Sky Graduate Interview Questions and Tips

This page provides you with application and interview advice provided directly by graduates working at Sky

"Brush up on your presentation skills, and prepare in depth for Sky Technology related and standard competency based questions. Having knowledge of Sky products (for example their TV channels, and technology) will give you an advantage in interviews, and in the group discussion. Once again, focus on what exactly attracts you to Sky over other companies Make sure you ask lots of questions - the interviews are also about about you liking the company, as much as it is about them liking you. You have a minimum of 2 years here, so you really need to understand and enjoy the working culture. "
at Sky
"- if you had all the money in the world and only your family were on earth how would you spend the money? Tip: Be confident and show some personality, no harm with having a bit of a laugh with the interviewer. - Show enthusiasm and commitment to want to succeed in your industry. "
Digital Graduate, Creative at Sky
"Learn web technology"
Associate Software Engineer, TV Services at Sky
"Be open minded, dynamic and thoughtful. The business questions rarely have a single right answer so be creative and back up your ideas, whilst taking on board alternative concepts. "
Data Analyst, Sky IQ at Sky
"Sky respond to enthusiasm and collaboration."
Customer Engagement Exectutive, Marketing at Sky
"The interview process is a chance to get to know you as a person. So think of situations to describe which illustrate your character."
Associate Software Developer, Sky Go at Sky
"I was asked about why I want to work in Corporate Affairs, why I want to work at Sky and then behavioural questions such as when have I had to persuade someone, when I have had to work in a team and if I was to do something differently in a situation. "
Corporate Affairs at Sky
"Brush up on your coding skills and have fun. "
Associate Software Engineer, Sky Store at Sky
"Know the role you are applying for inside out and understand what they are looking for. Understand the function/department you want to go into and the latest news/challenges in the area."
HR Graduate, at Sky
"Be prepared for a long day."
Technology Graduate, Customer Management & Delivery at Sky