How to Apply in 5 Simple Steps
Many people dream of getting a further education degree in the United Kingdom. However, this process can be rather tricky if you aren't sure how to navigate the application process and all the other requirements you need to meet. Below, we have a comprehensive guide with the main steps you need to take in order to apply for a university in the UK.
1. Provide your High School or Educational Certificate
Please note, the certificate must be original. Some documents may require a formally certified translation.
2. Provide Proof of your Identity
Passport or ID must be valid for at least 6 months from the application. If the applicant's name on their ID and Educational Certificate is different, they must provide evidence of their connection, such as a Marriage Certificate.
3. Send us your Resume
Your up-to-date CV must include academic and work experience for at least 5 years with no gaps in your history. Presenting an excellent resume would improve your chances to be admitted to a university or college. The CV is the first impression that an applicant gets to make to an admission team, which is why it is so important to get it right!
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4. Write a Personal Statement
Your personal statement is your chance to describe the ambitions, skills, and experiences that make you a suitable candidate for a university. Try the UCAS Personal Statement Tool to get you thinking about what to include.
See an example below:
Still unsure about how to write your personal statement? Don’t worry, many prospective students struggle with writing the ideal statement.
The tips on the slides below can help you: