The motivation letter (or cover letter) is probably the most personalised document of your application, considering that you actually get the chance to write a presentation about yourself.
By requiring a motivation letter, the Master’s recruiting committee offers you the chance to prove yourself in a short document shaped as a letter in which you are supposed to give some relevant and interesting insights about yourself, and prove that you are the right and most motivated person to be chosen for the programme.
Writing such a letter can prove to be sometimes tricky and challenging for some applicants, who often find themselves wondering how the letter should look like, what it should contain, and how to convince coordinators that they are the right ones to be chosen for the programme.
The internet is packed with different websites that offer tips and tricks on such letters. By simply typing ‘motivation letter’ on any of the consecrated search engines, you will find a vast number of examples of different motivation letters with structural and content details.