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No Offer

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Difficult Interview

Teaching Fellow Interview

Teaching Fellow
City of London, England (UK)

I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at University College London in June 2011.

Interview Details – ok!

Interview Questions

  • It seems you have lots of teaching experience in various contexts. Could you highlighting some of your memoriable teaching situations please?   Answer Question
  • Ask me to lecture/explain an academic economics problem.   Answer Question

No Offer

Positive Experience

Average Interview

Research Associate Interview

Research Associate
London, England (UK)

I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at University College London in April 2012.

Interview Details – Applied and was offered an interview for the following week. Interviewed via Skype. Interview consisted of some basic questions about experience, behavior, and abilities. Interviewers were friendly and it seemed like more of a discussion than an interview.

Interview Questions

  • What are the differences between Alzheimers and Frontotemporal Dementia?   Answer Question
  • Living in a rural town in the US, do you think living in London would be difficult for you?   Answer Question

No Offer

Neutral Experience

Easy Interview

R&D Interview


The process took a day - interviewed at University College London in January 2010.

Interview Details – It was just discussion with the faculty about his research. I then toured their facility and was preetty impressed by the the equipment they had there. I was told the job had not been advertised yet and I would be contacted once it is advertised.

Interview Question – WHy do you want to work here   Answer Question

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