Choose Your Teacher For "English for Interview" Classes
Teacher Alexander C
Alexander C. USA / Ukraine
Teaches: English Native speaker
Student`s age:
General English, Corporate English, English for interview, Conversational English

Price From:
25,5 USD / 25 min
42,5 USD / 50 min

Teacher Carlos Daniel T
Carlos Daniel T. Ecuador
Teaches: English Near Native, Spanish Native teacher
English, Portuguese, Spanish
Student`s age:
Teenagers, Adults
General English, Conversational English, Corporate English, English for interviews, English for IT, English for Tourism, Legal English, IELTS, TOEFL, Cambridge exams

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17.9 USD / 25 min
31.5 USD / 50 min

Teacher Michael G
Michael G. UK / Germany
Teaches: English Native
English, German
Student`s age:
Kids, Teenagers, Adults
General English, Conversational English, IELTS, Business English, English in Accouning, English in Finance, English for HR

Price From:
25,5 USD / 25 min
42,5 USD / 50 min

What is English for Interview?
English for Interview is a specific direction in the study of the English language, the purpose of which is to help the candidate prepare well for an interview in a non-native language.
The interview itself is a serious test, and in English it turns into a nightmare.
You can be a qualified specialist and an expert in your field, but if you do not prepare well for an interview, you may lose your chance to get a job in a foreign company or not enter a prestigious university.

What does the interviewer often check?
– ability to perform certain work, experience;
– the ability to come up with interesting answers, questions;
– the level of knowledge of the English language, the presence of grammatical and lexical errors;
– knowledge of professional terminology;
– willingness to move and live in another country;
– the opportunity to participate in negotiations and other events, go on business trips;
– personal qualities and level of resistance to stress of the candidate.

How can English for Interview help?
– write a good resume and cover letter;
– to develop the ability to convince, to be competent and accurate in their statements;
– improve professional vocabulary;
– to study the nuances of the use of temporary structures;
– play and rehearse all possible questions and answers to them;
– to pump the ability to perceive English by ear, and to speak confidently;
– understand which topics are acceptable and which are not;
– emphasize your merits, and prove that you are exactly the one who is needed.