How I Got A Job Interview With 3 Steps
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How I Got A Job Interview With 3 Steps

Know what it takes to get a job interview by understanding the 3 elements that can make or break your chances.
4.0 (4 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
482 students enrolled
Created by Erudite Academy
Last updated 11/2014
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  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 3 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • At the end of this course, you'll have mastered the 3 key steps in securing a job interview.
  • In this course, you will learn how to write effective cover letters, résumés, and write e-mails to future employers.
  • In this course, you will be given access to ready-to-fill templates that will ease this process in even further.
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  • Willingness to learn and motivation

If I tell you that the difference between getting and not getting a job interview, can be broken down into 3 simple steps - what would you say?

Do you know that most job applications have failed even before the interviewer viewed the resume?

This course is here to help you to not only get into the "consideration list" of the interviewer but also to leave a good impression; and it is broken down into 3 essential steps.

Resume: The most basic of any job application but yet the most "improperly done" of the other elements.

Cover Letter: After opening the email, what will make you stand-out from the crowd?

Email: Put yourself in the shoes of the interviewer, will you open and read the email that you sent to the interviewer? What will convince the interviewer to open the email out of the many thousands that he/she receive in a day?

Interviewer is just like us, a human. As a human and at this information age, we tend to make our split second decisions through first impressions. Because time is scarce, we will need to prioritize on things that give us the most benefit. To help us do a preliminary filter, that is when first impressions matter a lot.

The course helps you to eliminate that by:

1) Guiding you on every aspects of resume (eg. what to include, how to structure your content in such a way that you can highlight your specific skills)

2) What to write and not-to write in your cover letter (this is important because it serves as an extension of resume; this is where you answer the question, "Why Should I Hire You")

3) And finally, what will make me click on the email that you sent to me? The enticing subject? Maybe.

So are you ready to secure a job interview? Sign Up Now.

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Who is the target audience?
  • Job seekers who want to improve their results
  • Recent college graduates
  • Participants in and recent graduates from MBA programs
  • Current undergraduate students
  • People applying job for the first time
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Curriculum For This Course
15 Lectures
2 Lectures 03:21

How to use the internet to your maximum advantage.

Preview 03:21

Use the templates and do as you go along with the videos.

Preview 4 pages
The Resume
7 Lectures 42:35

The first seconds are the 3 key areas hirers look at your resume. Learn where to place them, and why resumes are important.

Preview 03:25

Learn how to identify key experiences and highlight your strengths in the least amount of words possible.

Preview 03:51

What do you highlight if you’re not strong academically and how to make yourself look smart.


Your biodata, otherwise known as opening statement, tells your prospective employer who you are as a person - learn here how to be sincere yet genuine.

Biodata (Opening Statement)

How much is too much information? Do you need to divulge race, nationality? (No.) Learn what's a good balance here.

Contact & Other Information

Fonts, sizes, formatting and all the tech know-how!

Mastering The Technicalities

A quick look at different strategies for technical resumes.

Resume by Industry: Engineers & the Sciences
The Cover Letter
2 Lectures 07:46

A basic look at what a cover letter is and the different aspects in one.

What does a cover letter cover?

How to write a perfect cover letter.

The perfect tease: covering just enough.
The E-mail
2 Lectures 15:17

A basic look at what a good e-mail covers.

What’s in an e-mail?

A quick how-to guide on escaping the dreaded spam box.

Don’t end up in the spam box –Tips & Tricks.
Course Summary
2 Lectures 00:00

Template folder can be downloaded in this lecture, as well as a quick guide on the steps need to be taken.

A Brief Recap & How to Get Started
1 page

Here's a handy document for extra reading, with summarized points for your reading pleasure.

Additional Reading and Resources
5 pages

A quick, fun quiz to ensure you've got the basic concepts down.

Test your knowledge!
5 questions
About the Instructor
Erudite Academy
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Asia’s Youth Development Consultancy

Erudite Academy is Asia’s Youth Development Consultancy with the mission of improving the quality of young people in Asia, enabling them to be excellent individuals in the workforce and community.

We work with individuals, colleges/universities, and companies to provide young people with personal and professional development through online courses, skills workshops, leadership camps, and mentorship programmes.

At Erudite Academy, we believe that people learn best when they are interested and engaged in what they are doing and learning. This means we design our programmes to be dynamic, interactive, experiential, stimulating, and practical.