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ملزومات SOP : انگلستانسلب مسئولیت: این فهرست تنها به عنوان نمونه و راهنمایی ارائه شده است. برای اطلاعات دقیق از شرایط و دستورالعمل نگارش بیانیه هدف (SOP) دانشگاه مورد نظرتان، به سایت آن دانشگاه مراجعه فرمائید.


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Birmingham University Graduate Application
Personal statement.
Personal statement, approximately one side of A4 in length, explaining why you are interested in studying on your chosen programme. Please include additional information you consider relevant to your application (eg. why you are interested in the programme and the University of Birmingham, plus relevant skills and experience).
References.
To the Referee:
Two academic references (or if appropriate to the programme applied for, one could be from your employer).
Please write the reference in the space provided or submit it on official headed paper and attach to this form. It would be helpful if you could include in your reference the following information:
Length of time and capacity in which you have known the applicant.
Applicant’s qualifications, level of performance and results (or expected results).
If possible, please indicate the applicant’s overall ranking in class compared to other students following the same degree programme.
Your assessment of the applicant’s potential or suitability to undertake the programme applied for.
The applicant’s motivation and intellectual capacity.
If the applicant is/was employed by your organisation, their duties and standard of work.
If the applicant’s first language is not English, whether you consider his/her ability to read, write, speak and comprehend English adequate for the programme applied for.
Any other information you think relevant and which you feel would assist the University in making its decision.
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Bradford University Graduate Application
Personal statement.
Please give details of any other experience/information which you consider relevant to this application and a statement explaining why you feel qualified to study for the degree and how you expect to benefit from it (continue on a separate sheet if necessary).
References.
Give the names, addresses and status of two referees (at least one whom should be from the institution from which you obtained your academic qualifications) who can comment on your ability and capability for advanced study.
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Bristol University Graduate Application
Personal statement.
Please use this section to explain the reasons for your choice of university, why you think you are a suitable candidate for your chosen programme of study and how your choice of research fits with your future career plans.
Please use this section to describe the reasons for your choice of research project and why this is important to you. Please also explain the reasons for your choice of university, why you think you are a suitable candidate for your chosen programme of study and how your choice of research fits with your future career plans. Some Schools/Departments have special requirements for this section, or do not require it to be completed. Please contact them for details.
Research Training and Experience.
To help us plan programme provision, please tell us whether you have had any training in specific research methods that you anticipate employing e.g. qualitative or statistical techniques.

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Brunel University Graduate Application

Taught Programs

Personal statement.

Please provide any other relevant information to support your application. Continue on a separate sheet if necessary.

For example: why you chose the course, why Brunel University, how this course will contribute towards your future career plans.

Research Programs

Personal statement.

Research Please provide a brief description of the research areas you are interested in. Applicants applying for a pre-arranged research project need only provide the title. If you have been asked to provide a full research proposal, this should be attached.

References.

I. One academic reference from your most recent place of study, e.g. school, college or university

II. A reference from your present/recent employer (where applicable)

In your written reference please give as much information as possible about the applicant’s technical and/or academic suitability for the course applied for. Please highlight whether you think the applicant is capable of working independently and whether you think the applicant will succeed on the course and will benefit from it.

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Edinburgh Napier University Graduate Application

Personal Statement

It is important that applicants submit a Personal Statement with their application. The Personal Statement is used to tell us why you are interested in the subject for

which you have applied. In your statement, please include information describing your academic interests, relevant work experience and reasons for applying to Edinburgh Napier University.

Reference.

Please enter the details of the educational referee. This should be an individual who is capable of commenting on your capacity to cope with the academic demands of the programme for which you are applying.

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Glasgow Caledonian University Graduate Application

Personal statement.

Give any other information you wish in support of your application, including information offered in lieu of formal academic qualifications e.g. relevant experience for mature students. Include a list of your publications (if applicable). Continue on a separate sheet if necessary

Reference.

The Referee report is an important part of the selection process and the information you give will aid admission tutors in making their decisions. Your report will be treated in the strictest confidence. Your reference should cover the following points.

1. Suitability for the programme(s) applied for.

2. Previous and potential academic performance.

3. Career aspirations.

4. Any other personal circumstances relevant to the application.

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Imperial College of Science Graduate Application

Personal statement.

Selectors place particular importance on the personal statement. Tell us why you are interested in the subject for which you have applied. Describe your academic interests and reasons for applying to Imperial College.

Reference.

Two recent references: You need to provide details of 2 referees on page 1 of the form, at least one of which must be academic (although certain courses may stipulate additional professional references). It is also possible for the system to contact your referees and for them to send in their reference electronically, which will then attach to your record. Please note that you are responsible for liaison with referees.

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Liverpool University Post Graduate Application
Research Programs
Personal statement.
Your potential supervisors will use your Personal Statement to help them make a decision on your application and in particular your suitability for the research you
have chosen. This is your opportunity to explain why you wish to undertake this research; it should not be written as a narrative but as an explanation of your
interests and your future plans. You should include:
• your interest and experience in this subject area
• your reasons for choosing this particular project area and this particular University
• your future aim or career plan
• how the research project connects to your future plan.
Taught Programs
Personal statement.
Your potential supervisors will use your Personal Statement to help them make a decision on your application and in particular your suitability for the research you
have chosen. This is your opportunity to explain why you wish to undertake this research; it should not be written as a narrative but as an explanation of your
interests and your future plans. You should include:
• your interest and experience in this subject area
• your reasons for choosing this particular project area and this particular University
• your future aim or career plan
• how the course of study connects to your future plan.
Reference.
Two reference forms: It is your responsibility to provide the names and addresses of two referees who have agreed to act on your behalf and can provide
an academic ability reference. At least one referee should be a member of the institution at which you last studied. Please approach your referees before you make your application and ask them to provide sealed references for you to submit with your application form.

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Loughborough University Post Graduate Application

Research Programs

Personal statement.

Please describe your proposed area of research and provide details on an additional sheet.

The proposed area of research should usually be in the form of an initial research proposal of approximately 500 words, including an outline of your research interests, your initial thoughts about a topic, references to previous work, the methodology and general approach you wish to take.

You should also indicate how this research will make an original contribution to knowledge. Some departments require you to complete a more detailed proposal before they can make a final decision on your application. Check to see if this applies to the department you are applying to.

If you do not have a firm research proposal you should still provide as much information as possible with your application including possible topic areas, and intended source of funding.

If you have already reached an agreement with your prospective department about a particular topic, or are applying for a specific vacancy, you need only provide brief details of that project on your application form.

Reference.

1. The names and addresses, (and where possible email addresses) of two referees are needed.

2. Please make sure that the persons you give as your referees are willing and able to provide a reference for you.

3. Please submit two references together with your application form. The references should be in sealed envelopes, with the referee’s signature across the seal to ensure origin and confidentiality.

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Middlesex University Post Graduate Application
General
Personal statement.
You are advised to complete this section as fully as possible and with particular care. In many cases this may be the only contact you have with the admissions tutors and your statement will be assessed as part of the admissions process. As a guide your personal statement should cover topics such as your reasons for applying to your desired programme(s), your previous educational and employment experiences, personal qualities, future goals and career aspirations. Please attach a type written sheet or continue on a separate sheet if necessary.
Reference.
Give the names, positions and addresses of two persons who are able to provide references in support of your application who have knowledge of your ability to undertake the proposed study. The first reference should be academic and the second character reference can be from an employer or other source.
MBA
About Yourself.
Please write in this space any further information on your life experience. Please use a continuation page if necessary
Reference.
You should nominate two referees:
• an academic who can vouch for your performance on your degree;
• someone who can comment on your performance in a recent employment. It need not be your current employer.
Project Management
Personal Statement.
Please ensure that you enclose a personal statement with your application which should outline why you wish to apply for this course. Your statement should be typed and should include:
• Your reasons for choosing the programme of study
• The knowledge and skills you have obtained through your work and/or education (whether paid, voluntary or domestic) which might be relevant to the programme of study
• The work experiences and/or personal developments which have been most important to you
• The challenges facing you in your studies, work and personal career development
• Your future career plans

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University of Aberdeen Graduate Application
Personal Statement.
Please enter below a personal statement by yourself which could include: details of your aptitude for study; details of any relevant practical experience, responsibilities, study abroad; outside interests; reasons for wishing to study at the University of Aberdeen; where appropriate, reasons for wishing to visit the UK etc.
For Research Students Only: If known, please give an outline summary of your proposed area of research in no more than 300 words
Academic Reference.
For Research Programmes (PhD, MPhil etc) two references are required. For Taught Programmes (MBA, MSc, MLitt etc) applicants from a UK institution are not required to supply references. Applicants with a first degree from outwith the UK are required to submit one reference only.

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University of Brighton Graduate Application
Programs: MA, MSc, MBA, PGCert, PGDip, PGCE Post Compulsory Education, Certificate in Management, Diploma and Executive Diploma in Management, ACCA Professional Course, CPE (Common Professional Examination), TESOL Diploma
Personal Statement
Enter here any further information you may wish to offer in support of your application. Admissions Tutors will be interested in your reasons for choosing the course(s) listed in Section 4, your career aspirations, and relevant experience and information concerning your intellectual, social, sporting or other interests. You should also give details here of any non-examined subjects you are studying. If you have been out of education for some time, please outline any relevant experience that may also be taken into account in lieu of formal qualifications, either at home or in voluntary or paid work. It may also be helpful to explain any breaks in your career. If you are applying for deferred entry (i.e. a year beyond the next academic year), please give your reasons for so doing.
Reference.
Your referee should know you well enough to write about you and your suitability for postgraduate study. The reference should not be written by a family member, other relatives or friends. References are often provided by a responsible person who knows you; this could be an employer or an academic from higher education.
Postgraduate/Post-experience courses
In order that we can evaluate an applicant’s academic and intellectual capacity, your reference should if possible cover:
1 Suitability for the course(s) applied for
2 Intellectual qualities including:
a) development to date and previous examination performance with special reference to any factors which may in your opinion have adversely influenced the result.
b) present performance
c) potential, including an assessment of the probable results of any pending examinations.
3 Personal qualities, such as motivation, powers of analysis, communication skills and independent thought
4 Career aspirations
5 Health and other personal circumstances relevant to the application
6 Athletic, social and other interests
Postgraduate Research Programmes
We would value your opinion on:
1 the applicant's suitability for the chosen field of study,
2 his/her aptitude for original work, and
3 (for overseas students) an estimate of proficiency in English
If you knew the applicant as a student: details of academic performance and of any project or research-based work undertaken by the student in the final year, with an indication of whether you consider these details to be a true reflection of the applicant's abilities
If you are the applicant's present or former employer: an outline of responsibilities and an appraisal of competence and initiative.
If the applicant has applied for a Professional Doctorate the current employer must confirm your agreement to allow access to the work-based research and that you will allow the applicant to meet the commitments of the research programme.

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University of Derby Graduate Application
Personal statement.
You are invited to use this opportunity to provide information in support of your application including previous areas of study, areas of research, reasons for applying for this programme and how you would benefit from it. You may also include non-academic aspects of your experience, including hobbies/interests, participation in any clubs/societies, voluntary community work, parenting etc.

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University of Edinburgh Post Graduate Application
Taught Programs
Personal statement.
This should include why you feel you are qualified to enter the programme and how you think it may affect your career prospects. If you are applying for a Masters programme and your chosen programme has more than one area of specialism or theme you should indicate here which area(s) you wish to specialise in(max 3500 chars – approx. 500 words)
Relevant Knowledge/Training Skills.
This may include details of required laboratory, computer programming, specialised software packages skills or voluntary work that you have undertaken pertinent to the programme. If you have not yet finished your first degree, please tell us about the programme of study you are taking (max 3500 chars – approx. 500 words).
Research Programs
Research Topic.
A brief indication of your likely topic (this is in addition to the full research proposal requested earlier in the application form) max 3500 chars – approx. 500 words.
Published Work.
Please give details (title of article, journal, volume, year of publication)
Reference.
The University requires a dated reference with your name and position clearly stated on letterheaded paper, if uploading the document onto the EUCLID system or as an e-mail attachment. If sending the reference as an email, please send it preferably from the e-mail address at the institution or organisation you are representing. In addition, please provide, as a minimum, key identifying information such as the applicant’s name and programme applied to and, if known, the applicant’s UUN (EUCLID identifier), the School applied to and the proposed date of admission.
To assist you, please find below the points which the University would like you to consider when composing your reference:
1. In what capacity have you known the applicant, and for how long? For previous students or employees, please also indicate how long ago.
2. Assess, as appropriate, the applicant's abilities in terms of: analytical reasoning; ability to grasp concepts; ability to work independently; ability to argue cogently; originality; industry; motivation; perseverance; breadth of interest; technical competence.
3. Comment, as appropriate, on the applicant's responsiveness to supervision/mentoring; responsiveness to constructive criticism, capacity for self-evaluation; ability to work with others; ability to organise work.
4. Comment on any academic or professional experience that you consider relevant to the qualification applied for.
5. If appropriate, indicate how confident you are that the applicant is likely to complete successfully the qualification aimed for. Please indicate how strongly you are supporting this application – not strongly, strongly or very strongly.
6. If appropriate, comment on any postgraduate study or other forms of training already undertaken or in progress.
For Academic Referees.
7. If the applicant has yet to graduate, please indicate the degree result which, in your opinion, would most accurately reflect the applicant's abilities.
8. If possible, indicate the applicant's ranking compared to other students on the same course or compared to other students you have taught (for example, 5th in a class of 80 students; in the top 15 per cent of students taught).
For Non Academic Referees
9. Please indicate how long the applicant has been/was working within your institution or organisation. If possible, please rate the applicant’s performance compared to peers at the same stage of career.
10. If possible, indicate the applicant’s capacity to undertake new projects or pieces of work and their promptness to respond to these.

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University of Exeter Post Graduate Application
Personal statement.
Please provide further information in support of your application. This should include your reasons for wanting to undertake postgraduate study, an explanation of your choice of programme and any previous experience of academic research or academic study at higher-level. Please feel free to include any other information you feel would support your application. This section must be completed. Continue on a separate sheet if necessary.
Reference.
To the Referee:
Please supply the following details and complete PART C overleaf.
1. How long have you known the applicant? Have you taught the applicant yourself and, if so, what subject and for how long?
2. If the applicant has not yet graduated, what class or grade of degree do you expect them to obtain?
3. Would the applicant be eligible to proceed to higher degree study in your university?
4. Do you consider the applicant to have sufficient background knowledge of the subject proposed to proceed directly to independent research with guidance from an academic supervisor or would the applicant be better suited to a taught programme?
Please give your written reference here or attach a statement on official headed paper.

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The University of Sheffield Post Graduate Application
Taught Programs: MA, MSc, PGCE, MMus, Ed, MBA, MSc (Eng), BMedSci, MMedSci, DipSW, LLM, MArch, MMet
Personal statement.
Please attach a separate statement in support of your application (min. 300 words). Attach this information securely to your application and write your name and course applied for on each additional sheet. We will not be able to make a decision on your application without it.
Among the things you may wish to include are:
• why you are applying for this course
• how your previous education and experience relates to this course of study
• how this course fits into your long-term academic or career plans
Research Programs
Personal statement.
Please attach a separate statement in support of your application. Attach this information securely to your application and write your name and programme applied for on each additional sheet. We will not be able to make a decision on your application without it.
Your statement should include details of the area of research you wish to pursue.
In subject areas such as science, engineering and medicine, where the programme of research may link into an ongoing research project, include a brief outline of the area(s) of interest along with the name of preferred supervisor(s), if known. You should also explain why you wish to pursue this area of research, and provide
supplementary information on any experience, training or skills you may have gained from your previous education or employment.
Applicants for research within the humanities and social sciences are required to provide an outline research proposal. This proposal should be about 500–1000 words in length and should incorporate the following information:
• Title of proposed thesis
• The main aims of your research (eg why you think it is worth doing)
• Identification of links to any previous work or hypothesis
• Any resources available and any required
• The methods of research proposed (eg survey, case studies.) and a plan and timetable of work.
You should also explain why you wish to pursue this area of research, and provide supplementary information on any experience, training or skills you may have gained from your previous education or employment.
Reference.
You can ask your referees to provide a signed and sealed reference (on headed paper from their academic institution) or you can ask them to complete the PG Reference Form, available as a download from www.sheffield.ac.uk/postgraduate. Your referees can then either send the references to you to attach to your
application, or they can send them directly to us.
To the Referee:
Please give your personal opinion on the applicant’s ability and suitability to undertake postgraduate study in particular his/her previous academic achievements, particularly in comparison to those of his/her peers, as well as any distinct strengths and weaknesses (e.g. motivation, commitment, independence, ability to work
under sustained pressure).
Where the applicant’s first language is not English, please give your opinion on his/her standard of proficiency in written and oral English.

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University of Sussex Graduate Application
Academic Interests.
Please ensure you complete this section otherwise your application will be delayed.
1. All taught degree applicants (e.g. MA, MSc): please give your reasons for applying and a description of your major interests.
2. MSc Comparative and Cross-Cultural / Social Research Methods: please provide a short statement setting out the subject of your proposed research.
3. All research applicants in the humanities and social sciences (MPhil and DPhil): please attach a statement setting out the subject of your proposed research, the reason why you have chosen that research topic, the manner in which you envisage approaching your research and whether you would prefer any particular supervisor.
4. All research applicants in science and engineering research (MPhil and DPhil): please indicate the general area of your proposed research. If any particular project(s) would be of interest to you, and/or if you would prefer any particular supervisor, please indicate.
Taught Programmes.
This is your opportunity to explain the reasons why you are applying for this programme. Please outline your special academic interests and your purpose and
objective in undertaking postgraduate study. This information is important in the selection process.
Research Proposal.
If you are applying for a research degree you will need a research proposal and if you are particularly interested in the work of one of our members of faculty or a research team you may wish to consider requesting a particular supervisor. The amount of detail required in a research proposal varies between subjects. Social science and humanities subjects tend to require a highly developed research proposal giving a clear outline of the specific research area. However, in some science subjects it is more usual to outline a general area of interest, as the nature of the research discipline is more tied to ongoing research projects, the availability of experimental equipment, etc. Again a discussion with an academic contact in the department will help clarify the right level of detail for your research proposal. Please also provide details of any publications and of any other research experience and/or relevant preliminary reading that you have already undertaken.
Reference.
To the Referee:
In your reference, please provide an evaluation of the applicant’s intellectual abilities. If possible please indicate the results he/she has obtained in degree examinations to date. If the applicant has not yet graduated please give a predication of the likely degree result. If the applicant’s first language is not English please indicate whether his/her English is adequate for postgraduate study.

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