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Who should I get my References from
Who should I get my References from
Who should I get my References from?
16 February 17

The Letters of Reference (LoR) are the third-party validation of your self-declaration in the application to any university. These letters help the evaluator look at your application from a different perspective. Therefore, it makes sense to get your LoRs written from people who have known you closely, be it a supervisor, a peer or professor or project guide.

Different Sections of the SOP (Article 2 of 3)
Different Sections of the SOP (Article 2 of 3)
Different Sections of the SOP (Article 2 of 3)
18 January 17

Create the Story Board

Think of your story board as the pivots from which your SOP would hang. Ideally, you should not have more than 5 pivots/ themes.

Before You Apply to Universities
Before You Apply to Universities
Before You Apply
01 January 17

Applying to an international university is a big decision.

Not only is it about the expense but also the experience that can easily swing from being great to harrowing, if not thought through properly. Knowing more about your

Bucket-List---University--Programs
Bucket-List---University--Programs
Prepare a Bucket List of Programs
11 April 17

Choosing the right University/Course combination which fits well with your skills and interests, has the right brand value and eventually leads to a great job are the most important factors before you start writing your college-application.

Structuring the SOP
Structuring the SOP
Structuring the SOP
15 January 17

The Statement of Purpose (SoP) is the most important document in your application. It is the one place that allows you to convince the evaluator that you are worth a place in the course. Also remember, that each evaluator has seen hundreds of SoPs. Therefore, think of it as an opportunity to give a monologue (!) to someone who is interested but

SOP
SOP
SoP
01 January 17

The Statement of Purpose (SoP) is a document that is used by the admission officers/application evaluators to assess the clarity of thought of the applicant. While it is difficult to predict the direction one’s career might take after a particular educational program, the SoP gives an insight into the expectations the applicant has from the program.