Tip 1: How to write a resume without work experience
Even if you never worked, you have probably had practice at the University. Even if it was just introductory, and you basically watched what was done by the employees of the company or institution and tried not to interfere, however, it was your first experience with a selected specialty. It should reflect in the section "Professional experience." Try in enough detail (but without overloading the summary details and not making it multi-page) to reflect that you have acquired during the course of this practice.
If you practice that really helped you to acquire important skills, then they should be reflected in summary in the section "Key skills". Will be very good if in the description of the practice itself you will talk about what projects you worked, what results they have achieved. This is very important, because many employers value is the ability to work and achieve their goals.
Think about what items from those that you are studying, especially useful to you in your future work. Make your resume focus on their study. For example, if you want to get a job as a paralegal in a company that specialises in corporate disputes, the employer will draw the note in the summary about what you studied the course "Corporate law". It needs to be specified in the section "Education".
Work almost in any field now requires knowledge of a foreign language, at least the most basic. So, if you know English, I studied it in school or University be advantageous to specify this. Double advantage will give the existence of an international degree or study abroad.
To make a good, a good summary is very important, but do not forget about the other. Companies get so many resumes as from students and graduates with work experience and young professionals with experience. Sometimes you may simply not have time to consider all resumes received, to respond to the applicants. It is therefore very important to be active is to apply to summary well-composed cover letter, call the company a few days after sending the resume and to find out whether it has been received and reviewed.