C. How do field experiences enhance your application? _ What internships and/or jobs have you had in the past? _ What have you learned from your internship and/or job experiences? What skills have you acquired through your internship and/or job? _ How are your internship and/or job experiences related to your field of interest? Have your internship and/or job experiences prepared you for your future career? _ Have you been involved in any social services? How has the experience contributed to your growth, and how are these experiences related to your goals? _ What extracurricular activities have you participated in and how do they contribute to your professional goals?
Structuring your UCAS Personal Statement Although there is no officially recognised structure that a UCAS personal statement must conform to, it must flow in a logical manner and contain the information summarised in the introduction. A standard order for your UCAS personal statement could be: _ Introductory sentence introducing why you would like to study your chosen subject and why you would be suitable to study at university _ Give specific examples of your academic experiences and explain how these have influenced your choice of subject _ What your future goals are _ Explain what responsibilities you have had in and out of school _ Detail of work experience you have and how it has help developed you as a person _ Include a concluding sentence summarising your application