نمونه SOP دانشگاه های آمریکا دستورالعمل SOP راهنمای SOP آمریکا USA

ملزومات SOP تعدادی از دانشگاه های مختلف جهان: آمریکا

نمونه SOP دانشگاه های آمریکا دستورالعمل SOP راهنمای SOP آمریکا USAسلب 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.

آمریکا

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Statement of Purpose

Please provide a brief statement of your scientific and professional interests and objectives. Include a description of your past accomplishments that are not evident from the examination of other documents submitted. Report, if applicable, on any research in progress. The statement must be written by the applicant in English. It must not be written in another language and translated for the applicant by another person.

Letters of Recommendation

At least three letters of recommendation from individuals familiar with your academic, research and/or work performance are required for all applicants.

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Carnegie Mellon University Graduate Application

Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Master of Product Development (MPD), Master of Engineering in Energy Systems

Statement of Purpose

Why is graduate study important to you? Please describe what your educational goals and interests are and how Carnegie Mellon fits in with these goals and interests. You can also elaborate on aspects of your background and experience that aren’t captured well by the short-answer, fill-in-the-blank format of the other parts of this application form.

Typical applicant statements are one to two typewritten pages in length. Please limit statements to 1000 words or less.

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Master of Science in Computational Design and Manufacturing (MSCDM), Engineering and Technology Innovation Management

Statement of Purpose

The ‘Statement of Purpose’ is to answer the following questions: What are your reasons for undertaking graduate study at Carnegie Mellon University? How do your experience, your education and graduate training in MSCDM, and your future career plans relate to each other? The Statement of Purpose should be a one- to two-page typed document. Please submit files only in PDF or Microsoft Word format.

Engineering and Public Policy (EPP)

Statement of Purpose

Why is graduate study important to you? Please describe what your educational goals and interests are and how EPP and Carnegie Mellon fit in with these goals and interests. You can also elaborate on aspects of your background and experience that aren’t captured well by the short-answer, fill-in-the-blank format of the other parts of this application form. Please note that you can cut and paste into this area from the word processor of your choice, but you will lose any special formatting that was used. Enter text only; no scanned images, etc. Typical applicant statements are one to two typewritten pages in length. Please limit statements to 1000 words or less.

MSIN/MSISTM at Information Networking Institute

Statement of Purpose

Type a concise one- or two-page statement of purpose (no less than 500 and no more than 1,000 words) in the following format:

1. Briefly explain your objective in pursuing a master’s degree.

2. Describe your background in engineering, computer science, and other fields particularly relevant to your objectives. Include any industrial or commercial work experience.

3. Outline your research experience and list any publications.

4. Provide any additional information you feel would be useful to the admissions committee in determining your suitability for admission to the INI.

Mechanical Engineering

Statement of Purpose

Your statement should cover the following topics:

1. Describe your motivation for pursuing a graduate degree in Mechanical Engineering.

2. Discuss any work, research, educational, or other life experiences that influenced your decision to pursue graduate studies in Mechanical Engineering

3. Describe what research you would like to pursue in graduate school

Typical applicant statements are one to two typewritten pages in length. Please limit statements to 1000 words or less.
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Statement of Objectives.

There is no specific form for the Statement of Objectives. You should create your own document and include “Statement of Objectives” as the heading. The statement should be one or two pages and should include your purpose in undertaking graduate work, and an explanation of your study and research interests as they relate to your undergraduate/graduate study and professional goals. Your complete name and the major field of study to which the application is being made should be included at the top of each page.

The above charges are applicable when you provide drafts; charges for additional services

Letters of Recommendation.

Three letters of recommendation must be submitted from individuals whom are sufficiently familiar with you, and who can assess your academic preparation, abilities and accomplishments. Letters should be from your most recent instructors in a field of study or discipline comparable to that for which you submit the Application.

If you have been out of school for several years, one letter may be from your employer, supervisor or other person familiar with your most recent activities and accomplishments. If you choose to not ask recommenders to complete on-line recommendations, you should ask each author to mail the letter of recommendation, which bears their original signature, to the department or program of interest.
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Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation (GSAPP) and The Fu Foundation School of Engineering & Applied Science Applications

Degree Programs: Master of Architecture, M.S. Advanced Architectural Design, M.S. Architecture and Urban Design, M.S. Historic Preservation, Certificate in Conservation of Historic Buildings and Arch. Sites, M.S. Urban Planning, M.S. Real Estate Development, M.S. Critical, Curatorial, & Conceptual Practices in Architecture

Dual Degree Programs: Master of Architecture and M.S. in Historic Preservation, Master of Architecture and M.S. in Urban Planning, M.S. in Urban Planning and M.S. in Historic Preservation

Personal Statement.

In a statement of approximately 500 words, describe your background, your past work in your intended field of study, and your plans for graduate study and a professional career. If you are presently in a graduate program at another university, please explain why you wish to leave. If you have not yet come to a decision about your career, or if your plans are tentative, please do not hesitate to say so.

The above charges are applicable when you provide drafts; charges for additional services

Letters of Recommendation.

Three letters are required. Recommenders may submit their reference letters electronically through our application system. For recommenders who wish to submit their recommendation letters on paper, please remind them to include the your full name and program of study in the body of the letter. The GSAPP does not have a special form to fill out. Envelopes must be sealed with the recommender’s signature on the flap.

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Cornell University Graduate Application

Statement of Purpose.

A one- or two-page statement stating your reasons for undertaking graduate work, as well as an explanation of your academic interests, including their relation to your undergraduate study and professional goals. Include your full name and your proposed field of study at the top of each page.

The above charges are applicable when you provide drafts; charges for additional services

Letters of Recommendation.

Two or three letters of recommendation (depending on the field) must be submitted from faculty members acquainted with your work. If that work occurred some time ago, check with the field to see whether recommendations from those familiar with your professional performance might be acceptable.
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Georgia Institute of Technology Graduate Application

Statement of Purpose.

This statement should be concise, outline a plan for graduate studies, and indicate why Georgia Tech is the right graduate program to meet this plan. It is important to include technical interest area information in the space allotted (400 words) on the in the online form. If applicable, faculty with similar research interests, who may be a potential research advisor, should also be noted as well.
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Statement of Purpose.

Please include a statement of the applicants strengths and weaknesses and potential for success in graduate school.

The above charges are applicable when you provide drafts; charges for additional services

Letters of Recommendation.

The Graduate College requires three letters of recommendation, and prefers that you use the online letter of recommendation process. By including your recommenders’ names and e-mail addresses on the application form, they will be sent instructions on how to submit their letter electronically. If a recommender insists on submitting a hard copy, they must complete the Letter of Recommendation form available on our website, and submit it directly to the graduate program to which you are applying (NOT the Office of Admissions). In that case, you will need to provide the recommender with the address of the graduate program to which you are applying.

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Michigan State University Graduate School Application

Academic & Personal Statements.

Attach a separate sheet with a concise academic statement of your plans for graduate study, your career goals, and how MSU’s graduate program will help you meet your career and educational objectives. Also include a separate personal statement about how your background and life experiences, including social, economic, cultural, familial, educational, or other opportunities or challenges motivated your decision to pursue a graduate degree.

Letters of Recommendation.

List the names, titles, and addresses of three individuals submitting letters of recommendation on your behalf. Please contact your department or school to learn if it has special forms or instructions for letters of recommendation. If your department or school does not provide its own forms, please use the form included with this application booklet. Have your letters of recommendation sent directly to the chairperson of the department or school (major) to which you are applying.

Please attach a letter with specific comments on the applicant’s strengths and limitations for graduate study. Descriptions of significant actions, accomplishments, and personal qualities related to scholarly achievement are particularly helpful. Several paragraphs will be more useful to the admission committee than one or two sentences.

College of Law

Personal Statement.

The personal statement is an important aspect of the application for admission as it provides the Admission Committee with insights regarding the applicant’s background and goals. The personal statement should not exceed three pages and may address any topic. For candidates who are unsure of what topics might be addressed in the personal statement, the following list of questions may be instructive:

* In what ways have your life experiences prepared you to succeed in law school?

* What motivates you to pursue a legal education? What personal or professional goals have you established for yourself?

* Are there particular reasons you have for applying to Michigan State University College of Law?

* In what ways have you encountered instances of adversity and how might such experiences contribute to your effectiveness as an attorney?

* In what ways might you contribute to a better understanding of diversity within the MSU Law student body and to the legal profession?
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Northwestern University Application

Statement of Purpose.

Your statement of purpose is an important part of your application. Program admission committees consider them carefully in ranking applicants. Be as specific as possible about your research interests and qualifications. If you have particular reasons for choosing Northwestern, be sure to indicate them.

Your statement may be submitted electronically as part of the online application. The statement may not exceed 5,000 characters. You may find it useful to compose your statement using word processing software, then to cut and paste it into the online application. However, should you desire to submit your statement on paper, a copy of this statement should be submitted along with the other supporting materials you send to the program to which you are applying. Be sure that your identification – full name, birth date, and the program to which you are applying – are listed below the title.

Letters of Recommendation.

Letters of recommendation are very important. Choose your recommenders wisely. The Graduate School’s admission committees are interested in recommendation letters from those who are most able to assess your academic and research abilities in areas related to your field of study.

While The Graduate School requires a minimum of two letters of recommendation, some departments require more than two letters. Please consult your admitting department’s website to determine if additional letters are required. While completing your online application, you will have the option to submit your recommendations online or via standard letter. If you choose to have your letter submitted online, the online application software will email your recommenders regarding your request. Recommenders may then submit letters online using standard word processing software.

The Graduate School does not have a specific recommendation form. Recommendation letters submitted through mail should be printed on official letterhead and contain the original signatures of your recommenders. Your name and the name of the program to which you are applying should be included in each letter. Be sure to have your recommenders sign the envelope across the envelope seal. Submit your unopened letter of recommendations along with your other supplemental materials directly to the program to which you are applying.

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North Carolina State University Graduate Application

Statement of Purpose.

 Describe your career goals and research interests, as well as your publications, work experience, and academic honors and organizations. You may also include an optional statement of your achievements, talents, background, experiences, and traits that will contribute to the enrichment or diversity of the University or community, beyond your academic credentials.

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 Ohio State University Graduate Application

 Statement of Intent.

 Provide statement of your academic goals. Include information concerning your interest in and motivations for graduate work. You may wish to include autobiographical or personal data that may be helpful to the Graduate Studies Committee in considering your application. Some graduate programs provide specific guidelines for what should be included in the applicant’s statement of intent.

 The above charges are applicable when you provide drafts; charges for additional services

 letters of Recommendation.

 Please arrange to have three recommendations/references prepared by faculty members or others familiar with your qualifications and potential for graduate study. Each recommendation must include the completed Reference Form, as well as a separate letter written and signed on academic or business letterhead stationery.

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Pennsylvania State University Graduate Application

Graduate Program in Acoustics

Statement of Purpose.

A one-page letter of intent or statement of goals.

The above charges are applicable when you provide drafts; charges for additional services

Letters of Recommendation.

Two letters of reference sent to the Program from people who are in a position to comment on the candidate’s education and/or abilities. Reference letters must come directly from the individual authoring the reference and should be on institution or company letterhead. Forms are not provided. Letters not sent directly to the Acoustics Program by the authors will not be accepted as a part of the application package.

Pennsylvania State University Under Graduate Application

Personal Statement.

Though not required, we strongly encourage you to complete the Personal Statement section of the application. Your completion of this section may assist the Admissions Office in reviewing your application.

When completing the personal statement, please note that there is a limit of 1200 spaces and characters. Use the Calculate my Count button to keep track of the number of characters and spaces you have used. You may use traditional punctuation marks in your answer, but should avoid using the following characters: #$%^*/+{}|<>~=[].

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Princeton University Graduate Application

 Personal Statement.

 The statement should not exceed 1,000 words and should describe your academic and career plans as they relate to the department to which you are applying. We invite students to include the special barriers or challenges they have had to overcome to pursue higher education. You may upload your personal statement where indicated on the web application. Do not send a copy of your personal statement if you have attached it as a supplement form to your web application.

 Letters of Recommendation.

 Three letters of recommendation from faculty members or others well-acquainted with your academic work are required. Letters of recommendation can be submitted electronically by using our Web recommendation service available through the Web application. When applying, simply supply your recommenders’ e-mail addresses. They will then receive an e-mail with directions on how to proceed. Recommenders are strongly encouraged to use the Web recommendation service instead of paper. If not all of your recommenders can access the Web service, then any combination of web and/or paper recommendations are acceptable. Do not send both web recommendations and paper recommendations from the same recommender. If your recommenders choose to submit their paper letters directly to the Office of Graduate Admission, it is your responsibility to inform them of the application deadline. Your recommenders should be aware that, if we receive recommendations after the application deadline, it may adversely impact the review of your application and may hinder your chances of admission.

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Purdue University Graduate Application

 Statement of Purpose.

 Submit a statement of 300-500 words concerning your purpose for undertaking or continuing graduate study, your reasons for wanting to study at Purdue, and your research interests, professional plans, and career goals. You also may explain any special circumstances applicable to your background and elaborate on your scholarly publications, awards, achievements, abilities, and/or professional history.

 Under Graduate Application.

 Personal Statement.

 Statement of 500 words or fewer. Type or print on separate sheet(s) and include full name and birth date on each additional sheet.

Choose one of the following topics:

 1. Describe how your college education will allow you to achieve personal or professional goals.

2. What is the best advice you have ever received? Describe how it has helped you and how you have used it.

3. Describe a setback you have encountered in your life. Explain how you handled the situation, what you learned from it, and what you would do if something similar happened in the future.

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Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Graduate Application

 Statement of Background and Goals (including current work/academic activities).

Upload a one- or two-page statement that includes the following information:

 1. Your full name and date of birth

2. Your primary educational and research interests

3. An outline of your research experience and a list of any publications and academic honors

4. A description of your background in fields particularly relevant to your study objectives—include any relevant industrial/work or research experience

5. A discussion of specific research topics and methods you might pursue in your thesis research

6. Information outlining your current work/study activities

  Letters of Recommendation.

 Rensselaer requires two letters of recommendation. Recommendations may be submitted electronically or by postal mail. Please obtain recommendations from two individuals who have supervised your work on the job or at school; we recommend that at least one is a faculty member or an academic dean or adviser familiar with your academic performance.

 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Under Graduate Application

 Choose from the degree-specific guidelines below and include your completed essay with the application form. The essay should be no more than 1–2 pages.

 • Accelerated Programs (Law and Physician-Scientist): State your reasons for aspiring to a career in law or medicine.

 • Architecture: State your reasons for choosing architecture as your profession.

 • Electronic Arts: Discuss your interests in the field of electronic arts and state how this is reflected in your portfolio.

 • All Other Programs: Choose one topic listed below or submit a personal essay of your choice

 1. Describe a significant experience or achievement that has special meaning to you.

2. Indicate a person who has had a significant influence on you and describe that influence.

3. “They’ll say I impacted the 21st century by my work in…”

  Letters of Recommendation.

 Please request a letter of recommendation from a counselor or teacher. A recommendation provided by a math or science teacher is preferred.

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Rice University Graduate Application

Statement of Intent.

Briefly describe your intended plan of study or the particular subdivision of the major field in which you wish to specialize. Discuss any scholarly research, writing, or similar research that you have done or are currently pursuing. Include other information that may be helpful in evaluating your application.
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Stanford Graduate School Application

Statement of Purpose.

Describe in your statement of purpose:

* Your reasons for applying to the proposed program at Stanford and your preparation for this field of study

* Your research and study interests

* Future career plans and other aspects of your background and interests which may aid the admissions committee in evaluating your aptitude and motivation for graduate study

Your statement should not exceed two pages in length (single spaced).

Letters of Recommendation.

Three letters of recommendation are required. At least one letter should be a faculty member at the last school you attended as a full-time student (unless you have been out of school for more than five years). Substitutions for faculty recommendations may include work associates or others who can comment on your academic potential for graduate work.

Stanford Under Graduate School Application

Essays.

In reading all of your writing, we want to hear your individual voice. Write essays that reflect who you are; use specific concrete details and write in a natural style. Begin work on these essays early, and feel free to ask your parents, teachers, and friends to provide constructive feedback. When you ask for feedback on an essay draft, ask if the essay’s tone sounds like your voice—it should. If your parents, teachers, and friends do not believe your essay captures who you are or what you believe, surely we will be unable to recognize what is most distinctive about you. While securing feedback is suggested, you should not enlist hired assistance in the writing of your essays.

The Common Application’s Essays

Candidates must choose one topic and respond. Responses must be at least 250 words but should not exceed the space provided (approximately one page).

1. Evaluate a significant experience, achievement, risk you have taken, or ethical dilemma you have faced and its impact on you.

2. Discuss some issue of personal, local, national, or international concern and its importance to you.

3. Indicate a person who has had a significant influence on you, and describe that influence.

4. Describe a character in fiction, a historical figure, or a creative work (as in art, music, science, etc.) that has had an influence on you, and explain that influence.

5. A range of academic interests, personal perspectives, and life experiences adds much to the educational mix. Given your personal background, describe an experience that illustrates what you would bring to the diversity in a college community, or an encounter that demonstrated the importance of diversity to you.

6. Topic of your choice.

Supplement Short Essays.

Candidates must respond to all three questions/topics. Responses must be at least 250 words but should not exceed the space provided in the Supplement.

1. Stanford students are widely known to possess a sense of intellectual vitality. Tell us about an idea or an experience you have had that you find intellectually engaging.

2. Virtually all of Stanford’s undergraduates live on campus. What would you want your freshman year roommate to know about you? Tell us something about you that will help your roommate—and us—know you better.

3. Tell us what makes Stanford a good place for you* What motivates you to pursue a legal education? What personal or professional goals have you established

Statement of Purpose.

Please include a statement of the applicants strengths and weaknesses and potential for success in graduate school.

Letters of Recommendation.

The Graduate College requires three letters of recommendation, and prefers that you use the online letter of recommendation process. By including your recommenders’ names and e-mail addresses on the application form, they will be sent instructions on how to submit their letter electronically. If a recommender insists on submitting a hard copy, they must complete the Letter of Recommendation form available on our website, and submit it directly to the graduate program to which you are applying (NOT the Office of Admissions). In that case, you will need to provide the recommender with the address of the graduate program to which you are applying.
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University of California–Berkeley Graduate Application

Statement of Purpose.

Please describe your aptitude and motivation for graduate study in your area of specialization, including your preparation for this field of study, your academic plans or research interests in your chosen area of study, and your future career goals. Please be specific about why UC Berkeley would be a good intellectual fit for you.

Personal History Statement.

Please note that the Personal History Statement should not duplicate the Statement of Purpose. In an essay, discuss how your personal background informs your decision to pursue a graduate degree. Please include any educational, familial, cultural, economic, or social experiences, challenges, or opportunities relevant to your academic journey; how you might contribute to social or cultural diversity within your chosen field; and/or how you might serve educationally underrepresented segments of society with your degree.

Letters of Recommendation.

At least three letters of recommendation are required for all applicants. Send them early enough to allow time for your recommenders to write and forward the letters by the departmental deadline. To waive access to your letters of recommendation, complete the waiver section of the form. You can assist them by including a stamped envelope addressed to the appropriate department. Remember to inform your recommenders of your proposed department’s deadline for application materials.
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University of Delaware Graduate Application

Essay/Personal Statement.

Three to five days after you submit your application, you will have the opportunity to upload your Essay/Personal Statement. Please note that all essay questions should be uploaded as one document. The following is only a preview of the essay questions you will be asked at that time:

Standard Essay Questions:

1. What are your vocational objectives and how will your proposed plan of graduate study relate to them? (The response to this essay is your “Personal Statement.”)

2. Within your major field, are there areas of special interest to you? Please explain.

3. Are there special circumstances related to your academic record that you feel we should know about? Have you ever been convicted of a crime? If the answer is yes, explain the circumstances, give the dates of the offense(s) and discuss what you learned from the circumstance.

Agricultural and Technology Education

Personal Statement.

Why do you wish to become a teacher of Agriscience?

Art History

Personal Statement.

1. Please list all art history and architectural history courses taken/completed or in progress. Give year and institution for each along with course title and number.

2. Language Assessment. Indicate the languages you have taken at your previous institutions. Include the years of study for each. (For example, French: 4 semesters in High School (1998-2000): University of xxx, 2000-2001: University xxx, 2001-2002)

Arts and Humanities Summer Institute (AHSI)

Personal Statement.

1. What are your educational/professional objectives and how will your participation in the Arts and Humanities Summer Institute help you achieve these objectives? Please include any plans for graduate school. The response to this essay is your personal statement.

2. Please tell us about the art, art history and English courses you have taken to date or are taking now. Please include course titles, but tell us more than we will know from reading your transcript about your interest in these courses, any research projects you might have done, and the relationship between this coursework and your educational/professional goals.

3. Submit a 10-15 page critical writing sample. If interested in a Masters in Fine Arts also submit 3-10 images of recent art work.

4. Who recommended that you participate in this summer institute? Will this person be writing a letter of recommendation for you? If no one recommended that you participate in this program, how did you hear about it?

Biological Sciences

Personal Statement.

1. What scientific research experience have you had?

2. What are your research interests and long-term professional objectives?

3. What specific attributes of our Department make you feel that it would be a good place for you?

Business Administration Programs

Personal Statement.

1. Getting your message across to prospective customers is a key element of a business plan. Please critique our effort to market the University of Delaware MBA programs by using specific examples of where and how you heard about our program (e.g., specific radio station, internet site, publication, TV station, etc.) and honestly assess how effective that vehicle was in drawing you to apply for admission. What are some strengths of these marketing efforts and what could be done better? What is the best way to reach prospective students like you? We are looking for insightful, specific and brief essays.

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2. What are your vocational objectives and how will your proposed plan of graduate study relate to them?

Chemistry and Biochemistry

Personal Statement.

What are your primary area(s) of interest – analytical, biochemistry, inorganic, organic, or physical?

Communication

Personal Statement.

1. Upon what past experiences and interests do you base your present decision to apply for admission to the graduate program in Communication?

2. What is your definition of Communication in the context of your interest area?

3. How does study for the M.A. in Communication in our department fit into your short- and long-term goals and career aspirations?

4. Is there any other information, not covered elsewhere in your application, which you would like to share with the department’s Graduate Admissions Committee?

Energy and Environmental Policy

Personal Statement.

1. MEEP applicants: Please submit a 1,000-word statement indicating your research interest.

2. Ph.D. applicants: Please submit a 1,000-1,500 word statement indicating your research interest.

English

Personal Statement.

1. What are your intellectual objectives and how will your proposed plan of graduate study relate to them? (The response to this essay is your “Personal Statement.”)

2. Within English studies, are there areas of special interest to you? Please explain.

3. How will the resources at the University of Delaware (faculty and otherwise) help you to achieve your objectives and pursue you areas of interest?

Exceptional Children and Youth

Personal Statement.

Choose one of these options for this essay requirement:

1. Select an important problem facing individuals with disabilities or the schools, teachers, or other people who work with them and propose a solution to this problem

2. Describe an experience in your own life that influenced your decision to work with individuals with disabilities

3. Mail a brief paper that you submitted in a recent education course to the Office of Graduate and Professional Education who will add it to your admission file.

Finance

Personal Statement.

1. What are your career objectives and how will an MS in Finance help you achieve your goals?

2. Describe a particular challenging experience, and how you handled that experience.

3. Describe any special circumstances related to your academic record that you think the admissions committee should consider.

Hospitality Information Management

Personal Statement.

1. What are your future professional goals and how would this graduate degree help you to achieve them? (The response to this essay is your ” Personal Statement.”)

2. Within the hospitality field, are there areas of special interest to you?

3. Are there special circumstances related to your academic record, such as low GPA or low GRE/GMAT scores that you feel we should know about? Have you ever been convicted of a crime? If the answer is yes, explain the circumstances, give the dates of the offense(s) and discuss what you learned from the circumstance.

Liberal Studies

Personal Statement.

Submit a 3-5 page essay about your intellectual interests and life experiences and how you think these can be developed in the MALS program.

Physical Therapy

Personal Statement.

1. The Physical Therapist plays many roles in today’s health care environment. Identify and explain what you perceive these roles to be from your volunteer or paid clinical experience. Cite a specific example of one physical therapist acting in many capacities.

2. Within the Physical Therapy field, are there areas of special interest to you? Please explain.
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University of Massachusetts Amherst Graduate Application

Personal Statement.

Begin the Personal Statement or Statement of Purpose on the second page of the Application and continue it onto subsequent pages, if necessary. One can also print their entire Statement on separate sheets of paper, there by, allowing the applicant to use word processing packages in preparation of the document. Be sure that your name appears at the beginning along with the name of your desired program. If you are completing the on-line application, you have the option of submitting your Personal Statement at that time or mailing it via surface mail within two days of the electronic submission of the application.

Letters of Recommendation.

A minimum of two (Psychology and Sociology require three) letters of recommendation are required from individuals best suited to assess the applicant’s quality of academic performance and ability to perform scholarly research. Although the use of our Recommendation Form is not required, we do however, ask that the applicant complete the top portion of the form and give it to the referee. All recommendations will be considered non-confidential unless the applicant waives his/her right of access.
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University of Michigan Graduate Application

Personal Statement.

A written description of your graduate study objectives. A personal statement for any additional information or extenuating circumstances is optional.

Letters of Recommendation.

Recommendations from people who are familiar with your work, in particular faculty members who have supervised your coursework or research.
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University of Minnesota Graduate Application

Statement of Objectives.

State below your goals and objectives in relation to the proposed change.

* Clearly state area of interest

* State long term goals

* Opportunity to state educational / research accomplishments related to goals

* Include awards, literary prizes, publications

* Outline any teaching experience

* List language skills

* List leadership roles / volunteer work

* Focus on the positive

* Tailor to the specific program; mention faculty with whom you would like to study

* Follow directions (i.e. answer specific questions)

* Use correct paragraph construction, spelling and grammar to demonstrate writing ability

* Length: brief but informative, and stay within any stated page limits

Letters of Recommendation.

* Carefully choose recommenders

* Avoid using “influential” people or friends

* Ask faculty members who know you, your work, goals and accomplishments

* Keep in contact with faculty recommenders during your junior and senior years

* Ask the recommenders to include specifics, such as class rank, comparison ratings or specific research experience

* Highlight accomplishments not readily seen in the rest of the application

* Give recommenders lead time / provide postage

* Arrange for one extra letter as “insurance”
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University of New Mexico Graduate Application

Letter of Intent.

This is your opportunity to tell the program faculty about yourself. It need not be extremely detailed, but should provide information about your areas of interest, previous experience, and goals. The graduate program to which you are applying can provide more information on its expectations.

Letters of Recommendation.

A minimum of three letters of recommendation are also required as part of any (i.e. paper or online) application. You are responsible for completing the blanks at the top of each letter of recommendation (name, program, etc.). The persons who recommended you may choose to return the sealed recommendations to you or directly to the department to which you are applying. Letters that are being directly submitted should be mailed to the graduate program to which you are applying – not to the Admissions Office. It is important that you provide to each person providing a recommendation a stamped envelope addressed to the department to which you are applying. This information ensures that all materials related to your application are easily identifiable.
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University of Pennsylvania Graduate Application

School of Design

Personal Statement.

A personal statement, describing your interest in the field to which you are applying and your academic and career objectives, should be submitted on-line.

Writing Sample.

M.S. in Architecture and Ph.D. applicants must submit a sample (e.g. essay, research report) of their written work in English on the subject of their field of specialization in addition to their statement describing their plan of study. Applicants to the Master of Architecture II must submit two samples of writing and a description of their computing skills and software proficiency.

Letters of Recommendation.

A minimum of three letters of recommendation are required. Letters of recommendation are submitted on-line. It is recommended that at least two (2) letters of recommendation be from college instructors. Applicants who have been out of school for several years may submit letters of recommendation from employers or others in a position to evaluate their professional abilities and academic potential.

School of Engineering & Applied Science

Bioengineering, Computer and Information Science, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Electrical and Systems Engineering, Material Science and Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics

Personal Statement.

A personal statement, describing your interest in the field to which you are applying and your academic and career objectives, should be submitted on-line.

Letters of Recommendation.

Two (2) official letters of recommendation (one must be from a faculty member who is familiar with the candidate’s scholarly abilities).
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University of Rochester Graduate Application

Personal Statement.

What special field within the department interests you most? (**Limited to 240 characters.)

For what career are you preparing? (**Limited to 240 characters.)

Letters of Recommendation.

Provide the names, titles, and addresses of at least two present or former academic references whom you have asked to recommend you. In addition, if you have been employed six months or more, a letter from your supervisor may be desirable.

1. How long have you known the applicant? ______In what capacity?________________

2. The Admissions Committee will be very grateful for your estimate of the applicant’s preparation, aptitude, and creativity for independent work at the graduate level. Your comparison of the applicant with other students who have done graduate work at Rochester or your school would be particularly valuable.

3. Please comment on the applicant’s motivation, maturity, self-confidence, and strength of commitment as it relates to the chosen field of study.

Arts Science Engineering

Personal (and Research) Statement.

Please provide information about yourself, your career goals, reasons for entering your chosen field, area of interest in that field, and any research or clinical experience.
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University of Southern California Graduate Application

Pharmacy: Molecular Pharmacology and Toxicology (M.S.) and (Ph.D.), Pharmaceutical Economics and Policy (M.S.) and (Ph.D.), Pharmaceutical Sciences (M.S.) and (Ph.D.)

Personal Statement.

Please prepare a brief statement outlining your career goals, and why you believe that the USC School of Pharmacy graduate program will provide the excellence in graduate training that you seek. Do not include research experience in this statement. Do include description of your specific research goals, including faculty interests at USC that will help you achieve those goals. Include description of your immediate goals as a graduate student, and your long term goals after graduation. (approximately 500 words).

Dentistry

Essay Questions

1. Were you ever required to leave any school or college, or ever denied re-admission because of deficiencies in either conduct or scholarship? If yes, please explain. 750 Characters

2. If during your dental education you were ever on academic or disciplinary probation, suspended, or disqualified, please explain. 750 Characters

3. List honors or awards achieved in pre-dental, dental or professional school. 750 Characters

4. List extracurricular, community, or vocational activities in which you have participated. 750 Characters

5. Please list any professional experience, indicating the nature of the experience (private and/or associated practice, research, teaching) and the length of your involvement. Please supply appropriate contact information. 750 Characters

6. What are your future career goals? 750 Characters

7. Why did you select the University of Southern California to continue your dental education? 750 Characters

USC Rossier School of Education (RSOE)

Education

Essay Questions

1. There has been much discussion lately about an “achievement gap” in K-12 education. What does that mean to you? What do you think are some of the reasons for the gap? What should be the role of a teacher relative to this “gap”? One Page Maximum

2. Describe an experience in which you found yourself changing your views about a significant topic or about a significant person in your life. What prompted the change? How did that change affect your thinking and your interactions with others? One Page Maximum

3. Write about an experience in which you demonstrated commitment and resilience. One Page Maximum

PASA, MFT, School Counseling, ME Educational Psychology/Instructional Technology, TESOL and TEFL Applicants

Essay Questions

Responses to all uploaded essay questions should be double-spaced, typewritten pages with 12-point font and 1″ margins on all sides. Make sure your name and question number is at the top of every page in the document.

1. Please describe your educational, employment and/or personal background and how it relates to your interest in the program for which you are applying. Why have you chosen to apply to USC, specifically? What is it about USC’s program that will facilitate your own growth and what unique contribution can you make to the program? Be sure to address your professional goals and how these goals can best be achieved through the program. Three Pages Maximum

2. PASA, MFT, Educational Psychology/Instructional Technology, and School Counseling Applicants Only: The mission of the Rossier School of Education is to strengthen urban education locally, nationally, and globally. For more information on our approach to transforming urban education, please visit our website at www.usc.edu/education. Reflecting on this mission, what assumptions, thoughts, and conclusions have you drawn about working in the urban context and what evidence from your own experiences, interests and abilities supports these thoughts and conclusions? In writing about urban education, many applicants consider issues of diversity, economics, equity and reform. Please also describe what role(s) you have played and/or will play as a leader and/or change agent. Two Pages Maximum

Optional: Is there anything else you think we should know as we evaluate your application? If you believe your first two essays and application materials represent you fairly, you should not feel obligated to answer this question. You may use this space to address any deficiencies or other conditions you feel may be important in the review of your application. Two Pages Maximum

Ed.D. Applicants

Essay Questions

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Responses to all uploaded essay questions should be double-spaced, typewritten pages with 12-point font and 1″ margins on all sides. Make sure your name and question number is at the top of every page in the document.

1. Discuss your short-term and long-term professional career goals. When combined with an Ed.D. degree from the USC Rossier School of Education, how will your previous professional and educational experiences allow you to achieve these goals? Also, please tell us why you have chosen to apply to the Rossier School and what you will contribute to the Ed.D. program if offered admission. Two Pages Maximum

2. What are the most pressing needs and promising opportunities in your concentration of choice (from question #1)? As an educational leader, how would you respond to these challenges and contribute to the advancement of your concentration area? Two Pages Maximum

Optional: Is there anything else you think we should know as we evaluate your application? If you believe your first two essays and application materials represent you fairly, you should not feel obligated to answer this question. You may use this space to address any deficiencies or other conditions you feel may be important in the review of your application. Two Pages Maximum

Ph.D. Applicants

Essay Questions

Responses to all uploaded essay questions should be double-spaced, typewritten pages with 12-point font and 1″ margins on all sides. Make sure your name and question number is at the top of every page in the document.

1. List specific research topics that interest you (50 word maximum)

2. State your specific career goals upon completing your Ph.D. (50 word maximum)

3. Statement of Intellectual Interests and Academic Plan. The statement should address your research interests and professional goals and the ways you believe they are consistent with the goals and orientation of the Ph.D. program. (3 to 5 pages)

Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy

Essay Questions

Please upload an essay, not to exceed two (2) pages, describing your interest and skills, goals and professional accomplishments, including why you are choosing a graduate degree.

MAII applicants: Please include your current understanding of the profession of Occupational Therapy.

Psychology Ph.D. Applicants

Personal Statement

Please upload your statement of purpose in the “Supporting Documents” section of this application, if you haven’t already done so. Your statement of purpose should discuss:

1. Your present interests in psychology

2. Any direct experience you have had with psychological work (research assistantships, volunteer work, etc.)

3. What you hope to be doing in the field of psychology ten years from now

4. Ways in which your experiences and courses have influenced your intellectual development and interest in psychology

Scholarship Questions

1. Describe how your personal history and family background have influenced your intellectual and professional development. Explain how your educational, economic and cultural opportunities and challenges will impact your future educational and professional endeavors. (500 word maximum)

2. State your professional goals and aspirations. (250 word maximum)

3. Please provide any additional information that you feel the scholarship committee should consider when reviewing your application for scholarship awards. (500 word maximum)
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University of Texas–Austin Graduate Application

Statement of Purpose.

Describe your reasons for pursuing graduate study and your academic and professional interests and goals. Attach an additional page if necessary.

Letters of Recommendation.

Letters of recommendation are required for almost all applications to graduate school. Most graduate programs use our online recommendation system. Check with the graduate program to which you are applying to determine how to submit your letters.
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University of Virginia Graduate Application

Statement of Purpose.

Include a statement of purpose, using a word processor or typewriter, preferably, but in black ink otherwise.

In the statement of purpose, briefly explain why you want to pursue an advanced degree. This is your opportunity to explain

* why you have chosen to go to graduate school,

* what your particular interests are

* why you have chosen U.Va.

Clearly express your thoughts in an organized and focused way.

Letters of Recommendation.

Two letters of recommendation in sealed envelopes with the recommender’s signature over the sealed flap (several departments require three letters). You should offer our letter of recommendation form to recommenders, with which they can compose their letters. Whenever possible, letters of recommendation should be sought from professors who

* have taught your classes in your major subject field

* are sufficiently familiar with your work to make a comprehensive evaluation of your abilities.

If you have already begun graduate study, at least one of these letters should be from a current professor who is familiar with your performance in graduate school.

For the reviewer:

We would appreciate your candid evaluation of the applicant’s potential to succeed in a graduate program at the University of Virginia. How well do you know the student and in what capacity? Has the student mastered the required background information for graduate school? Do they have the maturity and motivation to succeed? How well do they express themselves in speech and writing? We welcome any comments that will help provide a complete picture of the applicant’s potential in graduate school. Please feel free to use separate sheets if you desire.
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University of Wisconsin–Madison Graduate Application

Statement of Purpose.

The Statement of Purpose is possibly the most important component of your graduate school application packet. This is your opportunity to inform and convince the admissions committee that you are the right candidate for the program and you have what it takes to succeed. Be specific about your interest and knowledge particular to this program: Have you read an article by one or more faculty member? Has your advisor specifically directed you to this program? Do you have other ties to this program and /or school? Pick out the pertinent facts about your academic and professional interests that make you a good fit with the program and institution to which you are applying. (A statement of purpose is not a place to list everything you have done.) Mention extra-curricular achievements to illustrate additional dimensions of your personality.

Demonstrate curiosity, creativity, enthusiasm for learning, a capacity for teamwork, ability to think independently, and pride in your work. Using brief anecdotes is a good way to make your points. Explain (briefly) any incongruity in your application material; GRE scores or a low semester grade. Stay within the page limit specified by the graduate program. If there are no specifications, limit yourself to two pages. Be succinct and clear.
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Virginia Tech Graduate Application

Academic and Professional Goals Statement.

Please attach a 3 to 4 page double-spaced personal statement which includes the following:

Why do you want to undertake graduate work?

What do you expect to derive from your program of study?

If you have a concentration in mind, briefly outline your interests in this area.

What do you expect to contribute as a student and, subsequently, as a member of the profession?

Letters of Recommendation.

3 letters of recommendation should be sent directly to the academic department to which you are applying. We request that your references complete the attached

Reference to Complete

Give your opinion of the applicant’s academic and research abilities, providing examples where appropriate. Please indicate how long you have known the applicant, and in what capacity. If applicable, please comment on any special leadership/administrative abilities the applicant may have. Use this page or attach a separate document for your assessment.
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Washington University in St. Louis Graduate Application

Statement of Purpose.

All doctoral applicants should upload a Statement of Purpose. This Statement of Purpose should include your previous professional/research experience, current research interests and long term career goals. Full-time master’s applicants are encouraged to also upload a Statement of Purpose.

Letters of Recommendation.

For the Referee:

What is your estimate of the applicant’s promise as a graduate student? Please give your views on such matters as previous accomplishments, intellectual independence, capacity for analytical thinking, ability to work with others, experimental competence, ability to organize and express ideas clearly, drive and motivation. If the applicant’s native language is not English, please comment on his/her speaking, reading and writing competence in the English language. If additional space is needed, please feel free to attach your answer on a separate sheet.
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Yale University Graduate Application

Yale Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

Personal Statement of Purpose.

A 500-1000 word statement concerning your past work, preparation for the intended field of study, relevant background and interests, academic plans, and career objectives is required. It should be used to describe your reasons for applying to the particular Yale department or program. This statement may assist the admissions committee in evaluating your aptitude and motivation for graduate study.

Letters of Recommendation.

Three letters of recommendation are required from individuals who can evaluate your academic work, intellectual ability, and/or academic potential for graduate work. At least one recommendation should originate from a faculty member of the last institution you attended as a full-time student. You may submit more than three letters of recommendation.

Yale University School of Nursing

Admissions Essay.

Please address the following items in one comprehensive essay, discussed in the order listed, limiting your entire essay to two pages (single-spaced) using a font size that is easily read, 11-12 characters per inch. This essay is evaluated on the basis of composition, clarity of thought, ability to follow instructions, and responses to the following questions. Please answer each question thoroughly; do not skip any question or portion of a question.

1. Discuss the development of your interest in graduate education in nursing, specifically:

Why are you choosing to pursue a career as an advanced practice nurse in a given specialty, such as midwifery, acute care nurse practitioner, pediatric nurse practitioner, etc.? Why have you chosen this career rather than an advanced degree in another health field?

Describe observations or work experiences you have had with advanced practice nurses in this specialty and how those experiences have influenced your decision.

How does your background relate to this decision?

2. Describe your interactions with people in regard to health issues, illness or in crisis situations and how those events contributed to your decision to pursue graduate nursing education.

3. Discuss your familiarity with the research process and its relevance to advanced practice nursing. If you have had specific research experience, describe the project and the extent of your participation. Undergraduate and independent study projects may be included.

4. Advanced practice nursing requires the not only the ability to assess patients and situations, but also personal insight and reflection. Please provide a balanced assessment of your personal characteristics including strengths, weaknesses, and areas you are working to improve. Describe how these characteristics influence your individual and group interactions, with particular emphasis on your interpersonal style, leadership, and membership qualities, and those characteristics that influence the way others view you.

5. Describe responsibilities that you expect to continue or assume, such as part-time work, etc., in addition to your role as a student.

6. Describe significant life experiences that have contributed to your development, such as honors, activities, and accomplishments that make you a unique applicant. Be sure to include cross-cultural experiences, travel, hobbies, etc. that might influence your contributions to advanced practice nursing.

Letters of Recommendation.

Three letters of recommendation with the YSN recommendation form. (Extra references are discouraged.). An instructional form (print double-sided if possible) should be given to each person preparing a letter. Please seek references from individuals who are or have been in a position to objectively evaluate academic or work performance. (Letters on-file at your college or university can be used in lieu of one reference, even if the file contains more than one letter.

Yale School of Public Health

Statement of Purpose and Objectives.

The statement of purpose and objectives is intended to give you the opportunity to submit a narrative to each school to which you are applying describing your past education, experience, and current professional career objectives. You are encouraged to comment on any or all of the following: plans you have to use your education and training; the needs and/or challenges you perceive as important in your field of study; and any personal qualities, characteristics, and skills you believe will enable you to be successful in your chosen field of study. If you wish to send different essays to different schools, you may save each essay individually in the online application and may upload the statement to the appropriate schools.

Your statements(s) must be limited to approximately 1500 words. You are encouraged to compose your statement in a text-only word processor (e.g., Notepad, not Word), review your statement for errors, then cut and paste the final version into the text box. Please see our full instructions online for more complete formatting instructions.

Three letters of reference are required by SOPHAS but you may select up to five people to write letters of reference for your SOPHAS application. The participating schools of public health have individual policies regarding how many letters are required and who should be listed as a recommender, so be sure to contact the schools of public health to which you plan to apply before you contact your recommenders to ask about the individual schools’ letter of recommendation policies.

Yale Institute of Sacred Music

Personal Statement

A personal statement not to exceed 700 words explaining reasons for your interest in theological study at ISM/YDS. Include your preparation for or interest in the academic programs in liturgical studies, in religion and the arts, or in preaching and/or interest in and preparation for the ministry in common formation with musicians.

Writing Sample.

A writing sample of 5–6 pages representing the best of your academic writing and thinking. A portion of a senior thesis or term paper is acceptable.

Letters of Recommendation.

Three letters of recommendation are required.
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