Many students are at a loss when it comes to writing an international business personal statement. Indeed, it’s not just would-be students of international business courses who don’t know how to even begin to write a personal statement. It can be difficult to strike the right note when writing about your aspirations, dreams and hopes. You don’t want to sound over-confident, but you do have to sell yourself to the university you are applying to. You also have to be specific and not over-generalise what you wish to achieve.
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When you have decided which universities offer international business courses, and to do this, you will have to read through a number of prospectuses, you will need to tailor your personal statement to the specific questions asked by the international business department. You can’t simply use the same personal statement for all applications. Different universities have different requirements when it comes to personal statements. You need to analyse the questions asked and address them.
Sometimes there aren’t any questions to answer, and you are simply asked to write a personal statement. This gives you more freedom to write about yourself.
When you write your personal statement, remember that there is a word limit, which is usually about 47 lines long. You are not writing a book, but you do need to include as much relevant information as you can. You need to be precise.
Before you sit down to write your personal statement, there are several questions that you need to think about.
Here are some hints regarding answers to the above questions:
Your personal statement should say a lot about you and your suitability for the course you are applying for. If you are asked to attend an interview, you should sell yourself in the best possible way.
It is always possible that you will be feeling stressed, or under par on the day of your examination. If your grades are not up to those required, your personal statement could rescue you, and you might be offered a place on the course regardless of them. If your statement shows commitment and a lot of enthusiasm, your chosen international business department might still accept you.
If you are invited to attend an interview, read your personal statement carefully, so that there are no discrepancies between it and what you say in the interview.
Before attending an interview be sure that the course on offer is precisely the one you want to do. If, on reflection, you think that it is not really the one you want, decline the interview and give your reasons. That way no one’s valuable time is wasted.
Don’t be in too much of a hurry to finish your personal statement. Be prepared to write several drafts. These can be much longer than required, but finally you will have to produce a précis of the penultimate draft. Keep going over the statement and make improvements to it until you are completely satisfied that it is a true reflection your abilities, personal qualities and of your strength that are relevant to the course you are applying for. It is always a good idea to show your statement to your tutors or teachers and ask them for help and guidance. They should be only too happy to be of assistance. Teachers always want their students to do well. Their achievements reflect on the teachers and the quality of their teaching.
If, even after this helpful advice, you are still concerned about your ability to write your personal statement, don’t despair. Contact us and avail yourself of our services. This is not cheating, as if we supply you with one personal statement, you can use it as a model and tailor it to suit your other applications, to different international business departments. Of course, we would be happy to supply you with other personal statements. The model statement will give you some useful vocabulary and demonstrate how to put one together in a logical way. With a model personal statement to guide you, we are sure you will be more confident when you write your own. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you think that you would benefit from our professional help.
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