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    Here's a background:
    I did my internship for this company last year, and this summer I would like to do it again.

    I applied like 3 weeks ago, and I've gotten a repl y that theyve received my application. The problem is, I will be abroad from Mar to May and they;ve yet to conduct the interview process. (I dont consider last week to be a working week because it was chinese new year and majority would take the whole week off)

    Now i'm getting kinda nervous because Im scared that they would want to conduct the interview when I would be abroad. I know there's such a thing called Skype Interview but I'm just scared y'know. I would like to just confirm my place, settle the paperwork and then i would feel better about going abroad.

    I've mentioned in the email before that I would be away from Mar to May, and now I want to write to the HR person again just to sort of remind them that I would be abroad from Mar to May and if they could conduct the interview asap that would be great. But i cant seem to compose an email without sounding rude lol. So I was wondering, what should I write in that email?
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    (Original post by Rowenakins)
    Here's a background:
    I did my internship for this company last year, and this summer I would like to do it again.

    I applied like 3 weeks ago, and I've gotten a repl y that theyve received my application. The problem is, I will be abroad from Mar to May and they;ve yet to conduct the interview process. (I dont consider last week to be a working week because it was chinese new year and majority would take the whole week off)

    Now i'm getting kinda nervous because Im scared that they would want to conduct the interview when I would be abroad. I know there's such a thing called Skype Interview but I'm just scared y'know. I would like to just confirm my place, settle the paperwork and then i would feel better about going abroad.

    I've mentioned in the email before that I would be away from Mar to May, and now I want to write to the HR person again just to sort of remind them that I would be abroad from Mar to May and if they could conduct the interview asap that would be great. But i cant seem to compose an email without sounding rude lol. So I was wondering, what should I write in that email?
    Heya,

    If you have told them your holiday dates already then I wouldn't worry about it, it's probably best not to ask them to interview you asap as if they are really busy it might rub them up the wrong way- if you're abroad when they suggest the interview just explain and ask for an alternative date
 
 
 
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