University of Strathclyde

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    Former Employee - Research Assistant (Grade 06) in Glasgow, Scotland (UK)
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    learning, connections, great environment, ability to set your own schedule

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    Low pay and sometimes feel of isolation from the real world.

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    More focus on team building excercises to strengthen groups relations

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University of Strathclyde Interviews

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Updated Oct 20, 2014

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    Research Associate Interview

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    The interviewer asked about my cv, nothing complicated, I explain the things who I did during the University period and after him talked about the role. Then ask some tech questions

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Website www.strath.ac.uk
Headquarters Glasgow, United Kingdom
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type College / University
Industry Education
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
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Technically speaking, University of Strathclyde specializes in the technical. The school, which calls itself "the place of useful learning," is the legacy of an 18th century University of Glasgow professor, John Anderson, who saw the need for a technical institution that would be open to the public. Anderson's Institution began in 1796. Over the centuries the school broadened its horizons, and today it boasts some 20,000 students in such fields as science, engineering, business, and education on two campuses. Its Strathclyde Business School has one of the largest academic... More

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