Documents That You Should Have On Hand If You’re Thinking About Grad School

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For some of us, the plan after school is to wrap up our national service and then apply to study for a Master’s Degree abroad. If that sounds like you, then there are some things that you want to keep in mind. The first is that you should apply for as many opportunities as possible. And the second is that there are some documents you should always have on hand to make application processes easier for you.

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So, These Are The Documents That You Want To Make Sure Are Never Too Far Away:

  • Your country’s international passport: In addition to needing it as a form of identification, you will also need it for standardized exams and other underlying immigration processes.
  • Your transcripts from all institutions that you have attended in the past: For a master’s application, you only need results going as far back as secondary school.
  • Recommendation letters: Some schools will ask you for 2 – 3 reference letters. Those letters should be a mix of academic and industry based references, and you need to make sure to choose people who will provide very strong letters.
  • Your academic CV: An academic CV is going to highlight your skills, experiences, education and certifications among other things. It’s not always a requirement, but it’s undoubtedly better to have it than not to.



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