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You have reached the next stage on your journey to university. Find out more about interviews on this page.

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By being invited to an Interview or Portfolio Day, you have shown us that you are a strong applicant. We would like to meet you to find out more about you.

The interview will provide you with the chance to learn more about your course and ask us questions.

Make sure that you read all the instructions for your interview, and that you bring all relevant work and documents.

After you attend the day, you will either receive a conditional offer, an unconditional offer, or a reject. If you are not successful in your interview for Physiotherapy, you will receive an offer on our BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Therapy course. Offers are usually given through UCAS.

If you are made an offer, your course may require a DBS check or medical questionnaire. You need to complete this process as soon as you get our email. Not doing your checks on time may cause delays in your enrolment and starting your course.

If you have any questions, please contact us by email at or call us on 01904 876 598.

Subject interview information

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Primary Education and PGCE

What to expect at interviews for our Primary Education (3-7), Primary Education (5-11), and PGCE courses.

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What to expect at interviews for Health courses including Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy and Nursing.

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What to expect interviews and portfolio days for art and design courses, journalism, and acting and musical theatre.

Tips and tricks for interviews

  • Make sure you prepare the night before. Gather all the things you might need to bring with you, such as certificates and ID.
  • Get a good night's sleep.
  • Check your travel plans to make sure you set off in time.
  • Arrive early or on time for your interview.
  • Prepare answers to common questions in advance.
  • Practice answering questions with a family member or friend. If you are unable to do this, record yourself.
  • Read your personal statement and identify areas which you think might attract questions.
  • If you do not understand anything in the interview, don't be afraid to ask for the question to be repeated or clarified.
  • Prepare examples, in particular for courses such as Primary Education and Nursing.
  • Prepare your own questions to ask the panel at the end of your interview.
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