I just want to update this thread and throw out another question for you guys out there that might care about this.
I called the supervisor this Monday and he was kind of surprised that i did, in a positive way. He just didn't get time to schedule my interview at first but when i called we agreed to a date, 14/11 to be precise. So next Sunday i will depart for Belgium to have this interview and spend a few days in Brussels and Ghent to get a picture of the place, but now i am faced with another question, namely that of what i should wear.
The thing is that if i get this job i will have to put my every last penny (and even more, i'll have to loan from my parents) to be able to move to Belgium and get things started there..obviously this is what i want but nevertheless it poses som problems for me.
I would like to get a new fresh suite to wear on this interview but as i am low on the finances and will be even lower if i get the job i really shouldn't spend my money on that....but then again, of course i want to make e good impression. I do have other nice clothes, ties and different jackets (the ones you wear as a suite if you couple them with proper pants, do you call that a jacket?) and jeans but i do not have a good complete suite. I know that i wont make a downright bad impression with those clothes but i do think i would make an even better one with a full suite.
What should i do? How important is it to be 100% formally dressed on an interview on this level? I should say that the job itself contains no visual contact with customers, the job is to primarily sit at a computer and phone and coordinate help to truckdrivers around europe that have gotten their equipment broken down. Volvo Action Service it's called.
As always i am thankful for any advice regarding this.
[Edited 2005-11-04 12:58:22]