Do not list items on your CV. This interview is an opportunity to submit the positives you have that your CV just can't depict.
Detail the goals of your career and the reasons you like the opportunity.
Learn regularly asked questions and rehearse your replies.
Think of meaningful questions to express that you're curious and have thought about the company.
Don't be late. Plan for the unexpected.
Try not to oversell who you are.
Suggestions for those looking for employment:
"Develop a network. As soon as you have chosen a career path or particular job role, you should make friends with people in that sector or business. Such professionals are able to offer you an insider’s view and can build your professional network, opening doors. Your contact network can also contain people such as family members, classmates, professors, and contributors."
Key things for this position:
A Bachelor's degree is preferred; however, professional experience can be substituted if applicable