Veterinary Medicine Application

So… Veterinary medicine eh? Welcome! Welcome! Speaking from experience, I know how hard it is to find advice for veterinary medicine applicants in Malaysia. This is still a relatively new field in our country and many people remain unfamiliar with it. So to all you animal lovers out there, thank you for choosing this professionContinue reading “Veterinary Medicine Application”

Applying to Medicine in the UK

Image Source Hello! I’m Jane Fang, a National Scholar who did my A-levels in KYUEM. I applied to University of Edinburgh, King’s College London, University of Cardiff and University of Cambridge for Medicine, and to University College London for Biological Sciences. I am very grateful to say that I got offers from all of theContinue reading “Applying to Medicine in the UK”

Applying to Pharmacy in the UK

1. How did you write your personal statement?   Instead of trying to emphasise on WHAT I have that will allow me to cope with studying Pharmacy, I wrote more on WHY I want to study that particular programme. I think that made my personal statement stand out compared with the rest of the applicants,Continue reading “Applying to Pharmacy in the UK”

Natural Sciences in the University of Cambridge

Image Source Before you start reading about my experience, I do have a reminder. Personally, I think that some parts of my experience should be an example of what NOT to do throughout the application process, as opposed to what you SHOULD do or CAN do. CHOOSING A COURSE Many students have a problem decidingContinue reading “Natural Sciences in the University of Cambridge”

Applying to Chemical Engineering at Imperial College London (Part 2)

Physical Interview If you do not receive the interview invitation by the end of February, your application can be considered unsuccessful. The admission tutor will interview all short-listed applicants in KL within a few days in the middle of March. One of the good things about this interview is that you don’t have to payContinue reading “Applying to Chemical Engineering at Imperial College London (Part 2)”

Applying to Chemical Engineering at Imperial College London (Part 1)

Image Source About me Hello people! I’m Kian Woon from Johor Bahru! I’ll be heading to Imperial College London this October to read Chemical Engineering. I studied at Sekolah Menengah Sains Muar prior to studying Cambridge A-Levels at Taylor’s College Subang Jaya. In 2012, I was offered the PETRONAS Scholarship to read Chemical Engineering inContinue reading “Applying to Chemical Engineering at Imperial College London (Part 1)”

Oxford PPE Application Part 2: Interview & Tests

Read Part 1 of the story HERE In the interest of full disclosure, I will say that I am privileged: with a nurturing environment, a family that encourages independence & unpopular opinions, a mother who is an educator, and a father who talks like a politician, mixing sense and nonsense with a poker face. (I kid,Continue reading “Oxford PPE Application Part 2: Interview & Tests”

Oxford PPE Application Part 1: UCAS

I’m Weiling from Port Dickson. I did A-levels at Inti International University, Nilai, and hold a conditional offer from Corpus Christi College, Oxford, to read PPE. PPE stands for Philosophy, Politics, and Economics. I think my teachers, especially, are quite dismissive when I tell them I’m going to study a subject that isn’t hard scienceContinue reading “Oxford PPE Application Part 1: UCAS”

Q&A with the Cambridge Medic

What was included in the application process to your university? From what I understand, UK unis do not accept any extra materials regarding your application. Stick to what is required, but make sure you do it well! How did you write your personal statement? The most important thing to show in your PS is yourContinue reading “Q&A with the Cambridge Medic”

Steps to Reading Law at Cambridge

1. What do I need to do to apply for Law at Cambridge? All UK universities go through UCAS, which is the standardized university application service provider. The process includes the submission of the standard personal information (name, address, etc), along with the all-important academic grades as well as a personal statement. These are essential,Continue reading “Steps to Reading Law at Cambridge”