STUDY PLAN

A requirement for Masters & PhD Applicants

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A study plan is a scope of what is your main educational goals, and how you plan to achieve it in not be less than 800 words, clearly stating why you are interested in the program,Study plans are great tools that help to stay organized and effectively set times and days in devotion to their studies. Having a study plan is one important aspect that helps to stay accountable for their academic goals and outcomes.

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Include academic achievements, working experience, and any other relevant achievement in the study plan.

In your study plan must include such information which major you want to study or which field you want to research and make sure those information as specific as possible.   Also, include a list of your ambitions and personal objectives and do not forget to add target goals and plans after graduation in the study plan.

How to write a study plan

Students are required to provide a study plan when applying for arts, science, engineering, law or medical subjects. This short description plays a vital role in the selection process where potential universities will have a chance to assess your English command, education goals, and motives.

Kindly download this PDF to write your own Study plan like this.

1. Customize your OWN STUDY PLAN

Stay professional and genuine, when you write a generic plan, the CSC will know because they verify a massive number of applications. Your plan must have to be unique and your strength as well as your needs.     

2. STICK TO RELEVANT TOPIC OF DISCUSSION

Do not make any promises or assurance that you cannot keep. When people are desperate or hopeless, they start to do unreasonable things and make promises. A perfect study plan will encourage you to stay on track when it comes to the set study times as skipping sessions can cause anxiety. It can also make you more likely to continue skipping them, which in the long run, affects your efficiency. 

3. Use simple ENGLISH language

A study plan should range between 800-1000 words. Write your study plan in simple language. The positive impression allowed experience and knowledge will impact your future on return to your home country. The plan has to be realistic, be enthusiastic and avoiding using cliché.

What to Write IN a Study Plan

1. Set your Educational Goals/ AIMS 

Explain why you are interested to study in abroad and what attracts you most for studying here.  It is a good platform for talking about the country’s education system and cultural aspect that drove you to choose there. It is not enough to just state why you want to study, it is interested in your motivation to choose this. You must have to show that you are the perfect candidate. 

2. BE STRATEGIC: Think long term

As a student, you must think long term about your education. Though PhD takes on varieties type research, in that case, you do not have to cover all aspects. Once you build your immediate goals, explain how you see the program supporting you with your future goals. It will help the scholarship committee to get a better idea of who you are and why you are choosing your particular major.

3. WAYS OF ImplementING your goals

Deciding the goal is not enough, explain about your plan how you can overcome obstacles in your path so that you’re not stuck over there. The scholarship committee will be impressed if you offer a short solution to overcome the obstacle. If you are applying for PhD, you need to be more specific about your research than other levels. Include what methodology you plan to use for your research. 

4. KNOW YOUR TIME FRAME: WHEN TO DO THIS AND THAT

You must set a timeline for reaching your goal that you have decided in the course of your study. 

Establishing a schedule or a methodology also serves as reminders for you, which in the long run, makes you look and become more efficient and organized. It also helps in building that much-needed accountability for your goals by ensuring you stick within your deadlines and avoid the dreadful feelings of anxiety when time catches up with you and you cannot deliver on a project.

5. CONCLUSION

At the end of the plan, state why you want to study at this program and why it is important for meeting your goal and how scholarship can help you to achieve the goals. Write your study plan plainly so that anyone can understand your plan who is not in this field. Explain your research as specific as possible.  

What should avoid in a study plan

  1. Firstly avoid grammatical mistakes.
  2. Do not start your statement without a plan.
  3. Never exceed the outlined length.
  4. Never ask your teacher to write on your statement. Teachers only can help you with choosing and discussing a university but can not write the documents on your behalf. 

IN SUMMARY

A study plan is basic step that can be  referred to your career goals OR what you intend to do while studying. If you follow the steps, you will realize that writing a study plan is not an impossible task. Just keep in mind that any study plan you write must include a list of personal ambitions and goals to attach and serve as proof of activities you have been a part of. You have to talk about your plan and what you will gain from your proposed studies.
IN CONCLUSION, you must add your past qualifications and reasons for choosing china to proceed with your education.

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