As part of the HPAIR Network, the Harvard Staff requires applicants from the University of Asia and the Pacific to go through the Society's screening process. Only those who are currently students or members of the faculty of the University of Asia and the Pacific can become part of the official University of Asia and the Pacific delegation. All applicants for the delegation must be undergraduate or graduate students no older than 26 years of age. Those not fitting the age criteria will be given observer status. The local application process in the University of Asia and the Pacific will be from January 10 until February 15. The applicants are subsequently interviewed. The official delegation shall be completed by the end of February.
Check out the CALENDAR for more details on the timeline of the application process. Application Procedures/Instructions
1) Get an application form (available in the Society Box located by the SEB board). You may also email us with "application form" as your message's subject and we will send you the application form. Fill in the application form completely.If the applicant is accepted, all relevant information provided will be published on the Delegate Profile Portfolio to be distributed during the conference.
2)Provide soft and hard copies of the particular essays required. Documents should be saved on rich text format only (.rtf), times new roman font type, sized 11.
3) Submit all the requirements in a short brown envelope with your name, year level, and course written at the upper left corner at the back of the envelope. Place the envelope in designated drop areas or submit to any of the 2001-2002 UA&P HPAIR Society officers. The deadline for submission is on or before February 15, 2002.
4) Schedules of the panel interview session will be posted on the CAS bulletin boards and through email. Application is considered withdrawn if the applicant does not show up for the designated time of interview. No reschedules.
5) Final decisions will be released within one week of the interview sessions. Good Luck! Requirements
1. Personal Statement - In a short essay (not more than 1 page, single-spaced) please explain why you are interested in joining the delegation to Australia and what qualities you believe you can bring to the group.
2. General essay on most preferred workshop as indicated in your application form. Essay should be double-spaced with 700-900 words. Be as concrete and specific as possible. Essay should be double-spaced and between 500-700 words. Please be as concrete and specific as possible. Cite sources.
3. General essay on the theme. Essay should be double-spaced and between 350-500 words. Please be as concrete and specific as possible. Cite sources.
4. Curriculum Vitae - CVs should be limited to 1 page only.
5. Class Break Schedule. (soft copy not required)
6. 3 passport-sized photos
7. P150.00 application fee, payable during the panel interview
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Please Review my UA&P entrance Essay. PLEASE SUGGEST ANY IDEA.
"Type an essay that conveys your interest (visual/ theatre arts, sports, music, gourmet, cooking, etc.), accomplishments, family, educational, entrepreneurial, and social experiences; future goals, including your strengths, weaknesses and your potential which will positively contribute to the development of the University" (Maximum 250 words)
I have always loved singing. Songs by various singers like Ed Sheeran and John Mayer. It has given me the chance to enhance my self-esteem to a higher level, and has helped me to get through bad situations in my life. Another thing that has formed me to what I am now is helping others, by donating clothing, food, etc. to the poor, to the sick, and to the needy.
The things I hate most about myself, in terms of study habits, is that I tend to get distracted a lot. But even though I tend to do this, i actually find ways on how to finish my work; I do this by organizing my schedule, and setting my mind straight.
There are a lot of things that I need to achieve in life but, as a starter; I have to get myself on the right track. As a student, I am also inclined to study the different ways on making a business of my own. To do this, I need to get into a prestigious university, no other than UA&P. I know that this university will get me in the right track of achieving my future goal in life, and that is to be a successful Business Woman.
You need to search for personal statement formats to get a better idea of how the paper should be written. You need to link your ideas together instead of random statements about yourself. Link your background to what degree and career you would like to do. What interests do you have that has lead you to this conclusion?
Something like. I struggled through poverty as a child and through this, I developed sympathy and the desire to assist people that struggle to climb the social and economic ladder in this country. It drives my passion to help others and has helped me come to the realization that I want to make a career out of helping people in any way I can. Therefore I have chosen to pursue a degree in social work and hope to attend your esteemed social program at "whatever" University. I feel that your undergraduate program can help me in yada yada ways and so forth. get it?
Hope this helps!
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As part of your application for admission, a personal statement is required. Michigan State University is interested in learning more about your background, talents, and experiences and how you plan to apply them to your MSU education and future. Your statement may be considered as a positive factor to enhance your admissibility, as well as for scholarship consideration. Choose one of the personal essay topics below and write a short essay of up to 400 words.
Michigan State University recognizes that an assortment of interests, viewpoints, and life experiences are important in student learning and enhance the university community. Describe an experience, passion, or characteristic that illustrates what you would contribute to the MSU community and how this will add to the overall richness of campus life.
Describe a significant experience from the past two years which required you to interact with someone outside of your own social or cultural group (ethnic, religious, geographic, socio-economic, etc.). How did this impact you? What did you learn and what surprised you?
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