As well as an opportunity to attend specific GradClub workshops on interviews and have a mock interview as part of the 1 to 1 coaching service, there are a range of online and careers library reference books (some offered on a short-term loan system) detailed below.
Online Resources available to download
Download the following booklets:
- How to Succeed at Interviews (and other Selection Methods)
- How to Analyse your Skills (and promote them to Employers)
Many helpsheets are available as downloadable resources
- Telephone interviews
A list of sample interview questions
Our staff and other Career Professionals from across our parent body, The Careers Group, University of London, have provided reviews and descriptions of a wide range of other websites and online resources on our online careers resource library - Careers Tagged. Use tags such as "Interviews", "Case Interviews" and/or tags for the sector you've applied to to link to a huge range of online resources which can help you prepare for your interview.
Reference books, DVDs and student to student interview feedback
We have a range of books with tips on preparing for interviews in terms of what to expect, how to prepare and suggestions of typical interview questions. These include:
- Job Interviews: Top Answers to Tough Questions
- Great Answers to Tough Interview Questions
- Vault Guide to Finance Interviews
- Vault Guide to the Case Study Interview
These books can be used at the Careers Service or are available for loan for up to 3 working days for a returnable £10 cash deposit.
We also stock some reference books on Medical School Interviews.
We also have some DVDs which follow the progress of different interview candidates showing how they prepare and scenes from their real interview. There are also tips from graduate recruiters on what they're looking for and why. These DVDs can can be viewed at the Careers Service and include:
- Making an Impact – the graduate job interview
- Why Ask Me That?
Student to Student Interview Feedback
UCL students and recent graduates who've been to Interviews or Assessment centres can give feedback on their experiences for the benefit of other students preparing for interviews. A wide range of employers, sectors and course providers are covered and the information they provide includes:
- Format of interviews
- Questions asked (with examples)
- Unexpected questions
- Tips for future applicants
You can access this in the Careers Service Library.
Page last modified on 04 jul 12 14:51 by David Carter