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The UBS intern recruitment process is rigorous, but with extensive practice, you can improve your chances of being selected to work there as an intern. Start preparing yourself now for the company’s tests, interviews, and assessment centre with JobTestPrep.

UBS Situational Judgement Online Tests

The Situational Judgement Test depicts realistic situations and conflicts that are likely to arise in theworkplace, and provides response options to these situations. 

The most common types of online assessment tests you will encounter in the UBS intern hiring process is a situational judgement test. Improve your chances of excelling in the assessment stage by utilizing JobTestPrep’s practice tests.

UBS Role Play Activity

In general terms, a role play exercise is used to assess your “fit” to the job at hand, by simulating real life situations, in which either the assessors at the assessment centre or hired actors take part in the simulation. They can be used in a group setting, a presentation or in the most common use where a candidate is asked to take a specific role. By putting yourself in the shoes of that person, by becoming that employee, you will be showing the assessors how you will react to different situations and how you go about completing different tasks. 

UBS Intern Case Study

 Case studies rely on real-life or hypothetical scenarios, in which a client hires the services of one of the above firms in order to improve, or structure, new business strategies whose end target is profit maximization. The assessor first tells the applicant the basic story of the case study, then asks the applicant some questions. The candidate assignment is to ask more questions, understand the issues he is facing and answer the questions.

UBS Intern Group Exercise

Each assessment day contains one if not two group exercises. These can take the form of discussions or tasks to be completed as a team. One of these discussions may be based on the case study theme that runs through the day. Example group exercises include tasks when you are given information about a business situation, a launch of a new product, or a business looking to reduce costs and maintain quality, and a task to discuss strategies for dealing with it, or asked to create a list of priorities for action.


UBS Intern Preparation

Get your tailored practice tests that follow the content on the UBS recruitment tests. Our practice pack provides explanations, score reports, and study guides. Start practicing today and increase your chances of landing the job you want.


Some Tips for Succeeding my UBS Intern Case Study

  1. "Delve into" the case study. Reflect your thoughts as the character you were assigned to, and address the corresponding characters you have been asked to report to. 
  2. Even though you are working against the clock, take the time to analyse the situation before attempting to make notes or answer the questions.
  3. The test demands time management, prioritisation and distinction between important and peripheral.  
  4. Case study exercises are usually designed to have more than one 'correct' answer; as long as you logically justify your recommendations and they stand up to questioning by the assessor, then your analysis can be regarded in a positive light. 
  5. Be confident but not arrogant. When presenting, one must give off the notion that one is speaking with an air of knowledge and authority. However, no one likes it when this turns into over confidence. If this happens, one might end up not listening and missing vital cues from the questioner, and of course clients won't like this either. 
  6. Remember, this is a real client case, so you want to establish the needs of the clients before you can give advice! 
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