Keep in mind that a CV for academic study differs from a CV for the workplace.
The format and content of an academic CV varies by country.
You only list your tertiary education on your academic CV. No information on a secondary or primary school.
Academic CV does not have space for date of birth, gender, state of origin, number of children, hobbies and chieftaincy titles.
Academic CV only includes languages that are international and transactional. Not Orobo, Annang, Efik or kuli kuli.
The five most important parts of an academic CV are;
- Personal details (Begin from your name)
- Research Interest
- Experiences (Research, Teaching and Professional in that order)
- Volunteering and community service.
The other parts that makes it up are; skills, scholarship and publication, professional affiliations, referees.