Jaguar Land Rover - Jaguar Land Rover - Graduate Programmes and Engineering Interview Questions & Answers
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Interview processAC consisted of one 1-on-1 interview. This was mainly competency based, marking specifically against their high performance behavioural values (detailed on their careers site). The questions were easy to answer, not awkward and too specific (which I had feared as the high performance values seemed strange to mark against). So on the competency side of things, it was nothing out of the ordinary - how did you motivate a group when it was failing etc. There were one or two questions based on market knowledge, I feel this is an area where a candidate could particularly shine.
Most difficult questionWhat issues effect JLR currently?
How is the automotive industry changing?
What have you read about JLR?
Interview tipsYou are told you will have to do a technical presentation but you are not told the subject. In fact the subject is completely up to you (they recommend a technical project which you HAVE COMPLETED)
an ideal project would be a university engineering project.
They looked for things such as how you planned the project, what issues you faced, how you carried it out and the results and applicability of the conclusion. You can prepare this before the AC for an edge (even though you are not meant to - most people had preprepared)
Experiences at the assessment centrewas quite a relaxed environment and I felt as though the organisers really tried to get the best out of you, rather than trying to catch you out.
- Group / Panel
- Senior Management
- Verbal reasoning
- Assessment centre
- Group excercise
- Background check
- Competency based questions
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After initially applying through a family member that worked at the Transport office, I was given a
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