My First Email to My Professor (20110924)

This is the first email that I sent my professor to hand in my assignment. I really love professor Ferguson. He takes care of me a lot like his son.


Title : The First Programming Assignment. (Student Number : 123-456)

Dear professor Ferguson,

First of all, I would like to say thank you for teaching us in a generous way. I really appreciate your kindness. I love your teaching methods. In the future, I would like to become a teacher like you. I am enclosing our first programming assignment. I already verified it with the PLM1000 program in our computer classroom last Friday. It was successful so I was happy with the result of the simulation.

I look forward to seeing you soon. Thank you.

Yours sincerely,

Harry Baek


My First Email to Seneca College (20110524)

This is the first email that I sent Seneca College to verify two documents. The receiver whose name is Judy was very kind to me. I really appreciated it.


Title : I am a prospective student of Seneca. (Student Number : 123-456)

Dear Sir or Madam,

My name is Harry Baek and I am expecting to start my program at Seneca College on the 6th of September. My program is Mechanical Engineering Technician (Tool Design).

I am writing to confirm two documents which I received it from my agency a few days ago. I am enclosing those documents. Could you please confirm that those documents are correct or not. As I am overseas student, I would like to make sure of this before paying my tuition fee.

Thank you for taking the time to check my Letter of Acceptance and Tuition Invoice. I would appreciate your help.

Yours faithfully,

Harry Baek


Title : Re: I am a prospective student of Seneca. (Student Number : 123-456)

Hi Harry,

Thanks so much for your email and your interest in Seneca College.
Glad to hear that you have received your letter of acceptance and tuition invoice from your agent.  In order to reserve your seat in MATD program starting September, 2011. kindly pay one semester fee – $6,052.50 (minimum payment) no later than June 30

Best regards,


Admissions Advisor