Study Abroad 2023: If you want to apply to school abroad. Take this advice, it will give you leverage.
Study abroad 2023:If you want to apply to school abroad. Take this advice, it will give you leverage.
The process of learning the dynamics, remarks, and strategies of how graduate schools use to admit international students, especially Africans.
You can get good GPA and still be rejected.
We believed these are important things you can take into consideration;
1. You need to get good recommendations and Resume. If you have strong recommendations from your lecturers and Department heads, it is a plus. Don’t forget that you’re not the only person who want to be admitted. They review applications all over the world.
2. You need to engage in other extra activities such as community activities, volunteerism, skills training, mentorship programs, leadership, and seminars. It is very important. It gives you leverage. It add value to your CV/resume.
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3. Don’t forget to also make good use of your social media platforms. It is very key to your application. Sometimes, you need to challenge them to trace your media platforms to see if you fit the best candidate. Build your linkindln account. It is quite a professional platform.
4. Most people do not know how to structure emails. Sometimes these graduate schools can detect your communication skills and knowledge through your emails. let it be concise. Go straight to the point. Don’t use big vocabulary, let it be simple. It is more advisable to use “Dear” Dr./Professor than to use “Hi”.
5. Know how to write excellent emails. Sometimes, the graduate coordinators can use the nature of how you write your emails to know your intellect and the level of your thinking through your communication and interpersonal skills. They sometimes believe that your transcript can be manipulated so the only thing they can know you is through your email writings.
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6. Be prayerful. Favour counts
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