Your Business Management personal statement is a chance for you to show universities why you are so interested in their course and what drives your passion for the subject.
Every student looking to go to university has to write and submit a personal statement as part of their UCAS application. Before you embark on your personal statement, you should take a look at some of the Business Management personal statement examples that former students have submitted. These are all successful statements that universities loved and they will give you a really useful insight into what to include and how they are structured.
You don’t need to worry about writing War and Peace, your Business Management personal statement just needs to be a concise and informative statement about why you are interested in the things you are interested in.
Knowing what to include and what to keep out of a Business Management personal statement can sometimes be half the battle, so you should make sure that everything you include in your personal statement is as relevant as possible.
Make sure you mention:
Your passions (try and link them to Business Management where possible)
What experience you have relating to the course.
Any extracurricular activities that you have taken that are related to Business Management
If you're applying for a postgraduate Business Management course, then you will need to ensure that you talk about your undergraduate course and how it shaped your understanding of the subject up to this point too.