The Statement of Purpose (SOP) is a great way to introduce yourself to the university. Unlike transcripts and scorecards, it is a subjective essay that ideally includes details of your academic and personal undertakings, and connects them to your present situation. While a lot of institutes have a mandatory word count, it is recommended that you express your journey as best as you can in how many ever words you deem fit for the cause.
Your SOP should answer these questions:
It is essential that your SOP is structured well (beginning – body – end), and flows into an elaborative story that holds the attention of the reader till the end. It should be written in a formal yet conversational tone. Make sure you proofread your statement of purpose before submitting. The SOP is a crucial part of the admission process and must be dealt with utmost sincerity.
For Anant Fellowship applicants:
If you are submitting your Statement of Purpose for the Anant Fellowship, India’s first Fellowship for the Built Environment, make sure it covers the following: