I'm currently working on my application to the Foundation in Art & Design course at University of the Arts London. I think this will be my final thread with questions about this application - I have just this last question.
My application form has to be sent directly to the college itself, by snail mail. I filled it out with pen, but I am not sure what I will do with the "Personal Statement"-box. My handwriting is neat enough to write it with pen, though I think it would be easier to read if I print my personal statement and attach it on a seperate sheet (with a note in the personal statement-box that they can find it in the attachments). I am, however, not sure whether that is an acceptable way of doing things.
My reference box will be empty too: my school delivered a reference letter on a seperate sheet so I can only but attach it seperately.
So what do you think? Write the personal statement by hand, or attach it on a seperate sheet? Thanks a lot!
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Personal statement as seperate attachment (handwritten form) watch
- Thread Starter
- 14-01-2010 11:34
- PS Reviewer
- 14-01-2010 11:38
I would just attach it seperately