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Teaching Fellow Interview

Teaching Fellow
London, England (UK)

I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at University College London in August 2009.

Interview Details Submission of CV and letter of interest - shortlist invited interview with panel of 3 faculty members (line manager, dept director, outsider)

Interview Question – How will the position help you achieve your long-term goals? and What can you contribute?   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – There is little negotiation for this level position at UK universities. Salaries stick very close to determined scales.


Accepted Offer

Positive Experience

Average Interview

Research Associate Interview

Research Associate
London, England (UK)

I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at University College London in September 2012.

Interview Details friend emailed me a job link he found on a listserv. I applied online; it was the standard academic application procedure. Maybe a week or two later I received an email setting up an interview for a week hence. Interviewed, and was offered the post by email half an hour after the interview was over.

Interview Question – None, it was a pretty straightforward interview.   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – My start date was incredibly negotiable. But that was about the only negotiating. Salary was completely non-negotiable. Work schedule was whatever I wanted as long as I averaged enough hours per month.


Accepted Offer

Positive Experience

Average Interview

Research Associate Interview

Research Associate
London, England (UK)

I applied online and the process took 2 months - interviewed at University College London in March 2012.

Interview Details Public Adv. for 3 weeks for recruitment, followed by selecting candidates for interviews and final selection.

Interview Question – Usually specific to your research experience   View Answer

Negotiation Details – No


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

Accepted Offer

Neutral Experience

Easy Interview

Ad Hoc Lecturer Interview

Ad Hoc Lecturer
London, England (UK)

I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at University College London in January 2008.

Interview Details Submission of required paperwork, with statement of purpose, and one-to-one interview. Interview, like application, was based on internal reference and never opened to outsiders, as this was a cut-rate employment. There was no negotiation. Salary was pre-determined by administrators within the employers. No benefits. No leave. It all amounted to voluntary work with slight financial reimbursement.

Interview Question – Why would you want this obligation?   View Answer

Negotiation Details – There was no negotiation. Salary was pre-determined by administrators within the employers. No benefits. No leave. It all amounted to voluntary work with slight financial reimbursement.

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