Have you recently applied for internships/graduate roles and want to learn a variety of invaluable interview tips?
Many of you have written your cover letter and completed online applications – but what is next? Interviews are the next stage of the recruitment process and the chance for you to gain a competitive edge. How do you plan to get a head start?
Banking on Women would like to invite you to our next event, 'How to Succeed in Interviews' on the
How to Succeed in Interviews will feature our sponsors who will be conducting intimate workshops, highlighting the key tips and tricks needed to impress your interviewer. This will include the opportunity for attendees to participate in an interactive behavioural workshop where you will be given a behavioural question to tackle, and sponsors will provide you with detailed feedback on your performance.. Following Internship and Graduate Recruitment Forum and Internships 101, you’ve learnt all about what employers can offer, we want to help you show them what you can offer. With internship and graduate position deadlines fast approaching, many of you will be faced with the daunting process of recruitment interviews. This event will focus on the interview recruitment process and what is expected of you. Learn from a panel of industry professionals about what you can do to differentiate yourself in your interview.
Following this, a rotation program will take place where students will split off into two groups and industry representatives will present on either Technical Skills or Case Interviews.
The two rotational groups offered will be:
+ Technical Skills: In this workshop, industry representatives will share examples of the types of skills that they might ask you to use in an interview and work you through how to solve financial problems. This will be particularly useful for students applying for interviews in the Investment Banking / Finance sector.
+ Case Interviews: This rotation will run through the case study section of the interview process and give you tips on the best ways to tackle them. This will be most useful for those looking to apply for Management Consulting firms.
Between the two workshops and at the end of the evening, there will be networking sessions where you can connect with our sponsors and other like-minded students.
Location: FBE level 2
Dress Code: Business attire
Price: Free for members and $5 for non-members
This event cannot be missed! Places are strictly limited. Tickets will be provided to students on a selection basis, so register your interest below! Registrations will close .