Innovative interview preparation platform Shortlist.Me has been launched to help students and new graduates prepare for their careers.

Screenshot of the Shortlist.Me platform

Shortlist.Me offers a fully interactive, flexible, and engaging online platform for students to undertake professional, timed and competency-based interview scenarios which offer a real-life style interview experience via virtual means. 

With a number of interview scenarios to choose from across multiple sectors, the platform is a helpful resource to anyone who is looking to practice their interview skills. The platform gives feedback on questions and allow for interviews to be sat numerous times with excellent feedback, suggestions and recommendations to help improve those all-important interview techniques. 

The service works alongside industry professionals to ensure interviews reflect what is being assessed in each chosen discipline. They are designed using questions asked by some of the world’s leading employers.

The website is part of the Class of 2020 scheme, which gives graduates of the University of Westminster in 2020 access to an exclusive careers support package to help their ongoing career journey. This package includes online resources and one-to-one support available from the University’s Careers Service.

Ben Powell, Work Based and Placement Learning Project Manager at the University of Westminster, said: “We are delighted to have this new platform which will aid both our graduating students and our current students when looking to secure those important job roles. In a competitive and challenging time, students both past and present need to be given every opportunity to access realistic interview scenarios in order to make them prepared for the world of work and therefore stand out in a competitive job market. I look forward to seeing the results!”

Students and graduates can access the service via Engage.

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