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Succeeding at Interviews for Graduate Jobs

Ellison Building, Room A002


Did you know you can predict some interview questions? Find out how to prepare for interviews to give you the best chance of success.  We will look at the different kinds of questions you can expect and approaches to answering them.

This is a workshop aimed at students who want to know how to get ready for job interviews as they prepare to leave University. Lots of students underestimate how much they can prepare for an interview; this session focusses on different kinds of questions you can expect and the best way to answer them. We will encourage you to think about skills employers’ value and how you can relate your answers back to the job specification. 

So, whether you have an interview lined up, or you are still waiting for an invitation, find out how to give yourself the best chance to impress an employer and be offered a job. 

If you require communication or access support please contact Careers & Employment to discuss ways of organising this, 

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Ellison Building, Room A002


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