Fragen aus Vorstellungsgesprächen für Graduate, von Bewerbern geteilt
Actually all regular questions like why you, where were you really good at/bad at, if Red Bull was a person who would it be, what are your experiences with Red Bull etc. The most outstanding question was actually asking what book I am currently reading.
Always tried to answer a bit crazy but still with a meaningful reason. After buying several books and having read a lot I actually did way to much. In the very end I didn't get the job because I wasn't able to answer the questions good enough after my presentation. Hence I should just have had to think of some marketing strategies and copy past school book stuff and maybe have one or two innovativ ideas. Also I think the job isn't as crazy as the pictures look like from the outside. Although everybody is extremely cool and friendly (working culture must be great there) at the end of the day you sell a rather unhealthy drink. You are in the Fast moving consumer goods industry. Not more, not less.
- As a service owner, how to bring countries using local solutions to a standardised global solution. - Thoughts on living in and adjusting to a foreign country.
If you indicated a second choice/alternative for the graduate placement: "You have applied for two graduate positions. Please motivate your preference for one or the other position."