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Interviews & Assessment Centres

In a competitive market, organisations are constantly looking to reduce the cost of recruitment while at the same time increasing the probability of selecting the best candidate. The interviewers will want to find out if you have the skills, personality and motivation to do the job and wheter you will 'fit' in with the culture of their organisation. Interviews remain one of the most important selection tools available though organisations often use pre-selection techniques such as telephone interviews or psychometric testing to improve their chances of success.

Preparation is the key. Review your application and practice your interview and testing techniques as much as you can.

 

Interview Top Tips for International Students.

More informationEnsure you match what you have to offer to what employers want and beware of your online image.

New!Watch the PwC e-learn package to help you to understand the interview process and how best to prepare for optimum performance.


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The CAS Occupational Surveys of various sectors provide students with an invaluable insight into how recruitment to the sector operates, the skills and backgrounds recruiters are looking for, and which organisations have graduate and internship opportunities.

Sarah Ryan
Careers Adviser
Last Updated: 28-Feb-2014