Landing a great job in a great hospital is not always easy as competition is often fiercer the higher you aspire. Study medicine Europe knows full well that such interviews can be nerve wrecking even for the calmest and poised graduate, which is why we offer sessions that offer tips that are tailored to your own Curriculum Vitae on how to sell yourself in the best possible way.
More specifically, due to our years of experience we have gathered numerous general, specialized and niche-specific questions that employers ask in each of the three domains, medicine, dentistry and veterinary, be these concerning hospitals, clinics, military facilities, research laboratories or nursing supervising units and even hospital management. We begin by mentioning some of the more basic aspects of body language, and continue by fitting your qualifications to a well-structured presentation strategy. This will augment your strengths by pointing out some very important do's and don'ts when it comes to discussing your work history, yourself, the new job position and company environment as well as your plans about the future.
We also set up mock interviews to help you get an edge over the competition, and we have tutorials that put you in the spirit of the interview. We don't just stop at coaching, as we also give you a hand in writing your CV and cover letter.
Meantime, we have been looking for jobs and we may even arrange for interviews. We cooperate with some of the biggest UK medical professionals recruitment firms, but we also have years of collaboration with NHS hospitals, after all, many of our students who graduated have jobs in most hospitals, be these state-run or privately run, to which you are going to apply, whether as medical or administrative staff.