How to Make Your University Application Impressive

How to Make Your University Application Impressive

The university application process can be a huge source of stress for graduating high school students, as many of them already have their ideal, "dream" university choices picked out. In order to get accepted into these universities, students should ensure that they make their application one that will impress university application panels. By being prepared for the steps of: before, during, and after the application process; students can alleviate stress and increase the chances for university acceptance.

Quick Overview:
How To Make Your University Application Impressive
Before You Begin
- YCIS & the University Guidance Programme
- Teams, Associations & Clubs
- Volunteering & Work Experience
During the Application Process
- Needed
- Possible Requirements
After You're Finished
- Waiting?
- Accepted?

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YCIS Shanghai

October 12, 2013
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  1. How to Make Your University Application Impressive With YCIS Shanghai

  2. Academics Top 3 universities you want to attend Degrees they

    offer Specific requirements for the school and the degree It is important to research:
  3. Get involved in a club that is related to your

    future goals Start your own association or organisation Play on a sports team and show your dedication Help around the community Get a job that shows your passion for the degree subject you are applying for Show dedication and enthusiasm, whether you are volunteering or working Extracurricular
  4. • Fill out your application honestly and passionately • Finish

    early if possible, as it shows enthusiasm and motivation "Check Mark. Success" by cooldesign "Advice Definition Magnifier" by Stuart Miles
  5. YCIS Guidance Programme Ensures students begin the application consideration process

    early Provides students with a Guidance Counsellor who is in charged with helping foster students’ skills, abilities, and interests The Counsellor will help students complete and ensure an impressive application is created "Training" by ddpavumba
  6. Required: GPA (US and Canada) Exam scores/grades or predicted results

    SAT, ACT, UCAS Tariff Points, A Levels, International Baccalaureate Personal Statement Basic Subject Completion Possibly Needed: Resume English Proficiency Exam Art Portfolio Specific Subject Completion "Right Sign" by digitalart
  7. Qualities Universities Focus On YCIS curriculum includes character formulation to

    promote these qualities Personal Growth Community Service Leadership
  8. EA Programme Standard Timetable Early- Action (EA) Programme "Priority Stamp

    " by digitalart
  9. Waiting? Make Sure that you have sent your official transcripts

    and reports Keep track of the university’s important events and dates An interview might be necessary before acceptance "Perfect 3d Checkmark" by David Castillo Dominici
  10. Accepted? Make sure the acceptance is official • Usually mailed

    to your home address You might need to respond with a clear • YES or NO Get everything prepared for your new adventure • Visa application, housing arrangements, transportation etc. "Approved Stamp" by Stuart Miles
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