Going abroad to study is not as difficult as it seems, you only need to be well prepared; and that is exactly what this article does. There are three important documents that you’ll need to submit if you are thinking of studying abroad.
While applying for further studies, jobs, grants, whatsoever, you will be required to submit an Academic CV.
An academic CV focuses on just your academic experience and accomplishments.
You should keep in mind that your academic CV should be tailored to suit each position you apply for. You should prioritize the accomplishments that are most important to the intuition/position you are applying for.
Statement of Purpose
The Statement of Purpose is the single most important part of your application. Just like the name implies, this document will tell the admissions committee who you are, what has influenced your career path so far, your professional interests and where you plan to go from there.
This is basically your chance to talk directly to the admissions committee. There are so many other qualified candidates, so this is your chance to sell yourself, and make yourself stand out from the others. A statement of purpose should be between 500 and 1,000 words.
A study plan is a summary of the subject requirements of your course and indicates when planned subjects should be studied. It indicates the subjects you have completed; are currently enrolled in; plan to study in the future; and those for which you have been granted advanced standing (credit for previous studies).
For those applying to Universities in China, this document will come in handy in the course of your application.
Here are some of the points you will address when writing your study Plan.
1. Why did you choose to study abroad in your accepted program?
2. What is your utmost educational objective?
3. Why are you not undertaking a similar course in your home country?
4. Have done research about studies in your country?
5. Will the program you interested in enhancing employment opportunities in your home country?
6. What ties you to your country?
These are some of the documents you need to prepare while planning for further studies.