Academic Transcripts : Applicants are required to submit an official transcript from each college or university that they have attended after secondary school with complete details of the subjects, marks obtained and other details like correspondence courses, diplomas etc.

Entrance Tests: For most courses and universities, International students are required to take IELTS (International English Language Test), which is regularly administered by the British Council. Some universities may accept TOEFL score as an alternative.

GMAT : For many management courses, International students are required to take GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test), though dozens of students are also admitted without it.

Most British Universities do not require the GRE for admission to post graduate courses.

Letters of reference or recommendation letters: Letters of reference or recommendation letters play a very important part in your admission. A recommendation letter is a signed statement from a person who knows you well professionally or has taught you in a subject that is related to the course you are applying to. It should list your positive and negative qualities, strengths and other such information.
Even if not mentioned, it is advisable to include at least two letters of recommendation in your applications as they increase your chances of getting admissions.

Statement of Purpose: The personal essays, and/or statement of purpose, play a very important role in the process of evaluating your application for both admission as well as financial aid because it gives the faculty, assessing your application their most significant impression of you as an individual. This section is the key to distinguish your application from other suitable candidates and a chance to market yourself.

A personal statement should include your reasons for choosing a particular course, the suitability of your education and experience for the chosen course, your personal interests and career goals.

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