Specific Instructions

A complete application has the following components:

Item —Name: It is very important that you list your name exactly as it appears (or will appear) on your passport.

Item—Education: Mention the field of study most appropriate to your study objective. Institutions: Please list all post-secondary institutions attended in reverse order (putting the most recently attended first).

Item—Work Experience: Please select the position title which best describes the activity in which you are currently (or most recently) involved and all previous experiences.

Item—Study/Research Objective: The study/research objective description that you provide is an essential and highly important part of your application. You should take great care to write a clear and very detailed description of the program you want to pursue.  Clearly identify the area(s) within your field of study in which you want to specialize or concentrate. If there is a specific research that you want to accomplish, please describe it

Item—Personal Statement: The personal statement is a narrative statement explaining what is special, unique, distinctive, and/or impressive about you or your life story. It may include details of your life (personal or family problems, history, people or events that have shaped you or influenced your goals), explain your interest in the field you propose to study, and demonstrate that you are well suited to this field. It should also touch on your career plans and your purpose in applying for study in the U.S.

Item—Additional Information:  Attach your curriculum vitae here.

University Preferences/Direct Admissions: You are required to state the university preferences, but if you would like, please complete this page as fully as possible. Do not just list the name of a University in which you are interested. Be specific. Provide the name of the department and the specific program within that department in which you are interested; how that program is linked to selected/advertised subject fields; if you have been in contact or correspondence with a faculty member, please provide the name and contact information for that individual.  If you have applied to a U.S. university within the past three years, please list the programs and the results.  If you have letters of admission, letters of invitation, or other correspondence from a school, especially a preferred program, please forward a copy (not the original) of this correspondence to HEC.

​SUPPLEMENTAL FORMS/DOCUMENTATION (required after initial short listing):

a. Letter of Reference/Recommendation: You must have three letters of reference (or recommendation) submitted on your behalf. Letters of reference are extremely important. All letters of reference should be written by teachers under whom you have studied or pursued research or by someone who has supervised you in work related to your proposed field of study. Letters of reference should not be written by persons related to you either by blood or marriage or by personal friends. At least one academic and one professional or work related letter should be included among the letters. The letters should be written in English.

Your recommenders can submit their letters in the following way:

  •  ​You can print out the Letter of Reference form and forward to your recommenders who will then complete the forms and mail to HEC.

b.   Academic transcripts: These documents must consist of:

One attested official record (transcript) from each university or post-secondary institution you attended, the transcripts should list the subjects you studied and the grades you received during each year of your enrollment.

After the initial selection you'll be responsible to provide the copies of all degrees obtained & transcripts, attested by HEC.

 c.   Score reports of standardized test: All shortlisted applicants will be required to submit the following score reports
 

  • GRE (Graduate Records Examination):  The GRE is required by U.S. graduate schools and/or departments for candidates in most fields other than Business Administration and Law. 
 

  • TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language): TOEFL is an admission requirement at U.S. institutions for applicants whose native language is not English.  

 a.  Optional tests, depending on your academic subject


  • GRE SUBJECT TESTS are required in certain fields. If you are selected for the Scholarship in this field, you will be asked to submit the GRE Subject score report.
  • GMAT (Graduate Management Admissions Test):  GMAT is an admissions requirement for applicants proposing to study Business or Management, as well as any fields which may fall within the scope of offerings of a Business school or department. If you are selected for the Scholarship in this field, you may be asked to submit the GMAT score report.