This is a unique opportunity to take part in a role play group exercise to practise your interview skills. In this virtual session, you will join a group of up to five students whereby each of you will be invited to play the role of interviewer, interviewee and observer. The session will be facilitated by a qualified career consultant.
Before the workshop, you will receive some interview questions via your Queen’s email address to help you prepare. Competency based questions will be asked during this session. If you’re unfamiliar with these, you are encouraged to attend the session on ‘How to complete a Competency Based Application Form’ advertised on MyFuture. The presentation on ’10 Tips for Acing Your Next Virtual Interviews’ will also support your preparation.
Meet the Consultant
This workshop will be led by Joan Connolly, Postgraduate Employability and Career Consultant at the Graduate School. Joan is a qualified Careers Adviser with over 17 years of relevant experience in Higher Education. In her role in the Graduate School, Joan develops and implements employability programmes to enhance students' personal and professional development. Prior to joining Queen’s, Joan worked in human resource management in the private sector, specialising in recruitment and selection.
- Event type
Training / Learning & Development Workshop / Seminar / Course
The Graduate School
- Postgraduate Students
Careers Guidance / Support