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In today’s competitive graduate market place Assessment Centres are commonly used by companies recruiting graduates as a key part of their selection process. They do, however, come in all shapes and sizes. This session aims to give a comprehensive overview of the range of activities you can expect at Assessment Centres, and also offer some hints, tips and practice in the most commonly used activities. Learn how to match your skills with company competencies as well as what to expect on the day, how to prepare and how to sell yourself.
If you are applying to an internship or grad schemes, come along to the Assessment Centre skills session run by Teach First! We have some guys coming to Warwick from Teach First who will be there to give you advice on how to perform amazingly at assessment centres and make yourself stand out to employers!
The session will be held on Monday, 4th February from 6.15pm in A1.01 in the Maths & Stats department (through the entrance to Maths & Stats, head to the first floor by taking the stairs next to the lift on your right. Turn left out of the door and A1.01 will be on your left!) There also will be refreshments provided at the end of the evening.
Please note that this session is not Teach First specific and is here to provide help and advice for a generic application.
To sign up for this event, please follow this link and click on sign up at the bottom of the page.
Teach First is an independent charity that provides the training and support to enable high-calibre graduates to make a real impact in addressing one of the UK’s most damaging social issues, educational disadvantage. At the same time, while they are transforming the lives of young people in schools around the country, Teach First helps graduates to dramatically enhance their own career potential, in schools and elsewhere, and become part of a movement that is effecting profound change throughout the UK.
Few other options offer the same degree of genuine responsibility so early. And rarely, if ever, will graduates have the opportunity to make such a direct and important impact.
This event is run jointly between the Warwick Maths Society, the MORSE Society, PhySoc and the Warwick Maths & Physics society.