If you have done a relevant placement, you may find that much of the interview will center round this - it can certainly be a major selling point for you, so think carefully back through what you did.
You could mention how much responsibility you were given, what type of team you were in, what projects, if any, you were involved with.
If you haven't done a placement you could focus on the things you learned in any vacation job you did - almost any job will involve working in a team and getting on with other people
Other benefits might include:
* Introduction to new techniques, materials, equipment, products etc, * A network of contacts available to you for information and advice * Enhanced self-confidence * An opportunity to make a positive contribution to a project * A more focused attitude toward your academic work. Source: CoolInterview.com
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