What inspired you to pursue a career in academics?
What do you feel are the changes that the education system needs?
How do you see your job evolving in the future?
What was the most challenging moment in your career?
What motivated you to choose this career?
How was your experience with your first job?
How has your job evolved over the years?
What are the 3 things every successful academics must-have?
What is your biggest concern at your job? How do you manage it?
How did you rise in your role as a academics, what career hacks can you share?
What's the advice you would like to give to an aspiring academics?
Is it really important to score above 90% to be considered "good" in today's world?
What role did your educational background play in your career?
Describe a typical day at work for you?
What is the best thing that a student ever said to you?
What is your advice to someone aspiring to become a teacher/professor/lecturer?
What do you enjoy the most about teaching?
What were your teachers like when you were in school/college?
What are your opinions on parents forcing their children to pursue courses they are not interested in?
How do you see the future of education?
Were you a good student?