How to Apply to a UK University
Applying to international universities with our company is fast and simple. We can help you choose from thousands of courses and hundreds of universities, colleges, and language schools located all over the world with our advisor support.
Here is how the process of joining a international university:
First meeting:Our expert consultants will explain the process of applying to a university and discuss your study and career goals.
Choose your universities:Your personal consultant will assess your academic background and suggest three universities where you will be able to secure offers.
Create your application:Our consultants will review your personal statement, CV, reference letters and application forms.then they will give you the comments to change in case is applicable and they will check all your documents to completed application form to three universities.
Receive your offer:You will receive conditional or unconditional offers, and we will assist you in accepting the right offer with details on how to pay your initial deposit.
Secure your visa:Our Student Visa Service can help you obtain your student visa.
How to write a personal statement
Course tutors read personal statements to compare different applicants – so this is where you should describe your ambitions, skills and experience that will make you suitable for the course
For planning your personal statement.There’s no definite formula to follow – just take your time and follow these guidelines. Structure your info to reflect the skills and qualities the universities and colleges value most. Write in an enthusiastic, concise and natural style – nothing too complex. Try to stand out, but be careful with humour, quotes or anything unusual – just in case the admissions tutor doesn’t have the same sense of humour as you.
Proofread aloud and get your teachers, advisers and family to check – then redraft until you’re happy with it and the grammar, spelling and punctuation are correct.
Course descriptions mention the qualities, skills and experience it’s useful to have for each subject – take note of these to help you decide what to write about.
Remember it’s the same personal statement for all the courses you apply to, so avoid mentioning unis and colleges by name. Most students choose similar subjects, but if you’ve chosen a variety, just write about common themes – like problem solving or creativity.
five of the most frequently asked questions about personal statements, answered by admissions staff from unis and colleges
This tool will help you think about what to include in your personal statement, and how to structure it. It also counts how many characters you’ve used, so it’s easy to see when you’re close to that 4,000 character limit.
UCAS Personal Statement Info Here