Resignation Letter for Further Studies (5 samples)

In this brief guide, we will look at some samples of resignation letters for further studies.

Resignation letter for further studies Sample 1

In this resignation letter for further studies, the person briefly mentions their reason for leaving, while specifying what kind of further studies they are going towards, and then they make it a point to thank the employer and offer up services to help with a smooth transition process for the institution.

These are usually standard in resignation letters for further studies, as these decisions usually come about as the person’s desire to further their education rather than something wrong with the workplace or their personal life.

“(Date of letter)

(Supervisor’s Name)

(Supervisor’s designation/rank)

(Company’s address)

Dear (Supervisor),

I am writing to inform you that I will be tendering my resignation from my employment as a (your position) in (company’s name). Therefore, I would like to give (the period of notice required) notice, effective from today’s date. My last day of employment in (company’s name) will be on (your last date).  

I am resigning from (company’s name) as I have decided to further pursue full-time studies to obtain my (name of educational certificate – Bachelors/Masters/PhD etc) in (subject you are planning to study) from (school’s name). While this was a difficult decision to make, I would like to obtain further education, which I believe would help me in my career progression in future.

I would like to thank you and the team for the unconditional support and guidance when I was in (company’s name). Being a (your position) at (company’s name) has exposed me to many opportunities and I have honed my (insert skill type) skills here. I believe that these skills will still be valuable to me when I am pursuing my further studies.

Please be reassured that I will assist you with the transition of my job and responsibilities to (your replacement’s name). Do let me know if there is any other help I can offer to make this a smooth process.

Once again, I would like to thank you for all your guidance and assistance during my stint in (company’s name). I hope to keep in touch in future. I wish (company’s name) and (your team/department name) all the best.

Regards,

(Your signature)

(Your name)

(Date of resignation)”

Resignation Letter for Further Studies Sample 2

In this resignation letter for further studies given below, the focus is on the time worked at the office and a brief mention of the person’s desire to go for further education. It talks about the good experience they have had and the things they have learned.

This is a good thing to do as many educational institutions usually put a high importance on recommendations that they receive from people’s work places, and a good recommendation letter can be quite crucial in that case.

“[Employer name]

[Employer address]

Subject: Resignation Letter

Dear [employer name]

It is submitted that I have been working under your kind supervision for ten years as a [Position] in [Workplace name]. During my working time period I have learnt a lot and spent good time with colleagues. As you have best knowledge among us, the present time in which there is competition everywhere you cannot survive and get progress in the absence of good qualification. Being a part of this era, I will have to enhance my qualification by completing a Masters Degree in the field which fascinates me. In this regard, I have a golden opportunity in my hands nowadays i.e. [educational opportunity].

Therefore, I tender my resignation to you and hope for its acceptance with the provision of experience certificate so that I could get another job after completing further studies.

An early action in this regard shall be highly appreciated.

Warm regards 

[Signature]

[Your name]

[Position]”

Resignation Letter due to further studies Sample 3

This resignation letter given below for further studies is for instances where the person is leaving the country for further studies

This letter is extremely brief and might be more applicable to people who may not have worked at their current job for too long and therefore have little to say about experiences and co-workers or other things.

It is polite and to-the-point, and there is nothing wrong with that.

“Respected [employer name]

My name is [your name] and I am a [position] in your [company type/name]. I’d like to bring to your notice that I recently applied for [name of educational qualification] abroad in an international university. I am very glad to inform you that they accepted my application and they have invited me to come to university for regular classes from the [Date/period]. Keeping in view my above mentioned reason sir you are requested to accept my resignation letter. You are also requested to issue me a recommendation letter so that I may apply for a job again after completion of my degree.

Keeping in view the above mentioned circumstances I hope that you will accept my resignation and issue me a good letter of recommendation along with an experience letter. I will be thankful to you for this favor. Thank you in advance.

Yours truly

[your name]”

Resignation Letter for Further Studies Sample 4

This next resignation letter for further studies is also quite brief, and talks mostly about the fact that the person is resigning and they are doing so to pursue a higher education.

It also covers all the necessary points about the person’s impending exit from the company, like pre-registration, however, this may be changed accordingly based on what your job regulations or rules are.

[Employer designation]

[Place of work]

[Address of office]

Subject: Resignation letter for further studies

Respected [employer name]

I am writing this letter to inform you about my resignation from [workplace] as a [position]. Kindly consider my letter also as a final pre- resignation notice to resign from the [company]. The reason for this resignation is higher studies. I also request you to issue my experience letter at the end of this notice month so that I get clearance from the bank to make my journey abroad to the concerned university. I respect and regard [company] as my mother institution, where I learnt a lot and acquired professional skills and career growth.

Thank you

Warm Regards

[Your name]

[your position]

Resignation letter due to further studies Sample 5

In this resignation letter due to further studies, the person is mostly brief and speaks mostly of the recommendation letter, the experience they have gained, and why they are leaving.

This type of letter may be used in just about any situation. It also talks about the dues, if there are any. It also indicates that the person may have informed their employer before they applied, which is always a good thing to do so that they may have more time to find a replacement and have a smoother transition period.

“To,

[Designation of addressee]

[Company Name]

Subject: Resignation from Services

Dear [Employer name]

This is to inform you that I have been working with your prestigious organization since [time joined] as a[position]. However, I have decided to enhance my skills by getting a professional degree in the same discipline for which I had applied and have been selected for the program which is to start in the coming month.

As part of the agreement I will be serving the one month notice period where my last working day with the company will be [date] I would like to thank all my colleagues and the management for providing me the opportunity to work in a healthy environment where I learnt a lot by working with the professional team.

Kindly settle my EOS dues accordingly and I would like to receive the job experience letter along with the dues.

Thanks.

Best Regards,

[Your name]

[Your position]”

Resignation Letter due to Further Studies Sample 6 

In this resignation letter due to further studies, the tone is more friendly and seems to imply that the person has worked there for some time. 

It also adopts a more conversational manner of writing and talks about the good experiences they have had and the knowledge gained, which is always a good thing to do.

“[employer name]

[employer designation]

[company name]

[company designation]

Subject: Resignation Letter Due to further studies

Dear [employer name]

It is submitted that I have been working under your kind supervision for [duration of time] as (Job Designation) in (Company/Institute/Service name). (Briefly describe in your own words). During my working time period I have learnt a lot and spent good time with colleagues. As you have best knowledge among us, the present time in which there is competition everywhere you cannot survive and get progress in the absence of good qualification. Being a part of this era, I will have to enhance my qualification by completing a Masters Degree (Degree name) in the field which fascinates me. In this regard, I have a golden opportunity in my hand’s nowadays i.e. scholarship in (University Name). (Describe all about your scholarship).

Therefore, I tender my resignation to you and hope for its acceptance with the provision of experience certificate so that I could get another job after completing further studies. (Explain your future plan regarding studies).

An early action in this regard shall be highly appreciated. Thank you!

Warm Regards,

[Your name]

[Your position]”

Conclusion

In this brief guide, we looked at some samples of resignation letters for further studies. Please feel free to reach out with any questions or comments you may have.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): Resignation Letter due to Further Studies

How do you write a resignation letter for further studies?

To write a resignation letter for further studies you may follow the following format:

My last day of employment in (Name of Workplace)  will be on (date). I am resigning from (workplace name) as I have decided to further pursue full-time studies to obtain my (Educational qualification applied for) in (subject) from (school’s name).

What is the best reason to resign?

The best reason to resign may be that you are looking for growth in your career or educational qualifications to further your career.

Moving up a level in your career is a common and generally well-accepted reason for leaving a job. 

Someone in this situation might try to say it like this, “I love my role and coworkers, but I’ve come to a point where there are no longer growth opportunities on my team.”

How do I write a short notice letter of resignation?

To write a short notice letter of resignation one may follow the following steps:

Try to inform your manager or boss before hand
Use a professional or business format
Mention your last date and the position you hold
Give appropriate reason for leaving and a brief explanation
Express that you are grateful for the experience and aspects of the job you enjoyed 
Sign, put your name down, and follow with your position

How do I write a reason for resignation?

To write the reason for resignation you may briefly mention why you are resigning, such as further studies, health and stress reasons, personal issues, etc. You can briefly describe the reason in a few sentences and mention that you are apologetic about the inconvenience and grateful for the opportunity that was given to you, and how much you enjoyed your work.

Can I tender my resignation by email?

Yes, you can tender your resignation by mail, but usually most people are of the opinion that resigning in person may be better than sending in a resignation letter by email or even by regular mail.

Other Sample resignation & Leave letters you may like

Below is a list of other sample resignation letters we have curated.

Remember, your health comes first and if you are feeling exhausted or work is simply stressing you out then taking a break doesn’t make you weak but strong.

Citations

https://www.careerride.com/view/sample-resignation-letter-to-carry-on-further-studies-11521.aspx

https://www.speedupcareer.com/articles/resignation-letter-template.html

Divya is currently a Clinical Psychology Trainee in a Master of Philosophy program and holds a Master’s in clinical psychology. She has a special interest in Personality studies and disorders, having researched the subject before, and Neuropsychology; with an additional interest being Mood disorders. She likes to write about Psychiatric issues, having worked in multiple specialty setups during her time as a clinical psychology student, and in her free time she likes to cook and read.

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