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 Overview

Our University Interview Skills course will equip you with the skills and knowledge needed to prepare for your interview. We demystify the interview process by delving into the interviewer’s perspective, the information they already have about you and the criteria they’re using to assess you.

The course will also explore the types of questions you’ll be asked and how best to tackle them, and develop tools to manage nerves and negative thoughts, to enable you to have a more enjoyable and informative experience.

Contents

  • What to expect
  • Understanding the interviewer’s perspective
  • Traits that interviewers are looking for
  • Conducting research
  • Personal statement
  • Reading strategy for deeper academic knowledge
  • Planning ahead
  • Controlling your nerves
  • Reframing negative thoughts
  • How to approach questions and formulate relevant, focused answers
  • Coping with unseen texts and problems
  • Speaking your thought process out loud

OUTCOME

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Write a personal statement that describes your skills and qualities
  • Evaluate the relevance of extra-curricular activities to your personal statement
  • Plan super-curricular activities for your personal statement
  • Adopt a positive mindset for writing your personal statement
  • Express your reasons for choosing your course
  • Manage the process of writing and editing your final draft

Entry requirements

The minimum level of English required to participate in our courses is Upper Intermediate or B2 on the CEFR.

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