How to write an email

I get it. Writing emails seems so…weird. However, to brand yourself as a professional, you do need to be able to send emails professionally. Below is a basic outline for emails. Buut before we get to that, if your email sounds childish or embarrassing (like, you should change your email name or don’t give out that email.In fact, using your school email is good enough!

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Subject: Something related to your message. Example: Meeting with you


Dear/Hello Mr./Mrs./Ms./Professor/Dr. Last Name,


A line of greeting. Example: I hope this email finds you enjoying your day.

Your respectful and grammatically correct message. Example: I would like to schedule a meeting with you concerning the last exam at your earliest convenience. Please let me know your availability.

Thank you!

Your Name