Interviews are normally conducted by most Graduate Business and a few Engineering schools, in order to determine the strengths of applicants for their respective programs. At the undergraduate level, for Bachelors and other programs, interviews are very rare and only in cases where universities need further information to determine aid or other benefits to the applicants. We prepare you to gain your confidence and brush up your knowledge related to your stream. Usually interviews are scheduled to take twenty to thirty minutes, but they may extend to forty minutes or even an hour. In the beginning, the interviewer, who is typically the professor of your chosen department, will welcome you and check your name. It is not necessary to introduce yourself at length, especially as you can expect many questions asking you to describe yourself during the interview. The Most Likely Questions and possible replies:
1. What do you expect to gain from these studies?
2. Why have you changed your specialty (if you have)?
3. Why have you decided to apply to this university (to this particular program)?
4. Where do you see yourself in the next five (or ten) years?
5. What are the career opportunities (JOB POSITIONS) after the completion of your studies?
6. Name some of the multinational companies related to your stream?
7. How your course contents will help you get job in your field of studies?
In fact it is not the questions but rather finding opportunities to represent yourself fully that is the greatest challenge. Usually the interviewer will invite you to be bold in recommending yourself for the program by outlining your positive qualities and aptitudes in a persuasive manner. Recall the information you gave in your essay and/or in your résumé. Explain what you are able to contribute to the program (which may mean sharing information from your practical experience, your active participation in social activities, or other facets of your life).