This article is for those who have had or are having problems with applying for admission abroad. Such problems include getting your applications rejected or not knowing the right steps to follow when applying for admission. This article will help in providing solutions to such problems.
REASONS WHY SCHOOLS REJECT SOME STUDENT’S APPLICATION
Many students apply for admission from different schools but have their applications denied and rejected. This does not mean that the school does not want them or they are not needed, on the contrary it means the applicants have not met the least requirement needed to study the course.
Other reasons include:
SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS ARE NOT COMPLETE
Documents attached to your application are very important as they are used by the admission office to assess the applicant and decide whether to offer the admission or not as without them you cannot be offered admission. The documents include results, transcripts, toefl results, and reference letters.
POORLY WRITTEN STATEMENT OF PURPOSE/ESSAY
This is written to show who you are, what you have achieved and accomplished as well as your plans when studying. This helps give the school an idea of the kind of person you are and if you are able and ready to study your chosen course. Therefore it must be well written and easy to comprehend otherwise it can be used to deny applicants admission.
SENDING YOUR APPLICATION LATE, AFTER THE ADMISSION DEADLINE
An error some people make is sending their applications after the deadline. All universities have deadline. For those that resume September/October depending on the school and course chosen, deadline is around June and August. It is important that applications are sent in early because applications after the deadline are hardly considered. Also it helps you receive your acceptance letter on time which you can use to begin applying for your visa.
HOW TO APPLY FOR ADMISSION
Methods of application are usually online or in some cases it can be paper application.
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