Statement of Purpose for Engineeering Management

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Sample SOP for MSc Engineering Management in UK

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I believe that the ability to invent, innovate and discover is what has propelled man to the echelons of success. Throughout my life, I have been driven by the desire to create, to experiment a capability that transcends the passive acquisition of knowledge. I have always been captivated by the power of mathematics and science and this fascination inspired me to pursue a career in mathematics and science.

The boundless possibility of Business Interchange and the instant knowledge of the outcome that stimulates one for further analysis of a rationale in question is what I find most appealing about management and its application
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It plays a key role in anticipating man power demand and providing various solutions. Human Resource Management is not only responsible for hiring and firing but also to handle contacting job references and administering employee benefits. The project included recruitment of the employees and their transfer from branches to branches irrespective of their level. The most highlighting module of the project was that the recruitment was based on online Aptitude test. The “Online Aptitude Test” was appreciated by our project guide and external evaluator as well.


All through my school and college life I have been involved with various kinds of extra-curricular activities, not only taking parts in various kinds of competitions but organizing them as well. I always believed in the concept of the “sound body in a sound mind” and this has made me to play an active role in extra curricular activities. In my school days I was a member of the school football team. Our team had reached till the state level. I am even a member of the Rotary Club of India. In college I was the member of college cricket and badminton team. I along with my friends have organized blood donation camp in college 3times and there were more than 400 students who donated blood which gives the evidence of a fabulous response of the