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TGS: Interview Skills

RESULT

At completion you will demonstrate increased self-confidence and persuasiveness when using English in job interviews and job offer negotiations.

CONTENT

Interview Practice:

Sell yourself successfully:

Negotiation process:

English Q&A Bank:

Time Investment

Attendance at every workshop is essential.

The workshops are held over three weeks, with one workshop per week. The first two workshops last three hours and the last workshop four hours. Homework is expected to take approximately two hours each week.  

Admission Criteria

For academic staff, with English as their second or third language, who would like to improve their language skills for job seeking purposes.  

Course overview

  • Course code

    TGS-IS

  • Programme is for

    For academic staff, with English as their second or third language, who would like to improve their language skills for job seeking purposes.

  • ECTS

    The study load for this course is roughly equivalent to 0,5 ECTS.

  • Date

    Check the available time slots on the page below

  • Time

    Attendance at every workshop is essential.
    The workshops are held over three weeks, with one workshop per week. The first two workshops last three hours and the last workshop four hours. Homework is expected to take approximately two hours each week.

  • Location

    On Campus

  • Course fee

    This training will be paid from central funds. However, you do need permission from your head of department

  • Maximum participants

    Max 10 participants

  • Trainers

    A qualified English language teacher from the UT Language Centre.

  • Course materials

    Cambridge English for Job Hunting, Colm Downes, ISBN 9780521722155
    Course materials will be provided by the UT Language Centre.

Further information
UT Language Centre
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053 - 4892040
 utlc@utwente.nl
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