Candidates are required to submit two letters of reference
These assist the School in evaluating the candidate's managerial, administrative, and academic skills. Letters of reference will ideally be professional, with at least one from a current or past supervisor.
Students need to include a resume with sufficient details of their professional work experience including months and years for each term of employment, full-time or part-time hours of work, and a brief description of employment duties
Education, volunteer experience(s), accomplishments achieved at work, and any extracurricular activities should also be highlighted
Students do not need to use the generic CV form
Additional documents required
Statement of Intent: It is recommended that the statement of intent be approximately 1 to 2 pages in length, and should outline details around but not limited to the following:
-Why you want to enter the program
-What are your career goals
-How the strengths of the program match your career goals and will support you in achieving them
-What you will contribute towards the program
Transcripts or Marksheet
Degree Certificate in Original Language
Marksheet and Degree Certificate in English Translation (if original is not in English)
English Language proficiency scores
Infrastructure / Teaching Facilities
Security and Safety
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