(Politics and IR), to interview one of the universities of London, any opinions, suggestions, etc. ..?
I asked to make policy and international relations. Thank God, I called for an interview TOMORROW. But this is my first interview as an undergraduate. PLEASE guys the experience you want to share with me? advice? a useful website? I really at this university, but I think I panic and forget everything. I went through some books and websites to prepare. Still very much afraid that my English is not disappointed me, but I was informed that there will be no written test
I think what need to know the problems in their field and be prepared to show his own understanding. Research and a lot of your university. also be prepared for questions Typical: Why do you want to study politics? Why do you want to study at this university? you see yourself in five years? what makes an effective student? I think it is important to speak slowly and clearly to show that you are an effective communicator. Again, so let your passion be positive and remember to smile and make eye contact!
Dr Simon Griffiths, Politics seminar, Goldsmiths, University of London, 17 November 2009
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