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What students’ qualities are required for a successful candidate and what are institutions looking for in your personal statement
WEBINAR

What students’ qualities are required for a successful candidate and what are institutions looking for in your personal statement

UK institutions look for a set of academic and soft skills and also motivation of students when they asses applications. In order to succeed, you will need to plan and prepare your application well in advance to meet the entry criteria. Your personal statement should show who you are and demonstrate that your skills, experience and aspirations are suited to the course of your choice. Join this webinar to find out what qualities you need to succeed and how to write a stand-out statement.

What students’ qualities are required for a successful candidate and what are institutions looking for in your personal statement
Speakers
Jake Longley, International Student Recruitment Officer, Goldsmiths University of London.
Jake Longley, International Student Recruitment Officer, Goldsmiths University of London.
Jake Longley is an International Student Recruitment Officer at Goldsmiths University of London and is responsible for helping students from Turkey and the MENA region to come and study at the university. Jake is available to answer your questions about life at the university, in London, or anything and everything else, and looks forward to welcoming you at the university soon!
Lorna Morris, Student Recruitment Regional Manager, University of Warwick.
Lorna Morris, Student Recruitment Regional Manager, University of Warwick.
Lorna has worked at the University of Warwick since 2014 in International Student Recruitment covering several different world regions including Europe, the Middle East and The Americas. Her role includes liaison with many school counsellors in different countries, attending a wide range of different types of school events.
Aly Stewart, International Recruitment Manager, The University of Edinburgh.
Aly Stewart, International Recruitment Manager, The University of Edinburgh.
Aly Stewart is the International Recruitment Manager at the University of Edinburgh and currently looks after recruitment from North America, the Middle East and Africa. She has been in the field of international education for more than 9 years and has worked across a range of institutions after earning her Bachelor’s Degree at San Diego State University and her MSc Degree at Edinburgh Napier University in Scotland. Working across different regional markets and in leadership roles across the Scottish higher education sector, her passion and expertise are in working with students to achieve their international education goals and lobbying for enhanced support of international students in Scotland.