All interviews are conducted by a panel of at least two people. Once a suitable panel has been formed, with a time and date that all members of the panel can make, you will receive a calendar invitation with a Go-to-Meeting link. You must accept this invitation as soon as possible.
If you are unable to make the time and date of the interview again let us know as soon as possible and we will look to rearrange the interview. Please note it may take a week to find a new time and date and the new interview maybe two to three weeks after the original date.
If we have not heard from you within 5 days of sending out an interview invitation, the interview will be cancelled, and the application rejected.
It is important that you undertake the interview on a laptop or desktop (not a Smartphone or Tablet) and that you have checked out the internet connection as well as your camera (yes, we do need to see you), microphone and speakers. We often find that bandwidth can be an issue so it is important that you arrange to be somewhere with a strong internet connection for your interview.
Interviews normally last 35 – 45 minutes and need to start within 5 minutes of the time given. If you are not there then the interview will be cancelled.
If your application form and research topic form pass the initial review you will be invited for an interview. The interview is a vital element of the selection process of the DBA.
The interview will cover all aspects of your application, so you should be prepared to discuss and expand on anything submitted. Typically, most time is spent discussing the Research Topic Form. This means that you need to be very familiar with what you have written and the sources you have used; and that you need to be prepared not only to explain and defend your thinking but to consider alternative ideas and approaches that the interview panel may wish to discuss.