Statement ofPurpose

The Statement of Purpose is the most important part of your application that will tell the admissions committee who you are in some detail, what you want to learn about in your applied courses, what has influenced your career path so far, your professional interests and where you plan to go from here. It is a long essay that includes a brief introduction, educational background, employment history, course details of the applied course, career goals, and many more things.

The statement of purpose approximately consists of 1000 words. It is a declarative sentence that summarizes the specific topic and goals of a document. It is typically included in the introduction to give the reader an accurate, concrete understanding of what the document will cover and what admissions committee can gain from reading it. So the statement of purpose should be clear and genuine with proper checking of every grammar error, spelling, or any else mistakes. It plays a vital role in admission.

Statement of Purpose must include the following information:

  • Your personal brief introduction or you can start with personal philosophy/motto if you like. It includes your name, address, your intent for the course, etc.
  • You should state your academic achievements or history and English proficiency with respective dates. Also the training, internship, employment history if applicable.
  • The reason to choose the particular education destination where students should have some comparative differences like health and safety, education system, duration to complete and cost analysis as well as definitely career opportunity with that country and also why not to study in Nepal or any other country.
  • The reason to choose a particular education provider compares to other institutions in terms of graduation and employability rate, student support, student/teacher ratio at the class, and any further good point like Academic requirement, tuition fees, IELTS requirement of institution ranking and also with about the chosen city.
  • The student must be clear about the course he/she is applying for and how that program fits with your future plans and career pathways. In-depth you can explain the course (units, compulsory subjects, elective/major/optional subject, and possible career opportunity.
  • The main point of the statement of purpose is to show your vision clearly to the admission committee so your career plan should be clear and specific. You can mention the potentiality to achieve the goals you have set for yourself the career opportunity, the competitive benefit you will get with the help of your applied course.
  • For the financial coverage of your studies, you should explain your family’s financial capacity and circumstances of the sponsor.
  • The student should aware of the GTE requirement and immigration history, here student needs to explain whether they have applied earlier to any country, immigration history, previous travel history.
  • As final words, you can conclude the statement of purpose by requesting your admission to that particular institution with the course you have chosen.


Visa Interview

Generally, For interview students are required to know following things.

Normally Interview Starts with General Greetings.
The First Question in interview are generally about Introduction of the students which includes academic details, level completed, passed percentage, Faculty, Passed year, Gap if any etc.
Detail information about the course is third important factor that student requires to know for interview. This includes number of semesters to be study, course start date, course end date, campus location, total credit points, number of core units and elective units, name of at least 7 units, total fees, semester fees etc.

Career plan of students determines the level of the students. University/College and High Commissions determines if the student are genuine or not from the career plan of the students. Hence the student should have clear career plan. Career plan need to have answer to what students wants to do after degree?, what jobs will they be looking?, Names of Few National and Multinational Companies?, Job Responsibilities student might receive?, salary expectation?, if doing Business profit expected? Etc.

Why that Country? Student should have clear answer to this question. They should tell some good points about that country, which will help student to achieve their career plan.

Why not Home Country? The student should have clear point instead of studying in home country, why he/she wants to study abroad? The answer to this question might be less number of University/Colleges, High Competition, traditional teaching method, no modern technology in classroom, theoretical based teaching, no proper timing of exams etc.

Why not other countries? The student should compare with others countries and show pros and cons. It could be living expenses, study environment, money exchange rate, tuition fees of Universities etc.

Why this University or College? The Student should compare some Universities or colleges of the destined country. The comparison could be made according to class size, location of college/University, Tuition fee, Avaibility of Course, Teachers Experience etc. Among them student should choose best fit to them

Financial Background Students should be well aware about the occupation of the sponsors, exact figure of the students sponsors Annual Income, details of the funds being held, Loan or Bank Balance, etc.

VISA Conditions Students are required to be well aware regarding the Visa condition of the Destined Country.

Working Part Time Students should be well aware regarding working part time.

Applying with Dependent If the student is married, He/She should be well informed regarding his/her spouse. Marriage Date, Birthday, qualification, work of Dependent, Law Familys details, family members, job description, types of marriage. If Dependent is accompanying the student he/she should have clear answer what he/she will be doing in abroad? If not coming with the students, if there is any plan in future to join student etc.

Expenses Students should know about the expenses required during their stay in abroad. The expense includes Tuition Fee, Living expense, Travelling Expense, Insurance Cost etc. The expense should be calculated semester wise, year wise and for whole duration

Bio Data

Bio-data, CV (Curriculum Vitae), or Resume contains a lot about the applicant. Basically, the CV contains all the general information regarding the applicant. CV or Resume is a glance at the applicant.

Basically, a CV should contain the following information:

General Information regarding the applicant

In the first phase, a CV should contain general information regarding the applicant. The general information is named, date of birth, address, phone number, email address, etc.

Educational Background

Educational Background is an essential component of a CV. Educational background should have details about the levels completed, percentage attained, division, and passed year. Generally in Nepal, we start from SLC/SEE level.

Job / Internship / Volunteering Experiences.

We should mention our experience regarding our work, Internship, and Volunteering experiences. We should mention the organization from where we have the experience, date FROM to TO experience, and a reference if possible. Generally, reference is the contact details of that organization’s personnel who can verify that you truly have experience in that organization.

Honors/ Qualities/ Skills

If the applicant has received any kinds of Honors it should be mentioned on their CV. If the applicant has any special qualities of leadership skills it could be mentioned on their CV. An example of leadership skill could be involvement in Clubs, Scouts, Red Cross Society, etc. These qualities are highly appreciated.

Some Other Important body of the CV

We can also add the objective of the applicant in the CV. A CV should be simple and easy to understand. The layout of the CV should be simple and understandable. It is better to use easy and common words in the CV. Less Spelling errors should have in the CVs.


A recommendation letter or letter of recommendation, also known as a letter of reference,reference letter or simply reference, is a document in which the writer assesses the qualities, characteristics, and capabilities of the person being recommended in terms of that individual’s ability to perform a particular task or function. It includes a paragraph or sentence that explains how you know this person, an evaluation of the person and their skills/accomplishments and the duration of your relationship with them.The goal of recommendation letters is to vouch for the skills, achievements, and aptitude of the person being recommended.

Work ExperienceLetter

A letter of employment is signed by an authorized representative of a prospective tenant’s employer, stating that the tenant is currently employed there or previously worked there and providing basic information about the tenant’s employment arrangement. It is also known as Employment verification letter or work experience letter.

Basically, any work experience letter includes the description of the employees name & address, job position, exact work duration with respective dates, the character, work habit of the employee etc.

Some Samples of Work Experience Letter