Don’t be afraid of writing your personal statement. You don't need to get it right first time as even the best writers edit their material. You have 4,000 characters to impress us. Give yourself enough time to research and write a personal statement that shows you're a strong candidate for the course. We've structured our hints and tips into two easy steps to help you get it right.
Give yourself enough time to research and write a personal statement that shows you’re a strong candidate for the course.
Step 1: Think about the information you want to include in your application
Don't worry about the structure yet. Think about and write notes on the following:
Step 2: Structure and write your statement
You’ve done your research and written your notes. You’ve thought about the information you want to communicate. You have a clear idea about what makes you a strong candidate. Now you just need to do the following:
Good luck with your application!
Laura, NTU Admissions Team
The best personal statements are those that give the Admissions Team an idea of who you are, why you want to study your course of interest, and what you’d ideally like to go on to do after university. Give us an outline of what motivates you to study and why.
Watch our video to find out what to include and what our tutors are looking for in your portfolio.