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University Admissions/ Scholarship Interview Guide
16 commonly asked questions and suggested talking points
By Tony K Tan

DISCOVERING THE UNIQUE YOU From an Asia Perspective

Copyright © 2009 TKT Consulting Pte Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Notice of Rights: No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the publisher.

“ To break into the elite tier of US colleges, students have to distinguish themselves as renaissance individuals. Or in Oprah terms, demonstrate emotional and social intelligences beyond the usual IQ which Asian students are good in. Tony K Tan's book provides practical advice to develop the communication skills needed to carry this off. As a graduate of two prestigious universities and having led corporate recruiting at these institutions, I found his approach relevant and practical. Asian students need the finishing skills which their American peers naturally tend to develop in a more extroverted and reflective society. A worthwhile investment for those wanting to break into the Ivy League club.” P. Khoo, BA Stanford, MBA University of Chicago, Credit Analyst

"Insightful, useful and practical for any university or scholarship applicant preparing for interviews. A must read!" C.S. Tan, SB, SM, Massachusetts Institute of Technology '99, Scholarship Winner, Banker

“The principles in this guide apply not only to college, but also to first time job recruiting. Highly recommended” H. W. Hee, B.S. Columbia University ’02, Investment Professional

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Content
Chapter 1 Interview Preparations
– Section 1.1: Overview – Section 1.2: Top 10 Interview Tips

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Chapter 2 Interview Questions
– – – – – Chapter 2.1: Personal Chapter 2.2: High school related Chapter 2.3: College/university related Chapter 2.4: “Well roundedness” related Chapter 2.5: Interviewer related (available in full guide only)

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Chapter 1: Interview Preparations

DISCOVERING THE UNIQUE YOU From an Asia Perspective

Interview Preparations
Chapter 1.1: Overview
So this is how it works…If you have been invited for university/ scholarship interviews, congratulations! You are one step ahead of the rest of the application pool! But do not get too excited yet…hold your horses! You still have a little more to go to GET ACCEPTED or win that COVETED SCHOLARSHIP! The good news is you are reading this guide, and it will teach you on how to STAND OUT, how to DRAW the interviewers’ attention, and how to WIN the GAME! To be invited to an interview simply means “Hmm, I like this candidate, he/she looks great on paper, but I wonder if he/she is as good in real life…let’s find out!” University interviews, particularly for schools in the United States are usually conducted by an alumni while scholarship interviews may be conducted by a panel of interviewers. In both cases, they are conducted with the following broad objectives: To ascertain how genuinely interested you are of their institution ~ Is our school/ scholarship application just application number 25 on your list? Are we back up schools/ scholarship applications? How badly do you really want this?~ To assess your “soft” skills and determine how interpersonal and intellectually curious you are ~ Can you be one of us and fit into our institution/organization? Can you really contribute to the academic and professional surroundings? Are you a nice person and do I like you? ~ To confirm claims in your admissions/scholarship application and/or reinforce the existing assessment of your candidacy ~Are you telling us nothing but the truth? Are you as good as you sound on paper?~

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Interview Preparations
Chapter 1.1: Overview
Interviews should not be stressful or intimidating! Instead, interviews are supposed to be exciting, engaging, and definitely not a one way street discussion. Bear in mind that the best interviews are just like your conversations with your friends or classmates, stress-free but insightful. Interview questions can be quite predictable and very often, questions within a broad category are more or less the same. That said, there are subtle differences that you need to note and tweak your responses accordingly. But please, please do not memorize the suggested answers in Chapter 2! Your life experiences are different from mine and from the person sitting next to you in class. Everyone of you is a unique individual with interesting life stories to tell. Instead, you should use this guide for the following: Identify what the most commonly asked interview questions are. Know how these questions are phrased differently in different scenarios. Distinguish the subtle differences of the commonly asked questions and know how to respond accordingly. Understand the mindsets of the interviewer and what they are looking for. Recognize potential talking points/signposts that you can adapt and tweak to make it your very own answer. Put on your thinking caps to come up with the best responses based on your very own unique experiences. So, how do you be stress free in the interview process? There is no magic formula except to really just do your homework! Approach your interview with a clear strategy. The following page gives you the top 10 interview tips!

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Interview Preparations
Chapter 1.2: Top 10 Interview Tips
1. 2. Preparation is key and you need to know your application inside out. Research, research and more research on the school/scholarship organization! Talk to alumni. Do not try to be someone you are not. Elaborate and illustrate but be brief and succinct. Listen carefully to the question. Ask the right questions. Be humble, but do not be shy. Mind your language! Mind your body language!!

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

10. Be relaxed.

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Chapter 2: Interview Questions
Chapter 2.1: Personal Chapter 2.2: High school related Chapter 2.3: College/university related Chapter 2.4: “Well roundedness” related Chapter 2.5: Interviewer related (available in full guide only)

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Interview Questions
Chapter 2.1: Personal
Which three words best describe you? Which three words best describe you?

Be positive and upbeat. Do not mention adjectives that are negative. Be positive and upbeat. Do not mention adjectives that are negative. Make sure you provide solid evidences to back up your claims. Interviewers have Make sure you provide solid evidences to back up your claims. Interviewers have heard of many similar and sometimes cliché adjectives/words in the course of their heard of many similar and sometimes cliché adjectives/words in the course of their interviewing. But they probably have not heard "tenacity" told in your own personal interviewing. But they probably have not heard "tenacity" told in your own personal story of how you went from a “C” student to an “A” student by working twice as hard story of how you went from a “C” student to an “A” student by working twice as hard as your peers, taking on extra assignments, and most importantly, refusing to give as your peers, taking on extra assignments, and most importantly, refusing to give up on yourself. up on yourself. Your choice of adjectives is important but your personal stories that bring alive each Your choice of adjectives is important but your personal stories that bring alive each adjective are what the interviewer will remember you by. adjective are what the interviewer will remember you by.

Are you a good leader? Why? Are you a good leader? Why?

This question does not just ask about your leadership experience but also how you This question does not just ask about your leadership experience but also how you have excelled in that experience. Good leaders are humble, recognize strength in have excelled in that experience. Good leaders are humble, recognize strength in diversity by co-opting the different opinions and views within the group to reach a diversity by co-opting the different opinions and views within the group to reach a sound conclusion. sound conclusion. A good leader is inclusive, not authoritative, decisive yet not overly opinionated. A good leader is inclusive, not authoritative, decisive yet not overly opinionated. Remember to always include a "result" with your experience. How was your Remember to always include a "result" with your experience. How was your leadership recognized and do the closest people around you concur? leadership recognized and do the closest people around you concur?

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Interview Questions
Chapter 2.1: Personal (cont’d)
Tell me about a failure, either academic or personal, that you encountered and Tell me about a failure, either academic or personal, that you encountered and how you overcome it? how you overcome it?

Interviewers are trying to determine a few things here. First, are you able to Interviewers are trying to determine a few things here. First, are you able to succinctly frame and communicate the failure. Second, can you convince the succinctly frame and communicate the failure. Second, can you convince the interviewer that you have the abilities to pick yourself up from this particular failure, interviewer that you have the abilities to pick yourself up from this particular failure, learn from it, and move on. learn from it, and move on. Essentially, interviewers want to know you possess the finesse to overcome Essentially, interviewers want to know you possess the finesse to overcome potential failures in university life. You can keep this thought process in mind as you potential failures in university life. You can keep this thought process in mind as you think about this question: what was that failure, what happened, how you learnt from think about this question: what was that failure, what happened, how you learnt from it, what you did differently, and what were the positive changes thereafter. it, what you did differently, and what were the positive changes thereafter. Was there someone in your life that influenced you to take that academic failure Was there someone in your life that influenced you to take that academic failure seriously by encouraging you along the way? If so, talk about this person. seriously by encouraging you along the way? If so, talk about this person.

What do you see yourself doing 10 years from now? What do you see yourself doing 10 years from now? Interviewers are not expecting you to have your entire future mapped out. In fact, Interviewers are not expecting you to have your entire future mapped out. In fact, they are aware that university experience is every bit an exploratory one that allows they are aware that university experience is every bit an exploratory one that allows you to think more about your future. you to think more about your future. If there are a few career paths that you are contemplating, talk about what they are. If there are a few career paths that you are contemplating, talk about what they are. Then discuss how you intend to use your university experience to narrow down Then discuss how you intend to use your university experience to narrow down these choices. these choices. This approach tells the interviewer that you have given your future some thoughts, This approach tells the interviewer that you have given your future some thoughts, and that you will be sensible enough to make full use of the next few years to and that you will be sensible enough to make full use of the next few years to prepare yourself post university. prepare yourself post university. If you are interviewing for scholarships, you should see yourself in an impactful, If you are interviewing for scholarships, you should see yourself in an impactful, enthusiastic and contributing role given the nurturing opportunities that exist in that enthusiastic and contributing role given the nurturing opportunities that exist in that interviewing organization. interviewing organization.

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Interview Questions
Chapter 2.2: High school related
What would you change about your high school if you had the power to do so? What would you change about your high school if you had the power to do so?

It will be tempting to tell the interviewer all the horrible experiences you went through It will be tempting to tell the interviewer all the horrible experiences you went through in high school. Remember that schools/ scholarship organizations want students in high school. Remember that schools/ scholarship organizations want students who will make the best of their university experiences, including the bad ones. who will make the best of their university experiences, including the bad ones. A better way to answer this is to start the conversation by telling the interviewer how A better way to answer this is to start the conversation by telling the interviewer how much you have benefited from your high school experience. But if there is one thing much you have benefited from your high school experience. But if there is one thing you would like the school to improve on. it will be X,Y, Z. you would like the school to improve on. it will be X,Y, Z. Always be diplomatic when talking about your high school as it could be telling in Always be diplomatic when talking about your high school as it could be telling in terms of the kind of alumni you will become. Universities want students who will terms of the kind of alumni you will become. Universities want students who will become fruitful alumni. become fruitful alumni.

If you were the principal of your school, what would you change? If you were the principal of your school, what would you change?

This is slightly different from questions that ask how you would like to change your This is slightly different from questions that ask how you would like to change your high school. For this question, you need to role play as a principal. You should think high school. For this question, you need to role play as a principal. You should think about the repercussions of your actions to the wider high school community such as about the repercussions of your actions to the wider high school community such as the teacher and student bodies. the teacher and student bodies. In doing the above demonstrates someone who displays good leadership qualities In doing the above demonstrates someone who displays good leadership qualities and adopts an inclusive attitude in decision making. This necessarily also means and adopts an inclusive attitude in decision making. This necessarily also means that the candidate possesses a maturity that is likely to bode well for him in that the candidate possesses a maturity that is likely to bode well for him in university life or within the scholarship organization. university life or within the scholarship organization.

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Interview Questions
Chapter 2.2: High school related (cont’d)
Who is your favorite teacher? Why? Who is your favorite teacher? Why?

Make sure this particular person has left an impression and a positive impact in your Make sure this particular person has left an impression and a positive impact in your life. This teacher can be someone outside of your high school, or even someone life. This teacher can be someone outside of your high school, or even someone from earlier years of your life. from earlier years of your life. A couple of things to remember as you answer this question. Describe this teacher A couple of things to remember as you answer this question. Describe this teacher such that the interviewer will be able to form an image of him or her. Keep it short such that the interviewer will be able to form an image of him or her. Keep it short but descriptive. Remember you want to keep the interview as personal as possible but descriptive. Remember you want to keep the interview as personal as possible and try to connect with the interviewer. Imageries help. and try to connect with the interviewer. Imageries help. You need to of course talk about how this teacher has impacted you. Remember to You need to of course talk about how this teacher has impacted you. Remember to also chat about how you plan to keep in touch with this teacher! also chat about how you plan to keep in touch with this teacher!

If you could do so, how would you plan your academic studies differently? If you could do so, how would you plan your academic studies differently?

The key is not to demonstrate any traces of regret when responding to this question. The key is not to demonstrate any traces of regret when responding to this question. This is a good chance to address any academic weakness or lack of academic rigor This is a good chance to address any academic weakness or lack of academic rigor in your application. in your application. Take a step back and think about which academic weaknesses exist in your Take a step back and think about which academic weaknesses exist in your application and use them as a guide to how you would plan your academic studies application and use them as a guide to how you would plan your academic studies differently. This new "plan" should, as far as possible, address these weaknesses. differently. This new "plan" should, as far as possible, address these weaknesses. Although a very theoretical exercise, answering this question well tells the Although a very theoretical exercise, answering this question well tells the interviewer that you have given much thoughts into your existing academic progress. interviewer that you have given much thoughts into your existing academic progress. It also gives insights to the steps that you are likely to take to improve yourself. It also gives insights to the steps that you are likely to take to improve yourself.

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Chapter 2.3: College/university related
If you were accepted by five universities, how will you decide which one to go? If you were accepted by five universities, how will you decide which one to go?

Interviewers ask this cheekily to find out which other universities you have applied to. Interviewers ask this cheekily to find out which other universities you have applied to. Never forget that you should continue to communicate why you want to enter the Never forget that you should continue to communicate why you want to enter the said university. said university. Any suggestion that another university is better or that the said university is not your Any suggestion that another university is better or that the said university is not your top choice will most definitely affect your candidacy. top choice will most definitely affect your candidacy. That said, you can be candid in terms of your own university selection criteria and That said, you can be candid in terms of your own university selection criteria and how these criteria came about. Are these criteria based on family influences? Class how these criteria came about. Are these criteria based on family influences? Class offerings? Diversity of campus life? Always end with how you think the said offerings? Diversity of campus life? Always end with how you think the said university will be ideal for you based on your criteria. university will be ideal for you based on your criteria.

Imagine you are in an auditorium as a representative of [name of university], what Imagine you are in an auditorium as a representative of [name of university], what will you tell the audience about the school? will you tell the audience about the school? This is a question to test how much you know about the school and the profile of This is a question to test how much you know about the school and the profile of students the school admits. Above all, this is an indirect question to ascertain if you students the school admits. Above all, this is an indirect question to ascertain if you are a good fit. are a good fit. A creative way to answer this question is to think about the various goals you intend A creative way to answer this question is to think about the various goals you intend to accomplish in university. For example, you may want to major in Art History to accomplish in university. For example, you may want to major in Art History because the school is top ranked in the nation, and you want to study under because the school is top ranked in the nation, and you want to study under Professor ABC because she is well known in her field of study. Professor ABC because she is well known in her field of study. You can then answer this question as if you have already accomplished the above, "" You can then answer this question as if you have already accomplished the above, II am an Art History major from [name of university], which has the best faculty in my am an Art History major from [name of university], which has the best faculty in my field of study. II studied under Professor ABC for the past two years and here are a field of study. studied under Professor ABC for the past two years and here are a few unique things about the Art History program...” few unique things about the Art History program...”

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Chapter 2.3: College/university related (cont’d)
What are your other plans if you do not get into [name of university]? What are your other plans if you do not get into [name of university]?

You should start by reiterating (briefly) why the said university is ideal for you, but You should start by reiterating (briefly) why the said university is ideal for you, but you also recognize that there are a few other universities that are just as strong in you also recognize that there are a few other universities that are just as strong in your intended field of study. your intended field of study. Talk about why it is important to be optimistic yet at the same time pragmatic in the Talk about why it is important to be optimistic yet at the same time pragmatic in the university application process. Highlight your earnestness and enthusiasm in university application process. Highlight your earnestness and enthusiasm in furthering your intellectual development in the next phase of your life, which can be furthering your intellectual development in the next phase of your life, which can be accomplished ideally at the said school, failing which it can be done in other accomplished ideally at the said school, failing which it can be done in other institutions as well. institutions as well. Refocus back to why the said school is your top choice. Refocus back to why the said school is your top choice.

What do you think a [name of university/scholarship organization] student is like? What do you think a [name of university/scholarship organization] student is like?

Look at the admissions statistics, admissions brochures and university website for Look at the admissions statistics, admissions brochures and university website for clues. Where do the students come from? Is the university an extremely international clues. Where do the students come from? Is the university an extremely international school? What sort of careers do the graduates pursue? school? What sort of careers do the graduates pursue? Please do not cite word for word the content of the admissions marketing materials. Please do not cite word for word the content of the admissions marketing materials. If you have talked to alumni or contacts from the school, bring it up. All the better if If you have talked to alumni or contacts from the school, bring it up. All the better if you have been to the university and talked to the students. you have been to the university and talked to the students. Perhaps someone you know is from the same school. Is this person a role model or Perhaps someone you know is from the same school. Is this person a role model or someone whom you look up to? Perhaps he embodies the qualities of this school? someone whom you look up to? Perhaps he embodies the qualities of this school? What are these qualities? What are these qualities? To adapt the above responses for scholarship applications, students should replace To adapt the above responses for scholarship applications, students should replace references to university with scholarship organizations. references to university with scholarship organizations.

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Chapter 2.4: Well roundedness
What would you do if you can take a one year sabbatical before commencing What would you do if you can take a one year sabbatical before commencing university? university? Your response should reflect aspirations and interests that are important enough for Your response should reflect aspirations and interests that are important enough for you to want to take a year off. You should answer this question as though money is you to want to take a year off. You should answer this question as though money is not an issue. not an issue. The common mistake students make when answering this question is to only talk The common mistake students make when answering this question is to only talk about going to some far flung place to help the poor or build schools, thinking that is about going to some far flung place to help the poor or build schools, thinking that is what the interviewers want to hear. Nothing is wrong with community service, if you what the interviewers want to hear. Nothing is wrong with community service, if you really mean it and have a track record of community giving to substantiate this point. really mean it and have a track record of community giving to substantiate this point. Maybe you want to spend a year "getting back" to your cultural roots to learn about Maybe you want to spend a year "getting back" to your cultural roots to learn about your ethnicity? Maybe you are excited about a certain industry, and you think by your ethnicity? Maybe you are excited about a certain industry, and you think by having real hands on experience can shed more light on the classes you want to having real hands on experience can shed more light on the classes you want to take in university? Talk about these instead. take in university? Talk about these instead.

If you can go back in time and change history, what time period will you go to and If you can go back in time and change history, what time period will you go to and what will you do? what will you do?

Remember to do research on this question and know your history. Remember to do research on this question and know your history. One of the best responses that II have heard of this question came from a student One of the best responses that have heard of this question came from a student who studied Southeast Asian history. He picked the Second World War and added who studied Southeast Asian history. He picked the Second World War and added that he would ensure the British Army more than sufficiently deploy their forces and that he would ensure the British Army more than sufficiently deploy their forces and weaponry at the northern part of Singapore as Singapore was attacked by the weaponry at the northern part of Singapore as Singapore was attacked by the Japanese army from the north. In doing so, he hoped to potentially avoid the Japanese army from the north. In doing so, he hoped to potentially avoid the Japanese Occupation of Singapore. Japanese Occupation of Singapore. You can be as imaginative as you want to be in terms of how you want history to be You can be as imaginative as you want to be in terms of how you want history to be rewritten. rewritten.

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Chapter 2.4: Well roundedness (cont’d)
What personal or professional characteristics would you like to see yourself build What personal or professional characteristics would you like to see yourself build up in the next four years? up in the next four years?

Address this question from knowledge of your strengths and weaknesses. For Address this question from knowledge of your strengths and weaknesses. For example, if you are a strong student leader, talk about how you intend to continue example, if you are a strong student leader, talk about how you intend to continue building your leadership skills by getting involved in certain organizations such as the building your leadership skills by getting involved in certain organizations such as the university student government. university student government. Maybe you are a budding banker but you do not have finance knowledge. You can Maybe you are a budding banker but you do not have finance knowledge. You can talk about how you intend to take the relevant finance classes and liaise with alumni talk about how you intend to take the relevant finance classes and liaise with alumni from that sector to get more information. from that sector to get more information. Answering this question by referencing your strengths and weaknesses show a Answering this question by referencing your strengths and weaknesses show a candidate who has a good idea of who he or she is, and how he or she intends to candidate who has a good idea of who he or she is, and how he or she intends to maximize the upcoming university experience for personal and academic growth. maximize the upcoming university experience for personal and academic growth.

Can you tell me about a cross-cultural experience? Can you tell me about a cross-cultural experience?

As universities typically admit students from all over the world, they embrace cultural As universities typically admit students from all over the world, they embrace cultural diversity and want students who can appreciate diversity. This is a good time to diversity and want students who can appreciate diversity. This is a good time to bring up your experiences in another country, be it leisure, summer classes, cultural bring up your experiences in another country, be it leisure, summer classes, cultural exchanges etc. You can also talk about that foreign exchange student in your class exchanges etc. You can also talk about that foreign exchange student in your class whom you interacted with. whom you interacted with. In your discussions, you need to display enthusiasm and curiosity in understanding In your discussions, you need to display enthusiasm and curiosity in understanding the cultures of a different country, and emphasize how such knowledge gives you a the cultures of a different country, and emphasize how such knowledge gives you a broader sense of the world that you live in. broader sense of the world that you live in. Talk about what you learnt from the cross cultural friendships you forged and the eye Talk about what you learnt from the cross cultural friendships you forged and the eye opening experiences you came across. Compare and contrast what you experienced opening experiences you came across. Compare and contrast what you experienced with the culture that you are brought up in. with the culture that you are brought up in.

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Chapter 3: Conclusion

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Conclusion
I hope you have found the sample guide helpful. For a more comprehensive guide, you want to consider buying the complete 75 page REACH’s University Admissions/ Scholarship Interview Guide, with 140 commonly asked questions and suggested talking points. In the comprehensive guide, you will find indepth discussions on the Overview of the Interview Process as well as the preparation signposts for the Top 10 interview tips and preparation. The comprehensive guide will discuss the 5 core Interview questions categories, Personal, High school related, College/university related , “Well roundedness” related and Interviewer related. Most importantly, you will have 140 practice questions and will be able to know why the interviewer asks certain questions and what he/she expects in your responses. Buy it at www.reachasia.sg for only SGD$30. Subscribe to our free email newsletter service, Daily Q | college! You will receive a different interview question and suggested talking points every Monday, Wednesday and Friday in your email box, completely free of charge. Visit www.reachasia.sg to subscribe. *** Founded by Tony K Tan, public relations consultant turned investment banker, REACH is an Asia based college | mba | career advisory & services firm set up to: Assist Asia based and Asian university/MBA aspirants differentiate themselves, navigate through and shine in the admissions process, to gain entry into the academic institutions of their choice. Empower investment banking and finance career aspirants with the insights and skills to prepare and successfully overcome the highly selective summer or full time recruitment process of top global investment banks. Utilizing our proprietary three pronged REACH ApproachTM, and tapping into previous successful admissions, cross border educational and professional experiences in the top academic institutions and investment banks, REACH offers the most practical advice to its clients to help them stand out from the competition, and achieve their academic or career goals.

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REACH Approach
Self reflection & analysis Branding & positioning
Interviews Resume Recommendation letters
Goals and objectives Standardized tests Work experience

Academic achievements

You You

Extracurricular activities

A thorough A thorough DISCOVERY of DISCOVERY of yourself yourself = = An arsenal of An arsenal of anecdotes to anecdotes to share share

Personal achievements

Professional achievements

Analysis

Your unique university Your unique university admissions/recruitment brand admissions/recruitment brand

Crystallizing your Crystallizing your differentiating differentiating factors + value factors + value propositions propositions = = Your own Your own UNIQUE brand UNIQUE brand

Essay 1

Cover letter

Application & Brag Sheet

Admission/Recruitment Committee

Communication

Communication Channels

Delivery of positioning statements & messages

Communication Channels

Effective delivery Effective delivery of your UNIQUE of your UNIQUE brand brand through available through available channels channels = = ADMISSIONS/ ADMISSIONS/ RECRUITMENT RECRUITMENT SUCCESS SUCCESS

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