Study objectives for Fulbright Scholarship Pakistan is all about convincing the USEFP committee “What you want to study” and “Why you want to study it?” – one that shows that you are mature enough to have made logical future goals and not mere impulsive ones.
Impressive opening for starting your study objectives? Want to continue reading? I am sure its affirmative on both. Today I am going to share with you the study objectives (last time I shared the personal statement of the same applicant) of a successful Fulbright applicant from Pakistan — her goals, career aspirations, her achievements, dreams, and challenges. But before I do that, do know that a study objective for Fulbright scholarship is all about answering the following questions:
- What is it that you want to study?
- be specific by telling about your majors and field of interest
- tell exactly the kind of program you want to pursue
- explain how this degree is a natural fit and is aligned with your previous experiences
- explain how this degree will help you achieve your future goals
Writing a study objective is not JUST answering these questions one by one. It is about telling a good story that answers all of the above in a lucid and attention grabbing manner. It’s not about dramatizing things – as if copying plots from Harry Potter. It’s about making sure to tie together answers to the above questions.
And the following study objectives from a recent successful candidate has done exactly the same. Read on and get inspiration from this applicant.