Hi .. Does one need to mention all qualifications on their application or if minimum entry requirement is met , it doesn't matter the number of added degrees or qualifications one has ?hence when minimum entry requirement is met , is it ok to not mention other degrees or diplomas or one has to compulsorily mention them ?
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- 18-05-2013 09:40
- 18-05-2013 10:18
It depends what the university application system asks for. Each has its own system - some may want full disclosure, some may not.
On my Masters application I had to list all my A Levels and results, as well as my anticipated undergraduate degree result (I applied during my third year). If I remember correctly (it was over two years ago now), there was a specific question about whether I had an equivalent or higher qualification to the one for which I was applying, and the section asked for details. It did also have a catch-all "Other Qualifications" section towards the end, under which I would have expected to add a previous degree or professional qualifications if they hadn't been requested earlier in the form.
- 22-05-2013 18:37
If the application form has space for everything, then put it down (i.e. all your degrees - if this is for a PhD then don't bother with A-level results unless they are specifically asked for).
Meeting the minimum requirement does not mean automatic entry, it just means that they won't toss your application on the first cut - put everything on the form/in the statement that will keep your application in the pile until the end.
- 22-05-2013 19:14
The majority of my friends and I attend engineering M.Scs at Imperial and UCL. None of us listed our A level results as far as I'm aware (I didn't at least).