Recommendation Letter from Professor

By | June 24, 2014

A recommendation letter from professor is one that is written by a professor to recommend a student for admission in college, university, award or scholarships. The letter should mention the student’s academic ability and his dedication towards his goal and any other reasons to recommend. A sample Recommendation Letter for High School Student letter is as under:

Sample Recommendation Letter from Professor:


The Vice Chancellor,

Tufts University,

London, BS12

June 5, 2014

Sub : Recommendation Letter for Ms. Linda Giles

Dear Sir,

I would like to recommend one of my brilliant and sincere students Linda Giles for admission in your prestigious college.  Linda has worked with me in my Biotechnology lab for last two years at John Hopkins University while she was pursuing her undergraduate studies. We together presented 2 conference publications in International conference. She has achieved A+ grade in all her semesters and also demonstrated outstanding leadership and maintained a clear sense of rationale.

She has won many awards in college for her genuine and ingenious ideas towards protecting nature and has also brought laurels to our college at various national levels symposiums. Success in these interscholastic activities requires extensive research and persuasive skills. She is also an active member of Society of Bio and Biotechnical Engineers. On account of her mature approach to her responsibilities, I often thought of Linda as a colleague.

Since her classmates, my fellow teachers, and I will always hold her in the highest esteem, I sincerely recommend her as an ideal candidate for admission to your renowned college.

Yours sincerely,

Thomas Campbell

John Hopkins University