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Why must you write a Statement of Purpose?
Most of the graduate colleges and universities
require an applicant to submit a written statement of purpose as part of
the admissions application process. This statement gives you the
opportunity to introduce yourself to the admissions committee,
explain why you want to pursue the degree program, and discuss your
career goals. It is reviewed alongside the other components of your
application. Some programs have specific guidelines for the
statement of purpose. Those can be found in on the website of the
college or university or in their application guide.
Here are some tips for writing a good statement of
purpose for admission to Colleges or Universities:
Before you begin, first visit the website of the
proposed college or university and some review websites to know all
about different colleges or universities and the study programs
offered by them. Look out for the institutions offering the exact
course targeted by you. Make sure you have a good grasp of the
program that youíre applying to, including its course modules and
Take your time in thinking about what you want to
communicate, like you would for an exam paper. Donít be afraid to
compose multiple drafts in order to get it right. Aim to strike a
somewhat formal tone, but also help the admissions committee get to
know the person behind the transcripts and letters of
recommendation. Talk about what led you to want to pursue
graduate-level study, why you are interested in the program, and why
you specifically want to attend the particular college/university.
Discuss how you think you are a good fit for the program, and how it
will help you to achieve your future career plans. Donít forget to
mention your related academic, professional, and personal
A statement of purpose should be dynamic and
interesting. The goal is to stand out within the pool of applicants.
Highlight the experiences and attributes that developed your all
round personality and how they make you are the right candidate for
the program of studies that you intend to pursue.
Keep the length of the SOP to between two and
three double-spaced typed pages, or about 500-800 words. Make sure
that your Statement of Purpose is well formatted and error free. Do
check that the text in the SOP is 100% plagiarism free. None of the
colleges and universities tolerate plagiarized content, therefore do
not copy from someone else's work, especially from the internet.
Finally, proofread your work carefully, to check
for typos and solicit feedback from a trusted colleague or mentor
for maximum impact. After you are ready with your SOP do show it to
your peers, professors, close friends and relatives too and ask them
for their opinion and ideas. Donít wait until the last minute! Get
started early to leave yourself enough time to craft a strong
statement. Good luck writing your statement of purpose!
How to write a good statement of purpose while applying for a
First of all you need to understand that a a
student visa Sop is intended for the immigration authorities of the
country that you are applying to for college or university
admission. Unlike an SOP for college or university admission, a Visa
SOP must satisfy the immigration council that you are a genuine
student whose sole intention is to visit the country is for pursuing
studies and not at all for any other purpose whatsoever. If the
authorities even get the slightest hint of your ulterior intentions,
they will not hesitate to reject your Visa application.
Check out these tips for writing a Student
Visa SOP for Master's Programs abroad:
1. Offer Letter: Once you have received your
offer letter from the concerned college or university you must go
through it carefully. Ensure that you have been accepted for
admission to the right program i.e. the same program to which you
applied for admission. Read the conditions of the offer for
admission and also the instructions in the offer letter and ensure
compliance to the conditions laid down and act according to the
instructions given therein, including payment of fees etc.
2. Introduction: This is the first and foremost paragraph of your
student visa SOP. Introduce yourself (briefly mention your name and
your city and country of origin). Then specify your intention to
pursue the study program (write the name of the study program
exactly as mentioned in the offer letter). Also mention the duration
of study, campus location and the name of the college/university.
3. Family Background: Introduce each of your family members,
one-by-one. Mention also how you are related to each one of them.
You must also mention the occupation of each of your family members.
4. Academic and professional background: In this section begin with
why you have chosen this particular field of study and your source
of inspiration. Mention all about your studies, subjects that you
liked, your achievements etc. while studying in the 10th and 12th
grades. Mention about the study program that you chose for your
undergraduate studies, why you chose this specific field and and
what did you intend to learn from it. List all your subjects related
to your undergraduate studies and what knowledge and skills you have
gained from them that have given you a foundation to pursue higher
studies in the field that you have chosen. You must elaborate upon
what you learned from your projects, internships, trainings,
seminars and workshops. Write about any additional courses that you
have pursued outside the classroom and the skills and knowledge that
you have gained from them. It would be wise to include all the clubs
and groups that you were a member of and also your involvement in
leadership, organizational, extra curricular and social activities.
Most importantly you must list all the prizes and awards that you
received in school and college and the connected achievement that
you received each award for.
On the professional front, you must elaborate on each of your job
experiences, including on-the-job training received and the skills
and knowledge gained by you related to your field of studies. Do not
forget to list all your promotions, awards, honours and achievements
related to each job.
5. Gap explanation: Include genuine reasons for gaps that you may
have had during studies and employment periods and how you utilized
your time to improve your skills and knowledge during this time.
Include any additional trainings and courses that you may have
undergone related to your field of studies.
6. Reasons for not choosing you home country for higher studies: You
must mention about the study opportunities available in your field
to pursue higher studies and be very diplomatic and give valid and
practical reasons for not choosing the colleges and universities
available in your home country.
7. Reason for choosing a particular country for higher studies: Here
you out to mention about your research on the various study
opportunities available in colleges and universities located in
various developed countries like USA, Canada, UK, France, Germany,
Australia, New Zealand etc. How are the study programs related to
your field in the targeted country of your choice superior to the
ones available in your own country. Write about the multi cultural
international atmosphere, climatic conditions, standard of living
that you like about your country of choice.
8. Reasons for choosing a particular college or university: Before
you attempt to write about your targeted college or university, be
sure to do a thorough research on the institution's website. Get to
know everything about the rankings, accreditation, awards, honours,
campus location, courses offered, study facilities, research
opportunities, faculty, scholarships offered, student support, extra
curricular activities etc. Be specific and do not over exaggerate
about the college or university.
9. Reasons for choosing the particular program of studies: Mention
about the course structure, core courses, electives, your research
interests and what exactly you like about the course, return on
investment and how will the course will help you to achieve your
short term and long term goals.
10. Finance & Sponsor's details: Here you must provide the financial
details about your sponsor or sponsors that must give a clear
picture about your funding sources, finances available to take care
of your expenditure for studies, insurance, living expenses, books,
stationary and other expenses. Include the details of fees paid by
you, annual income of your sponsor from all sources, savings and
value of all assets.
11. Your Future plans: Include your short term and long term goals
after completion of the course. Specify about the exact jobs that
you hope to acquire, your targeted companies, salary expected after
completion of the course. You must also mention about your long term
goals, ten years down the line.