Institute/university will require a personal statement or motivation letter when applying for a bachelor or master program. Somehow personal statement and motivation letter are the same, but the difference is personal statement is more about promoting about yourself. Why you are the right candidate for a given program. On the other hand, the motivation letter is more about your future study plans on how the given program helps you achieve your goals.
Motivation letter plays a big role whether you are selected or rejected very well maintained and the organized document will enhance the selection on the other hand poor describing will make a rejection. Always focus on your strengths and reasons why you are the right person for the university. There are the chances even if you are an outstanding student with the highest grades, many accomplishments, and very motivated but you may not make it to a university-based on the way you have written your motivational letter.
Your plans or ideas should contain all your thoughts on why you want to follow the specific degree, the qualities you can bring to the program, why the specific university is the best option for you. Then, bring these ideas to a draft always selected fine-tuning word and should avoid complex words that can irritate admission officer.keep in mind admission officer receive many motivational letters form many students so don’t repeat what you have already in the application form or in a CV. Constructing motivational letter use most important interest that correlated with programs that university provided, don’t try to take too many points make precise and consistent writing such a letter can prove to be sometimes tricky and challenging for some applicants, who often find themselves wondering how the letter should look like, what it should contain, and how to convince coordinators that they are the right ones to be chosen for the programme.
Focus on some of your strongest qualifications, past experiences and qualities. Then combine the middle paragraphs in terms of the qualifications most relevant to the programme. In the end, you can also refer to your CV for more details. A good motivation letter will always be successful if the applicant is really interested and willing to get the desired place in the programme of his/her choice. And if you are not successful the first time keep on trying because you will make it!