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Admissions officers are responsible for all admissions formalities in colleges and other educational institutes that impart higher education. They travel to higher secondary schools within the country and abroad promoting the various programs that the institute offers, answer students' questions about the admissions process and about the other facilities and also assess and advise potential applicants.
A bachelor's degree is the minimum qualification required for this job, though some of the larger and more prestigious educational institutions may prefer to hire an admissions officer who has a master's degree. Strong verbal and written communication skills are crucial in this role as you will be interacting with students of all ages and across all cultural backgrounds. You must also have good computer skills and be able to travel to promote the institution.
At the interview for an admissions officer job, the most important things your prospective employer will want to know are why you chose this career path and what are the skills you have that make you a good fit for the job. They will also ask you questions about your career goals and where you see yourself a few years from now. Thinking about your answers in advance is the key to a successful interview. When you browse mock interview questions you will get a pretty good idea of what questions to expect at your admissions officer interview. Accordingly, you can plan out compelling replies to the same.