NEWOLDSTAMP suggests a wide range of combinations to create different email signature examples for students.
If you are in college and need to send emails on a daily basis to your internal contacts only, then the best option for you is to keep the signature simple. These are some excellent examples of such signature, and they contain only the most necessary information and have an appropriate design.
The template formats that are below could be designed to suit the university requirements for an email signature.
If you are a Master’s or a Postgraduate student, you would want your signature to look more professional and bold. It is a good idea to add some of the achievements, social activity highlights or link to your blog.
Graduates who are looking for a job, always try to present themselves in the best light to increase chances to be memorized by a potential employer. Ideally, your graduate student signature should catch enough attention of a receiver that he would want to take a look at your CV. Each of these examples has information either about work/volunteering experience, certificates/awards, portfolio and of course social media links. Easy, presentable, professional.
All in all, a professional signature is the perfect final touch of the email for any student.
Here are key takeaways to keep in mind while designing a student email signature:
- Keep it short and relevant with a bit of personal touch to establish your branding identity.
- Add appropriate social links and icons to expand your professional network.
- Make it recognizable by including the highlights of your academic achievements, social activity involvement and/or work experience.
A relevant email signature can be useful at different stages of university life, both for internal and external correspondence. Moreover, it is a powerful helper during the job search process that makes your character look professional and confident. Every signature can be customized in a variety of ways, show some creativity and rock that visual branding of yours.