Environmental Science degrees at UWE Bristol offer you the opportunity to carry out your own investigations in their specialist labs, and use the latest mapping software in their dedicated computer suite. Find out more.
Your personal statement is generally considered to be the jewel in the crown for your UCAS application. All students are required to submit one and they are almost always what swings a university application. When writing your Geology personal statement, your statement needs to showcase your love and passion for the subject as well as your interest in a career in the sector. Passion, above all, really sells a personal statement and university admissions officers are always on the lookout for a personal statement that stands out from the crowd. Before you begin writing your Geology personal statement, we recommend you look at some Geology personal statement examples beforehand. These will give you an idea of the kind of structure your statement should have, what tone to use and what to include in your final Geology personal statement. If you are still stuck for what to write for your Geology personal statement, then we recommend using these three elements as a starting point: Talk about your love and passion for Geology. Any relevant work experience in the world of Geology. Any achievements, academic or otherwise. A personal statement is 4,000 characters long and while that can seem a daunting count to reach, it’s a lot easier to reach than you think! Keep it concise and clear about you and your love for Geology and you should do just fine.