One of the most important early stages in the life of a PhD student involves successfully completing the upgrade process. This article offers some tips on how to make the most of this challenging phase of your research degree.
Telephone interviews are becoming more and more common amongst recruiters, but that's only half the story when it comes to job hunting. Find out why, when you're looking for work, the phone can be your best friend or your worst enemy.
Interviews can be nerve-racking, particularly if you're not used to them. The anticipation is often worse than the actual event because not only are you walking into an unknown situation, but also you know you'll be judged on your...
Interviewers are looking to fill the vacancy with the best candidate. They are interviewing to find out whether you are the candidate. Your task is to persuade them that you are. In order to do so, preparation is the key. Following the...
You may consider that you have perfect credentials for the particular job you are applying for, but there will undoubtedly be other candidates who consider themselves equally worthy. Because of this, the way you present yourself is crucial.
Applying for a job used to be straightforward: a single interview (or certainly no more than a brace) and that was it. But nowadays you are likely to face a longer, more drawn out process involving any or all of the following:...
Can you put over your point of view effectively? Would you be able to explain a complex technical point to someone with only basic English skills?
Dr. Catherine Armstrong has written these top ten tips to assist interviewers in the process of picking the best candidate.
Follow up article to preparing for an interview. In this top ten tips, you will learn how to succeed on the day.
You will have at least a few days to prepare for your academic interview, here are ten tips on how to maximise your chances of getting that job! Covering:Who are your interviewers?Know the institutionWhat job are you being interviewed...
This piece will focus on the interview experience of a particular part of the commercial sector: that involving so-called .milkround' jobs sought by university graduates.
You.ve applied for an academic job and to your delight you receive an invitation to an interview. What do you need to know? What should you expect? How can you prepare? What kind of questions will you be asked?
Neil Harris provides focused advice on writing and giving a presentation. Good presentations are required when putting your case, pitching for business, addressing staff meetings or chairing committees.