Once you decide about the country from which you want to pursue your higher education, you might be little perplexed as to how to start and where to look for the source for preparing the prefect documents. Getting admission in the universities abroad depends on many factors, such as your academic percentage, scores of GRE and TOEFL , Statement Of Purpose (SOP), Recommendation letters and your resume.
Once you receive the application form, scrutinize all the admission requirements and financial requirements. The application forms usually ask for personal information, your certified mark sheets or transcripts, your admission test scores, certificates of extra curricular activities, letters of reference from your teachers, about your education plan-i.e. your course of study, carrier goals and research plan and why you chose this particular school etc.
Your recommendation letters and statement of purpose play major play major role in your admission. Explore the index of documents to be produced for an application for admission in the universities abroad.
Documents to be submitted to the university/college you wish to apply to:-
Note this is a general guideline of what is required for most college/university applications. Please check with your BharatStudent counselor for more specific directions.
University/College Application form
In some cases, you may have to submit more than one application form, for example, you may have to submit a general application, as well as a scholarship/assistantship application and a departmental application.
For Undergraduate programs: You are required to submit a secondary school report and report cards of your final exams. The report form should be filled out by a school official and should provide your ranking in the class. The school report should talk about your accomplishments and provide a prediction of your chances for success in university-level studies.If possible, ask your school to include a guide to the grading standards used in your educational system and your school. If your school ranks students by their level of academic achievement, make certain that the ranking is included with the other details. Also send the school / junior college leaving certificate as and when it is available. If the transcripts are in a language other than English, then it must be translated into English only by the issuing authority otherwise it may not be acceptable.
For graduate level programs: Students are required to submit an official transcript from each college or university that they have attended after secondary school with complete details of the subjects/credits involved (for each year). Most universities ask for the transcript to be sealed in an envelope and signed and attested across the seal by the registrar. This procedure is to be done for each and every college that you have attended. Some universities may ask for more than one copy of the transcript.If the transcripts are in a language other than English, they must be translated into English only by the issuing authority or university.