Supporting documents are an essential part of your eligibility to study in Ireland. Admissions officers carefully review academic transcripts, language proficiency test results, personal statements, letters of recommendation, and other required documents to evaluate the qualifications, achievements, and potential of applicants.
Accurate and complete documentation is vital to ensure that the admissions committee is able to make a decision on your application smoothly. If you are visiting SI-Ireland for your free consultation, use this checklist to ensure you bring along all your documents so we can make the most of your appointment.
A personal statement is required when applying to Irish universities. In it, students are tasked with writing about what they hope to do on the course, what they hope to do after the course and why they are applying.
References are usually written by someone who knows you academically or professionally. Most references will talk about you from a teacher's or supervisor's perspective: the way in which you interact with other students and your performance in classes and seminars.
Your reference does not have to be academic, but an academic reference is expected if you're studying or have recently completed school or college. Choosing the right referee is crucial for your university application. Things to consider:
If you are unsure about what documents you need to successfully apply to an Irish university, arrange a free consultation today.
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