An interview letter (interview invitation letter) is a formal communication from interviewers to potential interviewees to present themselves for an interview. The letter informs the recipient of the venue, time, and date of the interview. Additionally, it may highlight details of the documents the interviewee must present to the interviewer.
If you have doubts on what to include in an interview invitation letter, sample letters can be a great help.
Tips for writing an interview letter
- Consider a handwritten letter rather than typing
- Make sure to send the letter in time so that the individual can prepare for the interview
- Use the company letterhead when writing the letter since it’s a formal letter
- The letter must be brief and to the point
- If the candidate is required to come with some documents, please include the information in the letter
Interview Letter Format
Sub: Interview letter
Dear [name of the candidate]
We write this letter as a response to your application for the post of [state the [position the candidate had applied for], dated [include the date].
We are happy to let you know you have been shortlisted to meet the interview panelists. The interview will take place on [date] at [time]. The venue of the interview will be [state the venue].
Please confirm your attendance via email or phone on or before [date].
All the best![Your name] [Signature] [Designation]
Sample Interview Invitation Letter/Email
Subject: Invitation to interview
We appreciate your interest in the post of administrative assistant with Jester Suppliers Ltd in Chicago, LN.
We therefore request you to visit our office for the interview on June 14, 2019, at 1.00 am. Our main offices are located at 132 Birds Avenue, view way towers, Chicago, LN.
Please confirm your attendance via email@example.com or call +917 333 2451.
Human resources manager
Jester Suppliers Ltd
Types of interview letters
Interview call letter
- The venue of the interview
Thank you letter after an interview
- A thank you note for the chance
- Your desire to work for the company
- Lessons learned in the interview
Application for interview letter
- How you learned about the company
- Your educational background and experience
- Your passion for working for the company