Education, qualifications and courses attended. All relevant qualifications and training should be listed on your CV. They should be listed in reverse chronological order. You should include the qualification or name of the course along with the educational establishment and the grade achieved if relevant. The dates of the course are. If you are currently studying for a degree then you can put “still studying” in brackets or “to date” depending on whether you are using dates or not. If you started and then stopped a degree you can still put it on your CV with a brief explanation as to why you stopped. Education is important even if you do not have a degree. Employers and Recruiters like to see some academic achievement. It can demonstrate your ability and aptitude to learn new skills.