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Letter Of Recomendation (Spanish) Essay

330 words - 2 pages

Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Mayagüez
Departamento de Ingeniería

25 de noviembre de 2014

Juan A. Ortiz, PhD
Director de Estudios Graduados
Departamento de Ingeniería
Universidad Politécnica de Puerto Rico
Campus San Juan
Avenida Ponce de León 377, Hato Rey, PR 00918

Estimado doctor Ortiz:

Me da mucho gusto recomendar a Henry Rodríguez para que sea admitido al programa de posgrado en Ingeniería de la Universidad Politécnica de Puerto Rico. El Sr. Pérez, quien en mayo recibirá su ...view middle of the document...

Sus calificaciones en los dos exámenes fueron extraordinarios, y el profesor que lideró su grupo de discusión escribió que el Sr. Pérez “es excepcionalmente apto para diseñar y criticar diseños de investigación, presenta excelentes habilidades cuantitativas y verbales, y trabaja arduamente.”

Desde que completo el curso, el Sr. Rodríguez me ha visitado al menos dos veces para discutir las carreras la ingeniería industrial. Me impresiona el gran conocimiento e interés hacia este campo, y lo bien pensado que son sus comentarios al respecto. Cabe mencionar que cuenta con una formación completa, pues ha participado en torneos deportivos intramuros, y escribió una columna para el periódico de la escuela. A pesar de sus logros, él posee una personalidad cálida y sencilla, lo que hace el trabajar con él particularmente disfrutable.

En resumen, el Sr. Rodríguez es un estudiante altamente capaz y motivado que puede ganar mucho de un curso en el Centro, y podría contribuir mucho al proyecto al que sea asignada. Por lo tanto, es un placer recomendarla para su programa.


José U. Pérez, Ph.D.
Profesor de Ingenieria

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