It’s good to know that there is an Educations version of doctorjob.com lol. It’s my first time on this site,
I am an Accounting and Finance student at the University of Kent and am currently applying to Warwick’s MSc Finance course. This is the first MSc application I am filling out (have been working on applying for jobs on the side) and I have a couple of questions in this regards:
1. One of the questions on the application form is “Explain your purpose of Study.” In 4600 characters. I feel that perhaps this is not exactly the same (although similar) as a personal statement. For this question, I have written about why I am interested in the course in general and in certain modules in particular, what my career objectives are and how they link to me applying for the program. I have written about 3200 characters so I was wondering if in this context anyone feels I should write anything else as I can’t think of anything
2. On the application form, it states that I am “allowed to upload one document in support of your application”. I was confused about what this one document is meant to be so I called the University and was connected to this lady who although very helpful was a bit confusing; she said that the document could be anything but most students upload study plans………In this regard, I have not idea how to write a study plan so I thought I should ask you guys the following:
a. Should I upload a study plan
i. If yes, any tips on how I go about writing it
ii. If no, any suggestions on what I should upload…maybe my C.V.
I would sincerely appreciate any response to my queries.
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- Thread Starter
- 13-11-2005 14:22
(Original post by HarvardBound)
- 15-11-2005 11:03
1. One of the questions on the application form is “Explain your purpose of Study.” In 4600 characters. I feel that perhaps this is not exactly the same (although similar) as a personal statement.
2. On the application form, it states that I am “allowed to upload one document in support of your application”.
what exactly is a study plan? i'm really not aware of that...and for now, i've uploaded a resume. I'd be glad if you can tell me this!
and also, how do we know that they consider our gmat score?? when i mailed, she replied that i just have to include a copy of the gmat score report..and they'll use it..
can we upload the gmat score card in that place of that document?