Case Interview Handout

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Case Interview Resources Include: Purpose of the Case Interview Types of Case Interviews Guidelines for Tackling the Case Things NOT To Do How to Prepare
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BBA Career Services Resources Materials  – Visit BBA Career Services (CBA 2.116) Workshops  – Attend a scheduled workshop for more information.   Advising  – Schedule an appointment with a BBA Career Advisor by going to  http://fcc.mccombs.utexas.edu/bba/ and click on the Advising Appointment System link.  You will need your UT EID. Appointment by phone is not available. BBA CAREER SERVICES HOURS CBA 2.116 8:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M. Monday – Friday 2
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BBA Career Services Red McCombs School of Business The University of Texas at Austin (8/08) http:// fcc.mccombs.utexas.edu 3
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Introduction to Interviewing Giving some thought to an upcoming interview and thoroughly preparing for it often means the difference  between success and failure in your job search endeavors.  The resources available at BBA Career  Services (CBA 2.116) provide much of the information, advice, and direction you will need for your  interview preparation.  Researching a company is also an important component to any interview.  BBA  Career Services has extensive information, such as company literature and profiles, which will help you  be completely prepared.  Remember that a successful interview is one that either generates a job offer or  another interview. On-Campus Recruiting The on-campus recruitment program provides you with an excellent opportunity to interview with a  variety of different employers.  When scheduling your interviews through our offices, make appointments  only with those companies that genuinely interest you.  Interviewing with companies just for practice is  unethical.  An employer typically spends approximately $5,000 to send a recruiter on a campus visit; this  is not money they want wasted.  Unprepared job candidates could discourage company recruiters from  visiting our campus in the future and thus limit the number of job openings available each subsequent  recruiting season.  Preparation Tips: Look at the company literature in BBA Career Services or the PCL Know the current status of the market for that industry  Think of what you can contribute to that company Attend employer receptions, company presentations and career fairs Learn the structure of the company Decide why you want a job with this company Remember that consistent business correspondence will keep your name at the top of the list Distinguish yourself from the other applicants on the schedule Remember…it is not what you have done; it is how what you've done applies to a company’s 
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2010 for the course B A 101 taught by Professor Evelyn during the Spring '09 term at University of Texas.

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