Interviews do not normally form part of our admissions process.
Exceptions to this are degree programmes in Nursing, Teacher Education, (including Community Education), Music, Oral Health Sciences, Veterinary Medicine and graduate or mature entrants to Medicine.
For those areas that do interview, not all applicants will be called to interview. The decision to interview is based on the information contained in the UCAS application.
It is therefore essential that you use your personal statement to demonstrate a strong interest in your chosen programme.
For Veterinary Medicine, a small panel of academic selectors carry out the interviews; students are normally required to bring with them an additional reference outlining recent work experience undertaken.
This article was published on Apr 16, 2013