlight exactly what you need.As it's currently written, it’s hard to tell exactly what you're asking.Stack Exchange network consists of 175 Q&A communities including Stack Overflow, the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers.Visit Stack Exchange I've just started my master in Canada and I just passed one course so far and it was with my supervisor.Just don’t blow your chances before you even get the opportunity to say ‘hello’. CJA Bradshaw […] the desire to increase the cultural portfolio is a good thing to do for your science.One of the most popular blog posts on this site is about how students can improve their chances of engaging positively with a […] Thanks for this.But a letter like this would work also in Germany, which has a rather more hierarchical and less easy-going culture than, say, the US.My supervisor introduced me to a professor who has (already) accepted to be my co-supervisor, and wanted me to contact him and make an appointment. I have read and heard a lot about your achievements and your extensive research experience in the field of artificial intelligence systems.