Translate & Authenticate Your Documents
Universities abroad want documents that are translated to the school’s official language. If you’re applying to study a program taught in English abroad, you will need for your diploma, degree, and transcripts (sometimes course outline) translated to English.
Be aware that the translation should be authenticated by the right authorities. If you aren’t sure, check their website or send inquiries about it through the admissions office.
Motivational & Recommendation Letter
The motivation letter or cover letter should show your ability to perform letter at the institution and should include your skills, accomplishments, goals and objectives in life. The motivational letter should be well constructed, beginning, middle and end. So convey yourself as best as possible.
Remeber to use concise english when writing the letter.
The recommendation letter is sometimes asked by the university you are applying to. So check the requirements from the university you are applying to just so you know. Some institutions require one or several letters from a teacher.
Not all schools require these letters, its best to know each school’s requirements for you to apply.
Confidence during the interview
The last stage of the admission process is usually the interview. Not all schools conduct interviews but some elite schools like Oxford, conduct interviews to find which candidates are more qualified to get into the school.
The interview is usually to know why you want to study that course, why the particular program, your background, plans for the future. Radiating confidence is a great way to boost the prospects of your acceptance.
Pick The Right Program
Finding the institution is one thing then the program is another. Consider the career prospects and then decide on a specialization. Chose something that is aligned with your goals and vision, has a great reputation for your desired subject or meets other criteria that mean a lot to you.