In the UK this should go on the right-hand side just below where the company's address ends.
In the US it should go on the left-hand side between the addresses.
Remember to adapt the format of the date for the country you're applying to.
(Don't forget the comma, which avoids confusion by separating the two numbers.) 6 September 2019.
Business letters in English should follow a set format, one that is slightly different in the UK and the US. On a British letter, this should go on the right-hand side; on an American letter, it should go on the left. Try to choose just one address, and make sure you check it regularly.
If you put both, specify (with 'home' and 'mobile') which is which, since people in other countries won't recognize that an '06' number is a mobile number. A university or work email looks more serious than a yahoo or hotmail one (especially if you've used a nickname like '[email protected]' or '[email protected]').
No pictures, no Comic Sans, and definitely no word art necessary.
Aside from ensuring its written using clear paragraphs – it also should be the right length.
The company letterhead address usually appears in the one-line style following the format given below: [Street number] [Street name] [Street type], [City or town], [Provincial abbreviation] [two spaces] [Postal code with a single space in the middle] Example: 1385 Woodroffe Avenue, Ottawa, ON K2G 1V8 See §7.1.3 below for more on address styles.
The letterhead also includes other contact information such as phone and fax numbers, as well as the company web address.