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How can I format a unique undergrad experience on my resume?

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Struggling to make my undergrad read well on the resume... How can I make it more succinct, but still tell the whole story

XXXXX University - BA Film 2015
GPA 3.5
Study break from 2012-2015 due to relocation. Transfer credits from University of Southern California (2012), and Irvine Valley College (2015)

Italian Culture & Language Study Abroad - Siena, Italy - Fall 2009

Scholarships: Full Tuition Academic Scholarship (2008-2009), Half Tuition Academic Scholarship (2009-2012), College of Fine Arts and Communications Merit/Talent Scholarship (2011-2012)


Wanting to go into international marketing and strategy, so definitely would like to find a way to keep the study abroad on there. Any advice is appreciated!
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Struggling to make my undergrad read well on the resume... How can I make it more succinct, but still tell the whole story

XXXXX University - BA Film 2015
GPA 3.5
Study break from 2012-2015 due to relocation. Transfer credits from University of Southern California (2012), and Irvine Valley College (2015)

Italian Culture & Language Study Abroad - Siena, Italy - Fall 2009

Scholarships: Full Tuition Academic Scholarship (2008-2009), Half Tuition Academic Scholarship (2009-2012), College of Fine Arts and Communications Merit/Talent Scholarship (2011-2012)


Wanting to go into international marketing and strategy, so definitely would like to find a way to keep the study abroad on there. Any advice is appreciated!


Very simple - just like you have it, is good. One short bullet is about as short as it's going to get if you still want to keep it in.
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New post 03 Aug 2017, 16:13
I think this current format should work fine, given how much clarification you need here this should be fine. If you're running into space issues, you may want to get more concise in other areas. Also, I noticed your education gap, if thats what that is, you will need to explain that in your optional essay
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