1.Why you are applying- your ambitions and what
interests you about the subject,course providers
and H igher education.
2. What makes you suitable- any relevant skills,
experience or achievements gained from education,
work or other activities.
3. Why you wantto study in the UK
4. Your English language skills and any English cou
rses or tests you've taken
5. Why you want to be an international student rath
er than study in your own country
1.You will need to submit a personal statement of
around 500 words,outlining your academic history
and relevant experience.
2 .You should also use your personal statement to 。
utline your motivation for your chosen area of stu
dy.Try to answer questions such as:
iWhyareyou interested in studyingatEdinburgh?
Whyhaveyou chosen thisparticularprogramme?
Whatareyour career plans.and howwi lyourstu
dies support hese?
3. If you have any other relevant experience,for e
xample paid or voluntary workexperience or additi
onal qualifications not stated elsewhere,then ple
ase include this information in your personal stat
ement,or you can add it to the "Relevant knowled
ge/training skills" field in the application form
you should write a tailored personal statement for
each of your applications.This enables you to re
fer to the specific programme you are applying for
and to highlight how your academic background and
skills make you suitable for this particular prog