Some colleges in foreign countries ask to submit an Essay along with the application form stating you interest in the course and institution:
Lets have a look at the a plain essay written to apply an engineering course at Texax A & M
Essay on Interest in Attending Texax A & M.
I have born and brought up in Lucknow, my father has been working here in Lucknow from last 32 years. I having attended my grade 12 from the CBSE affiliated school in Lucknow, had from my childhood the ambition to attend the foreign university awarding a degree and skills of a high standard.
Now a days, when my grade 12th exams are around the corner and all the entrance examinations application are being made, I happened to know about the Texax A & M. It added a plus to my curiosity and looked to fulfilling my dream of having got instructed and qualified at a foreign university, when I came to know that the financial issues are also tranquilized with some NGOs having a good combination of work and repay system.
I having a good grasp at technical curriculums though out my schooling, shall be feeling very awarded once got the enrollment at Texax A & M in Mechanical Engineering a BS Program. The BS course in Mechanical Engineering is a fabulous blend of the world class theoretical modules and State of the art practical exposure at Texax A & M laboratories.
I know by reputation and from a number of sources and others that at Texax A & M, the Engineering curriculum is very challenging, but also rewarding. I believe I am more than prepared for these challenges and that I will thrive in this climate. Texax A & M campus already feels like at home. I believe that its academic opportunities will also provide a stimulating environment in which I feel I belong.
Having been professionally trained in Computer Science & Management, Haseeb Ahmad, an educationist, a dynamic education activist and the founder of Simt Foundation, is now working in Middle East as a full time employee. Out of his many responsibilities he is having a keen interest in guiding the students in the pursuit of their higher education, as he thinks the only hindrance in the social and overall development of the human race is lack of higher education.