University Application

Top unversities in the world require various types of documentations in the application protofilio, including Application Letters, Statements of Purpose (SOP), Letters of Recommendation, and CVs. This page explains how our product Writelligent can accelerate your university application process.

Documentations in University Application

What is an Application Letter?

An application letter (or Cover Letter) is used as a general letter to the admission committee. It is usually around one page in length, focusing on presenting yourself as a suitable candidate broadly for a general college admission, rather than a specific graduate program. The same content might be used for various purposes outside of academia, such as job application, with a small modification.

What is a Statement of Purpose (SOP)?

A Statement of Purpose is an essay detailing the applicant's academic and career goals, research interests, professional experience, reasons for choosing a particular program, and how the program aligns with their long-term objectives. It's more academic and scholarly in nature and requires specific evidence to support the statements made. SOPs are typically longer (1-2 pages) than Application Letters, as they require more detailed information,


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