"The internship application process started with a CV, after this I was invited to take part in a telephone interview, the next stage then being a face-to-face interview which involved a HR style interview, a basic competency interview, and a short presentation to a partner. The whole process took no more than eight weeks from application to offer."London
"It is a very straight-forward process. The first stage is to submit a CV with optional cover letter. Second is a telephone interview. Third stage is an assessment day with interviews with persons from various departments of Knight Frank."London
"The interview process included one-to-one meetings with a number of partners regarding Technical elements, HR elements and general property related questions."London
"For a two-week internship I was very surprised by the seriousness of the interview process but it just shows that Knight Frank are really out to find their next employees which makes the internship even more worthwhile. I had to make an online application which involved answering various questions about why I wanted the internship and a copy of my CV. I then got invited to have a telephone interview. I then got invited to the main Baker Street office for a face-to-face interview with the recruitment manager and two partners of the business. There were four of us being interviewed and we rotated between the interviewers. I had to make a short presentation about my favourite building."London
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