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How should you prepare yourself for a job interview?

What are the most commonly asked questions and how can someone make a good impression on the company to get the job?

If you have reached the job interview stage, you are at a very good point!

Your CV has hit the target and it caught the employer’s attention that has decided to meet you in person and understand if you are really the right candidate for the position.

The preparation required to perform well at a job interview may take some hours of your time, especially if English is not your first language.

Whether it is a telephone interview or in person at the company’s offices, it is absolutely crucial to leverage and exploit this opportunity, and to make all possible efforts in order to be successful. Among the most common errors during a job interview, are effectively answering competency-based questions and presenting your achievements without looking presumptuous or, on the contrary, showing a lack of self-confidence.

During a job interview (the duration may vary according to the company), you must be able to confirm what you have reported in your CV, demonstrate your skills and competencies, including your professional achievements, and your interest in the position.

Along with job interview preparation, we also offer you the opportunity of increasing your chance of success when pitching your skills and achievements to recruiters. The ‘How to Pitch yourself’ session will help you understand how to quickly underline your skills and obtain an interview with the company when selected by a recruiter.

 

What do our Job Interview Preparation services include?

Customized one-to-one training session of 60 or 120 minutes with an experienced career adviser – via Skype

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Learn how to make a good first impression and how to effectively answer competency based questions

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Increase your chance of success

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Customized feedback by your assigned career adviser

Increase in self-confidence and self-esteem