Cass Interview


GitoR

Hello,

I applied for Cass and have my interview sheduled for 18th March with Dr. Wes Harry. Please can someone share interview experiences with Cass? What type of questions, etc..

I will do the interview by phone which I consider a disadvantage ...

Cheers

Hello,

I applied for Cass and have my interview sheduled for 18th March with Dr. Wes Harry. Please can someone share interview experiences with Cass? What type of questions, etc..

I will do the interview by phone which I consider a disadvantage ...

Cheers
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waiwai

If you don't mind answering this - when did you submit your application ?

If you don't mind answering this - when did you submit your application ?
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GitoR

Hi,

I submitted about 3 weeks ago...

Hi,

I submitted about 3 weeks ago...
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SabrinaA

Hello,

I applied for Cass and have my interview sheduled for 18th March with Dr. Wes Harry. Please can someone share interview experiences with Cass? What type of questions, etc..

I will do the interview by phone which I consider a disadvantage ...

Cheers


Interview by phone is not a disadvantage...few tips:
1. read about the recent financial news in FT/ Economist (e.g. financial crisis in Greece)
2. Differentiate your short term and long term goals
3. Be very clear on how/what you can contribute in terms of knowledge to your fellow colleagues at Cass if admitted.

All the best

Nes

<blockquote>Hello,

I applied for Cass and have my interview sheduled for 18th March with Dr. Wes Harry. Please can someone share interview experiences with Cass? What type of questions, etc..

I will do the interview by phone which I consider a disadvantage ...

Cheers</blockquote>

Interview by phone is not a disadvantage...few tips:
1. read about the recent financial news in FT/ Economist (e.g. financial crisis in Greece)
2. Differentiate your short term and long term goals
3. Be very clear on how/what you can contribute in terms of knowledge to your fellow colleagues at Cass if admitted.

All the best

Nes
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GitoR

Hi Nes,

Thanks a lot for your suggestions. I have been aware of what is happening around the world, but being an applicant from africa I think the questions will be more focused on Africa and underdeveloped contries's issues? What do you think?

I say that the phone interview is a disadvantage only because it becomes harder to create an empathy with interviewer.

But I will do my best!

I'm also waiting for news from Warwick. I wish to get an interview offer from them too...

Cheers

Hi Nes,

Thanks a lot for your suggestions. I have been aware of what is happening around the world, but being an applicant from africa I think the questions will be more focused on Africa and underdeveloped contries's issues? What do you think?

I say that the phone interview is a disadvantage only because it becomes harder to create an empathy with interviewer.

But I will do my best!

I'm also waiting for news from Warwick. I wish to get an interview offer from them too...

Cheers

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fre3ze

Hi Nes,

Thanks a lot for your suggestions. I have been aware of what is happening around the world, but being an applicant from africa I think the questions will be more focused on Africa and underdeveloped contries's issues? What do you think?

I say that the phone interview is a disadvantage only because it becomes harder to create an empathy with interviewer.

But I will do my best!

I'm also waiting for news from Warwick. I wish to get an interview offer from them too...

Cheers



Can you please tell us how it goes once your done with it ?

Anyway's all the best for your interview. I am sure its going to be a good one.

<blockquote>Hi Nes,

Thanks a lot for your suggestions. I have been aware of what is happening around the world, but being an applicant from africa I think the questions will be more focused on Africa and underdeveloped contries's issues? What do you think?

I say that the phone interview is a disadvantage only because it becomes harder to create an empathy with interviewer.

But I will do my best!

I'm also waiting for news from Warwick. I wish to get an interview offer from them too...

Cheers

</blockquote>

Can you please tell us how it goes once your done with it ?

Anyway's all the best for your interview. I am sure its going to be a good one.
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GitoR

Thank you!

Sure, will be a pleasure to share my interview experience here.

Today I have received an interview offer from Warwick and IE. If someone have experiences to share with these schools please let me know!

Thank you!

Sure, will be a pleasure to share my interview experience here.

Today I have received an interview offer from Warwick and IE. If someone have experiences to share with these schools please let me know!
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GitoR

So, as I promised here I am to share my interview experience with Cass. It was a phone interview and lasted about 25 min.

The interviewer was very kind and polite and asked the following questions:

1. Why MBA?

2. Where do you see yourself working 2/3 years after graduation?

3. Where do you see yourself working 20 years after graduation?

4. Then he made a very specific question related to my essays. Linked with a solution that I took on my current project (leadership). He wanted to know more about how the people in my team reacted.

5. If any of your teammates in Cass wasn't pulling his own weight, what would you do?

6. Let's assume that your group has a project to develop in Turkey. One of your colleagues says, "I know everything about Turkey, so don't worry because I'll do the work". What would you do?

7. After graduation, what words would your team members use to describe you?

8. How do you intend to fincance your MBA?

9. Do you have any questions for me?

The interviewer spoke several times, along the interview, about the fact that the Cass's MBA is very intensive and tough. I think he really wanted to feel wether I am ready for the challenge or not.

At the end he told me that they will reply within 2 weeks. I really wish to receive the final offer!

So, as I promised here I am to share my interview experience with Cass. It was a phone interview and lasted about 25 min.

The interviewer was very kind and polite and asked the following questions:

1. Why MBA?

2. Where do you see yourself working 2/3 years after graduation?

3. Where do you see yourself working 20 years after graduation?

4. Then he made a very specific question related to my essays. Linked with a solution that I took on my current project (leadership). He wanted to know more about how the people in my team reacted.

5. If any of your teammates in Cass wasn't pulling his own weight, what would you do?

6. Let's assume that your group has a project to develop in Turkey. One of your colleagues says, "I know everything about Turkey, so don't worry because I'll do the work". What would you do?

7. After graduation, what words would your team members use to describe you?

8. How do you intend to fincance your MBA?

9. Do you have any questions for me?

The interviewer spoke several times, along the interview, about the fact that the Cass's MBA is very intensive and tough. I think he really wanted to feel wether I am ready for the challenge or not.

At the end he told me that they will reply within 2 weeks. I really wish to receive the final offer!
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fre3ze

So, as I promised here I am to share my interview experience with Cass. It was a phone interview and lasted about 25 min.

The interviewer was very kind and polite and asked the following questions:

1. Why MBA?

2. Where do you see yourself working 2/3 years after graduation?

3. Where do you see yourself working 20 years after graduation?

4. Then he made a very specific question related to my essays. Linked with a solution that I took on my current project (leadership). He wanted to know more about how the people in my team reacted.

5. If any of your teammates in Cass wasn't pulling his own weight, what would you do?

6. Let's assume that your group has a project to develop in Turkey. One of your colleagues says, "I know everything about Turkey, so don't worry because I'll do the work". What would you do?

7. After graduation, what words would your team members use to describe you?

8. How do you intend to fincance your MBA?

9. Do you have any questions for me?

The interviewer spoke several times, along the interview, about the fact that the Cass's MBA is very intensive and tough. I think he really wanted to feel wether I am ready for the challenge or not.

At the end he told me that they will reply within 2 weeks. I really wish to receive the final offer!


Thanks a lot mate. Can you do the same with your Warwick and IE interview if that is not too much to ask ?

<blockquote>So, as I promised here I am to share my interview experience with Cass. It was a phone interview and lasted about 25 min.

The interviewer was very kind and polite and asked the following questions:

1. Why MBA?

2. Where do you see yourself working 2/3 years after graduation?

3. Where do you see yourself working 20 years after graduation?

4. Then he made a very specific question related to my essays. Linked with a solution that I took on my current project (leadership). He wanted to know more about how the people in my team reacted.

5. If any of your teammates in Cass wasn't pulling his own weight, what would you do?

6. Let's assume that your group has a project to develop in Turkey. One of your colleagues says, "I know everything about Turkey, so don't worry because I'll do the work". What would you do?

7. After graduation, what words would your team members use to describe you?

8. How do you intend to fincance your MBA?

9. Do you have any questions for me?

The interviewer spoke several times, along the interview, about the fact that the Cass's MBA is very intensive and tough. I think he really wanted to feel wether I am ready for the challenge or not.

At the end he told me that they will reply within 2 weeks. I really wish to receive the final offer!
</blockquote>

Thanks a lot mate. Can you do the same with your Warwick and IE interview if that is not too much to ask ?
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