UCL School of Management

Career event

How to Stand Out from the Crowd and Succeed in Data Analytics Interviews


Wednesday, 17 February 2021
12:30 – 14:00

Have you ever considered a role in Data Analytics?

Join our upcoming online session conducted by a top tech consultant from iLovetobe who will be sharing an insider’s view on recruitment with a particular focus on Business Analytics.

Attendance at this session will give you an understanding of the different roles within the area of Business Analytics as well as the skill sets required to succeed. The session will also cover who the top recruiters are and the strategies they use to hire top talent as well as the types of interview you might encounter. The session will conclude with a short Q&A session.

This webinar will be delivered by one of iLovetobe’s top tech consultants, Ava, who has forged a career in high tech, giving her a deep understanding of recruiting within the tech industry as a whole and she regularly places candidates in top companies such as Google, Amazon and Facebook. Having worked with top tier firms from London to Silicon Valley, Ava has excellent experience working closely with technology teams, data scientists and analysts and has brought her wealth of knowledge and industry expertise to train and assess hundreds of business schools students each year across Europe for careers in tech.

iLovetobe specialises in assessing, training and helping international students to secure the best jobs globally. Working with some of the finest business schools and universities across 10+ countries in over 20 schools and preparing several thousand students every year to enter into international careers in industries such as tech, consulting, finance and marketing as well as leadership programmes in blue chip companies.

Register today!

Spaces are limited so reserve early to avoid disappointment.

This event is part of Stream 3 of the Careers and Professional Development Programme series for UCL School of Management postgraduate 2020/21 students.

Last updated Monday, 15 February 2021