How can you navigate the assessment centre process and present your best self? Whether you are applying for internship or graduate programmes, this is your chance to find out from industry professionals who run graduate assessment centres for one of the world's largest biopharma companies, GSK.
In this workshop, recruitment experts from GSK will help you understand assessment centre processes, what types of exercises companies use and why, and what exactly assessors are looking out for.
You will find out first-hand, what GSK looks for, how to present your best self and succeed at assessment centres. Join us to ensure success in your upcoming assessment centres!
What you can expect at the workshop:
- Introduction to Assessment Centre
- Types of exercises at Assessment Centres
- GSK's strengths-based assessment approach for early talents
- Mock exercises (strengths-based interview and scenario-based exercise)
- Discussion and feedback from GSK recruiters
- Interview tips on how to present your best self
Besides the sharing by GSK, there are limited slots for students to try out GSK’s Assessment Centres exercises, replicating the experience of a real assessment centre by GSK. Do indicate your interest in trying the exercises live, when registering for the workshop.
Who should attend?
- Students from all disciplines who aspire to join MNCs on the leadership management track or other competitive roles
- Students who wish to build the foundation of multiple in-demand career skills assessed in the recruitment process to gain an advantage
- No prior experience of assessment centres is necessary
- Spaces are limited for this session and non-Business School students are given priority booking. For any Business School students interested to register, please register for the waiting list.
Campus Recruitment Lead, SEA, GSK
Sihong is the Campus Recruitment Lead for Southeast Asia at GSK. She oversees the recruitment, marketing and attraction of Early Talent programmes including the Future Leaders (graduate) programme, internships and apprenticeships. She brings 10 years’ experience in the Early Talent space and is passionate about helping students navigate their career options.
Singapore Recruitment Lead, GSK
Charlotte is the Recruitment Lead for Singapore at GSK. She and her team looks after Recruitment across global, regional, and local commercial business units at Asia House and our manufacturing sites. She brings more than 8 years of experience in Recruitment and outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her two kids and learning about mindfulness practice, psychology and early childhood development.
Campus Recruiter, GSK
Winson is a recruitment professional with more than 10 years of recruitment experience covering early talent and experienced hires for a variety of industries that include pharmaceutical, aviation, ecommerce, start-ups, fintech, banking and insurance. Currently he is managing the recruitment delivery of intern, apprentice and GSK’s Early Talent programmes. His interests involve playing sports and watching performing arts.
Resourcing Manager, Manufacturing (Early Talent), GSK
Uma is the Resourcing Manager for all internship hiring at the 3 sites in GSK Singapore. She manages the recruitment of Early Talent hiring including Government Trainee Program at the manufacturing sites. She has 10 years plus experience in talent acquisition and she has been always passionate to bring in the right talents into an organisation.
Resourcing Manager – Manufacturing, GSK
Jeffrey is the primary recruiter overseeing all permanent hires across GSK’s 3 vital manufacturing sites in Singapore. A seasoned recruiter with over 8 years of business partnering, executive search and talent acquisition experience across diverse industries, functions and levels.
Date: Tuesday, 21 March 2023
Time: 2pm – 4pm
Event Venue: Online (via Zoom)
Faculties: College of Design and Engineering, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Law, School of Computing, NUS Business School
Target Audience: All students