You've started to think seriously about your next step and studying abroad at leading universities in the USA, UK and Australia is something you're interested in. For many of you, many questions begin surfacing: What do I need in my application? What are my chances of entry? How do I write a convincing personal statement? What factors should I consider? And the list goes on.
And yes, the applications aren’t as straightforward as you might think. Admission processes and policies differ across countries and between institutions. Things are often more complex when interviews, standardized tests, essays and personal statements are mandatory components of a successful application. So, where do you begin?
Lucky for you, we have teamed up with Aureus Consulting to offer an hour-long webinar on the most crucial aspects of acing the USA/UK/Australia university application, which include:
Together with our partners from Aureus Consulting, we have over 20+ years of experience coaching medicine hopefuls like yourself and have successfully helped students to gain entry to their dream medical schools at NUS, NTU, Oxford, UCL and Monash. Our expert coaches have all the tips and tricks needed to help you put forth your best application and will be there for you every step of the way. Applying to medical school no longer needs to be stress-inducing!
“My Aureus counsellor guided me through my US College Application process step by step, from college selection, SAT/ACT tests, essays, until the interviews. With her brainstorming, I could reveal my hidden talents and exhibited them in the essays, making my application look as holistic as possible. And more, I could achieve the almost impossible dream: getting into an Ivy League school!”
- Lorraine, Undergraduate, Brown University
“Aureus Consulting did an amazing job in assisting me with my UCAS personal statement. I had a pleasant time working with my experienced and professional consultant who gave me the necessary tips, pointers and confidence to structure my personal statement for success.”
- Gus, LLB student, Queen Mary University of London