We’ve made it easy for your company to efficiently select and interview the best UC Davis MBA candidates.
How To Schedule On-Campus Interviews
Contact Career Development to schedule your interview dates, keeping the following in mind:
Position Title and Description: Firms that provide detailed information about the available positions as well as some information about the company and division consistently receive the most vigorous response from students.
Type of Schedule:
Invite Only: Pre-select all of your interviewees based on a resume drop or other means.
Mixed: Pre-select some of your candidates and allow other interested students to sign-up for remaining slots. This ensures a balanced mix of students whose backgrounds fit your needs, as well as students who are very interested in the company.
Length of Interviews: Generally, firms choose to conduct 30 minute or 45 minute interviews. Some firms also opt for a rotating schedule which allows two interviewers to meet a single candidate in back-to-back interviews.
An effective presentation provides students with a strong sense of the objectives and career paths offered by your company. Because the UC Davis Graduate School of Management operates on a quarterly academic calendar, we strongly urge fall presentations that target both first-year and second-year students.
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