It is important to have all the information regarding your course, institution, Visa, etc., before travelling abroad. IDP Education offers free one-on-one counselling for studying abroad, for students and their parents. You can get all your queries answered regarding admissions, upcoming intakes, best courses, and universities, scholarships, post-study work rights and the Visa process, by the experts in this industry.
All International Education Specialists at IDP are professionally certified and helps in your profile evaluation, so you can identify and apply for the best-suited institution and course. In fact, IDP also guides students on how to write an impactful Statement of Purpose and Letter of Recommendation to better your chance of getting through over others.
Statement of Purpose (SOP)
Universities abroad require you to submit an application with a statement that articulates your career path and goals. This helps them in evaluating the right candidate for the courses offered by them.
What is an SOP?
A Statement of Purpose (SOP), also known as a Research Statement or a Letter of Intent, is written to the admission panel and states the candidates career path, interest, professional contributions, goals and the driving force behind pursuing a particular programme. This is usually submitted in the form of an essay, however, certain universities may also keep it question-based. It is the most integral part of your application that decides your admission into your preferred institution.
Purpose of a SOP:
The SOP is the decision-maker of your application. It helps the admission committee assess your take on life, your career goals, beliefs, subject knowledge, and your vision. In short, a well-written SOP paints your overall personality, for the universities to examine your overall approach. It is an opportunity to pitch your purpose to the committee and reasons why they should choose you over other applicants.
What is a Letter of Recommendation?
You may have heard a lot about the Letter of Recommendation, while applying for various universities. But what is it? Just as the name says, a Letter of Recommendation is a letter that recommends a student, employee, colleague or a co-worker. It is also called as a Letter of Reference or LOR in short. When issued to a student, this letter helps the admission committee to get an in-depth understanding about the applicant and their vision. Needless to say, this is a great tool to showcase the positives and most impactful information about the applicant, from the perspective of the supervisor/mentor/superior/guide/faculty.
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