Fashion Writing Guide
Where To Start
Your personal statement is one of the most important factors in getting a place at university. Admission officers need to read about a passion for colours, textures, and patterns. This is your chance to distinguish yourself from hundreds or even thousands of students with equivalent academic qualifications. To be successful, your personal statement must not only concentrate on your good drawing skills and academic qualifications, but also emphasise your career aspirations in the fashion world. Your personal statement must catch the attention of a busy admissions officers to gain admittance.
We understand that you simply cannot settle for "good enough" when it comes to submitting your personal statement. With only 600 words to demonstrate your achievements, accomplishments and artistic ability, we know that you need to create an immediate impact. Your personal statement is the only chance to market yourself successfully. Writing a good personal statement is more than just correct spelling; it is about what you say and how you say it. Poorly structured personal statements that do not provide genuine reasons as to why you want to study fashion, will only get you about as far as your university grant.
This sounds obvious, but unclear and unstructured personal statements are the number one complaint of university admissions officers in the UK.
But how do you create a convincing masterpiece? Where do you start? And what if you've left it to the last minute?
A well-presented personal statement with detailed reasons on why you want to enter the fashion world, will make the difference between acceptance and rejection.
If you have left your personal statement to the last minute, don’t worry, you can instantly access Oxbridge written personal statement samples. Just click here to access.
Next: Learn what admissions officers are looking for.
Note: This guide is not intended to replace the advice of tutors, admissions officers, or teachers; Get Into Uni simply provides advice and exercises to help you write a compelling personal statement.