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Would it be unwise to ask about the graduate program at an intern interview? watch

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    I have an interview at Willis Towers Watson for their Graduate Development Program Internship. The internship acts as the "cornerstone" to their graduate program, and with a bit of research I found that there are 18 vacancies for the internship and 23 for the graduate program.

    Do you think it would be unwise to ask a question about the graduate program at the interview for the internship? I'm genuinely interested in the graduate program, but don't want to come across as cocky that I'm gonna get onto the internship first

    I don't think it would show you to be arrogant but more that you are fully aware of what you want in life, and you're showing a genuine interest and desire into the company and the sector.

    If it doesn't help, it definitely won't go against you

    I think it shows you have a plan and ambition; nothing wrong with that.
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