Interview Skills / Mock Interview
For many of us, Interviews seem tough and scary but here at Oxford, we help you develop your interpersonal skills, and on the other hand, make you stout enough to face interviews in an appropriate manner.
Oxford has designed Personal Interview Training Program which, helps a student:
- Learn correct body-language
- Know right response to interviewer's queries.
- learn how to introduce / tell about yourself
- Make ' the first impression ' last longer.
The interview skills will include
Types of Interviews
When we think about interviews, we often imagine going to a place of business to speak with one person, usually a potential boss or hiring manager. However, job interviews can take a wide range of forms and may be held over in person, over the phone, or via video conference. Here are seven kinds of interviews that you may encounter in addition to the face-to-face, one-on-one interview:
Interviews over lunch and dinner
Full day interview
The interview process
Regardless of which type of interview you will have, they should all follow the same process. We suggest keeping the following GOAL Process in mind during an interview:
What to prepare before an interview
Knowing that you have an interview coming up can be stressful. But if you use the time before your interview to prepare yourself, you will likely look and feel more confident during the interview.
Research the company
Deciding What to Wear to Your Interview
What to take or not take with you to an interview
Practice answering questions
The STAR method for answering questions
Preparing your own questions to ask
What to do during an interview
Take care of the following steps during an interview
The Tone of Your Voice
Answering question well
Follow up after an interview
Completing the interview does not mean you are finished. There are several things you should do afterwards to make the most out of your interview.
A Thank You Letter
Evaluating the job offer
Accepting or Declining