Embassy Interview Preperation
Embassy interview is an important step prior to the final confirmation of student visa approval for most countries including Australia, Canada, Germany, New Zealand, UK and USA. Your interview could speed up or delay your visa processing. Visa processing is based upon interview. Thus, it is necessary to prepare yourself for difficult questions of the visa officer.
The interview is taken by the ambassador or visa officer who may ask you a range of questions mainly to ensure that your application case is genuine and your intentions align with what is being written in the application form. The officer is a trained professional, who could ask multiple unrelated visa questions, not to annoy you but to know your real interests and objectives. If you are prepared, you can enjoy this process and meeting with someone who opens the door of a new country for you.
A Few Embassy Interview Tips :
- Be courteous, friendly and polite throughout the interview.
- Be confident during interview. Don’t show nervousness during interview.
- Give brief and clear answers. If not sure, then you can ask the question again. Be thoughtful in your answers.
- Be ready for any strange questions and don’t get nervous when you have them. They are meant to test your intentions, skills or IQ.
- Answers of all questions should be clear and brief. In some cases, rather giving wrong answer ask question again.
- Prepare yourself for any kind of question as they are there to test your skills.
Who Should Attend?
Any student appearing for a Embassy interview or a competitive exam where interview is the condition for admission.
The most important elements for embassy interview are:
Since confidence is the key to success for any eventuality, it plays a key role for embassy interviews. MIEL has a knack of building plentiful of confidence in embassy interviewees. This trait is inculcated in candidates by a series of exercises involving verbal and non-verbal tasks. Capability and confidence is infused in candidates by simulated embassy interviews.
Incorporating Listening Skills:
Candidates of Indian origin are not familiar with the foreign accents of English language. MIEL gives an enormous training in familiarizing candidates with British and American accents. Candidates are also exposed to prevalent slangs of particular countries.
Right Delivery (correct pronunciation):
MIEL gives a systematic training in delivering correct pronunciation of English language by indirectly teaching the elements of phonetics and structure of words. Stress is also given on the importance of ‘Pauses’ and ‘breaks’ in a speech. Both, female and male voices are introduced to get familiar with.
Since the tone is an integral part of a spoken language, MIEL gives practical lessons on how to control the tone for an effective delivery of voice.
A CV of any candidate is a mirror of the personality of its holder, MIEL teaches how to make your CV more effective.