Interviews can be a bit scary, but with good preparation, you will be ready to impress. For some of you, this would be your first interview, so here’s what happens that day.
So you’ve sent off your CV or your application, and the company has offered you an interview. You want that job right? You’re half way there!
So much is said about how to succeed in Interviews, and in reality, it’s not quite as fine-a-science as people make out, I believe.
I have a PGCE interview coming up – what can I expect?
Some of you may have already secured a job after university…or just for the summer, but if you are one of those who find themselves with no job prospects, it can be daunting and scary.
There are moments in life when you want something so badly that all your energy is going in that one direction. That for me is my dream of becoming a teacher.
University courses that require interviews can put people off. Don’t let something as small as a 10-minute interview stop you from following your dreams.
The University of Worcester has a fantastic Careers and Employability Service, which is open to all current students as well as those who have graduated within the last three years! It offers several different types of advice and help that can be really useful to take advantage of during and after your time at the University of Worcester.