Dear Professor XXX：
Thank you for your attention to my email. My name is XXX and my application for admission to doctoral program of XXX for 20XX fall is still under review. Now I am expecting to further my research and looking for such a chance in your program.
I&aposve been doing research on XXXXXX and XXXXXXXXXXX during my BS/MS period， especially in XXXXXXXX. Also I&aposve XXXXXXXXXXXXX（研究经历简述）. Research details can be found in my CV attached to this email.
Would you mind taking a few minutes reading my file， please？ I am looking forward to hearing from you soon. Thank you.
Dear Prof. XXXX，
I am XXX XXX， currently a college senior at the University of Toronto， Canada. I&aposm studying in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences with Pharmacology and Economics being my double major， and I am about to receive my degree in the coming June. However， I am very interested in programs that are more quantitative and analytical， such as the QCF program at your university， and I hope to pursue an education in this program at my master&aposs level of studies. I understand that admission to these programs at your university is highly selective， and usually such programs require a good command of mathematics and computational skills of the applicants. So I plan to strengthen my background in these two fields at U of Toronto over the next year and apply to your program for application for Fall 2011. Therefore， I do want to listen to your authoritative analysis of my situation and plan ahead. Would you please kindly look over my transcript and offer me some suggestions as for what other courses I need to take in order to meet your prerequisite requirement and to enhance my competitiveness for admission？ I have hereby scanned my transcript and would you please refer to the attachment？ Your reply and suggestion will be greatly appreciated. Thank you very much.
Dear Professor ********：
I am a working professional at KPMG China since September 2008， who wishes to apply for the Master program in Finance at your honored department. By writing to you， I wonder whether I have the possibility to be admitted by your program.
Briefly speaking， I graduated from Tongji University， China with undergraduate major Statistics and minor Finance in July 2008. My TOEFL iBT score is 88 and GMAT score is 680 （V 32，Q 49，AW 4.5）， and undergraduate overall GPA is around 3.6/5.0 （Tongji University sets very strictly score system）. Please refer to my CV at the end of this letter for more information.
I find that your master program fits my interest perfectly. With solid foundations in mathematics and practical experience I hope can penetrate in the area of finance at master phase. I wish I can have the chance to take master study under your direction.
As a result， I am looking forward to suggestions for the application to your program. I would be happy to act on your advice.