Motivation Letter

A motivation letter should not be only a formality. Because it reveals the applicant's devotion and objectives, admission committees regard the cover letter extremely carefully. Your character, aspirations, and letter-quality speak volumes about you. The Master's recruitment committee gives you the opportunity to prove yourself with a brief essay in which you are expected to reveal some pertinent and intriguing insights about yourself by demanding a motivation letter. Drafting a motivation letter for university admission may be difficult and stressful for some candidates, who frequently worry about how the letter should appear, what it should include, and how to persuade coordinators that they should be selected for the degree. Usually, A motivation letter is required in Europe and a Statement of purpose is required in USA and Canada

Structure of a Motivation Letter:
⦿ Brainstorming for Ideas: Before attempting the first draft, A student should brainstorm for ideas and ask the following questions.
1. It is recommended that you ask yourself these crucial questions when developing your motivation letter.
2. What motivates me to pursue this degree?
3. What am I hoping to get out of this degree?
4. What aspects of the courses or program most interest me?
5. Where do I hope to go with this degree, both professionally and personally?
6. How will the program benefit from my professional and personal experiences?

Write answers to these questions, then start drafting the motivation para-wise.
1. Introduction: A brief introduction of yourself and your background as it relates to your motivation behind applying to graduate school
2. Body: Your relevant details related to academics and accomplishments related to the field. You can also add about your professional goals as they relate to the program and why you are interested in a specific program/department/school.
3. Conclusion: A concise overview of the information offered in the body that highlights your qualifications and fit with the institution.

⦿ Write well and correctly: Be grammatically correct. Type and proofread your essay very carefully. Many admissions officers say that good written skills and a command of correct use of language are important to them as they read these statements. Express yourself clearly and concisely. Adhere to stated word limits.
⦿ Length and Format: Generally, the personal letter world limit varies through universities. You can expect to write up to 500-700 words or 1 to 1.5 pages. Fonts should be Ariel or Times new roman with font size 10-12.

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