Selection processes – the knowledge you need 

Select your subject area below to find out everything you need to know to prepare for your interview or develop your portfolio.

Education and Teaching (including Foundation Year)

What do you need to know to shine in an Education and Teaching degree interview? Be yourself and be prepared.

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BA Primary Education (ITE)

As part of the selection process, applicants will be invited to an online interview day designed to assess professional suitability for a career in teaching. The selection process will include a small group interview and a micro-teach session.

On the interview day applicants will be given a literacy and numeracy task to identify any support needs in these areas prior to entry.

Further details will be provided to applicants in advance of the interview.

Maths with QTS

All applicants are required to attend an interview. Interviews typically take place between February and June, according to when you apply. The interview process will assess your suitability for a career in teaching.

The day will consist of a:

  • literacy task that will show if you can use English to a satisfactory level - we give extra time to those declaring a disability such as dyslexia
  • group interview with other applicants - this is to assess your oral and presentational skills, personal qualities and how you respond to the group interview situation
  • discussion of a pre-prepared task.

Further details will be sent to you in advance of the interview.

Art (including Foundation Year)

Find out interview and portfolio requirements for our Art degrees below.

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BA Fine Art

Applicants will be required to submit a digital portfolio for review. Your portfolio should be a selection of your work that reflects the range of your abilities, your creative process (including your developmental work), and your interest in the course.

For guidance on what to include in your portfolio, watch our portfolio advice video. For Fine Art, we will be looking for:

  • a range of self-initiated and project work
  • images from notebooks, sketch books and research material
  • a recent essay or short piece of writing.

Applicants will also be asked to complete a portfolio task. Further information will be provided on receipt of your application. 

Application outcomes will be decided primarily on the basis of the work and the ideas that you present in your portfolio. We may invite applicants for an interview if we have questions about your portfolio or think further discussion may be useful.

BA Fine Art with Foundation Year

Applicants will be required to submit a digital portfolio for review. Your portfolio should be a selection of your work that reflects the range of your abilities, your creative process (including your developmental work), and your interest in the course.

For guidance on what to include in your portfolio, watch our portfolio advice video. For Fine Art, we will be looking for:

  • a range of self-initiated and project work
  • images from notebooks, sketch books and research material
  • a recent school or college essay.

Further details will be provided on receipt of your application.

Application outcomes will be decided primarily on the basis of the work and the ideas that you present in your portfolio.

BA Illustration

Applicants will be required to submit a digital portfolio for review. Your portfolio should be a selection of your work that reflects the range of your abilities, your creative process (including your developmental work), and your interest in the course.

For guidance on what to include in your portfolio, watch our portfolio advice video. For Illustration, we will be looking for:

  • an innovative approach to image making.
  • a good level of drawing skills e.g. life drawing/observational drawing.
  • evidence of visual thinking and engagement with concepts.
  • experimentation with digital and analogue (handmade) processes.
  • an individualistic and curious approach to image making.
  • a good representation of sketchbook pages to show your visual thinking and problem solving. 

Further details will be provided on receipt of your application.

Application outcomes will be decided primarily on the basis of the work and the ideas that you present in your portfolio. We may invite applicants for an interview if we have questions about your portfolio or think further discussion may be useful. 

BA Illustration with Foundation Year

Applicants will be required to submit a digital portfolio for review. Your portfolio should be a selection of your work that reflects the range of your abilities, your creative process (including your developmental work), and your interest in the course.

For guidance on what to include in your portfolio, watch our portfolio advice video. For Illustration, we will be looking for:

  •  an innovative approach to image making.
  • a good level of drawing skills e.g. life drawing/observational drawing. 
  • evidence of visual thinking and engagement with concepts.
  • experimentation with digital and analogue (handmade) processes.
  • an individualistic and curious approach to image making.
  • a good representation of sketchbook pages to show your visual thinking and problem solving.

Further details will be provided on receipt of your application.

Application outcomes will be decided primarily on the basis of the work and the ideas that you present in your portfolio.

Design (including Foundation Year)

Find out interview and portfolio requirements for our Design degrees.

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BA Graphic Design

Applicants will be required to submit a digital portfolio for review. Your portfolio should be a selection of your work that reflects the range of your abilities, your creative process (including your developmental work), and your interest in the course.

For guidance on what to include in your portfolio, watch our portfolio advice video. For Graphic Design, we will be looking for:

  • portfolio work: a range of art and design projects that you have completed recently. We are keen to see your drawing and creative work across a range of disciplines and media
  • supporting work: sketchbook images, rough work and developmental work
  • written work: a contextual or theoretical essay or report.

Applicants will also be asked to include their response to a project brief. Further details will be provided on receipt of your application.

Application outcomes will be decided primarily on the basis of the work and the ideas that you present in your portfolio. We may invite applicants for an interview if we have questions about your portfolio or think further discussion may be useful.

BA Graphic Design with Foundation Year

Applicants will be required to submit a digital portfolio for review. Your portfolio should be a selection of your work that reflects the range of your abilities, your creative process (including your developmental work), and your interest in the course.

For guidance on what to include in your portfolio, watch our portfolio advice video. For Graphic Design, we will be looking for:

  • portfolio work: a range of art and design projects that you have completed recently. We are keen to see your drawing and creative work across a range of disciplines and media.
  • supporting work: sketchbook images, rough work and developmental work.
  • written work: a recent essay or other piece of writing.

Further details will be provided on receipt of your application.

Application outcomes will be decided primarily on the basis of the work and the ideas that you present in your portfolio. 

BA Interior Design

Applicants will be required to submit a digital portfolio for review. Your portfolio should be a selection of your work that reflects the range of your abilities, your creative process (including your developmental work), and your interest in the course.

For guidance on what to include in your portfolio, watch our portfolio advice video. For Interior Design, we will be looking for:

  • a range of recent work that includes both 2D and 3D works such as drawings, collage, photography and experimentation with ideas, surfaces and materials.
  • a contextual or theoretical essay or other piece of writing that you have done on your current or previous course.

Applicants will also be asked to complete a portfolio task. Further details will be provided on receipt of your application.

Application outcomes will be decided primarily on the basis of the work and the ideas that you present in your portfolio. We may invite applicants for an interview if we have questions about your portfolio or think further discussion may be useful.

BA Interior Design with Foundation Year

Applicants will be required to submit a digital portfolio for review. Your portfolio should be a selection of your work that reflects the range of your abilities, your creative process (including your developmental work), and your interest in the course.

For guidance on what to include in your portfolio, watch our portfolio advice video. For Interior Design, we will be looking for:

  • a range of recent work that includes both 2D and 3D work such as drawing, collage, photography and experimentation with ideas, surfaces and materials.
  • a contextual or theoretical essay or other piece of writing that you have done on your current or previous course.

Further details will be provided on receipt of your application.

Application outcomes will be decided primarily on the basis of the work and the ideas that you present in your portfolio.  

BA Product Design

Advice on submitting a portfolio

Applicants who do not meet our standard entry requirements may be asked to provide a 10-20 page online portfolio of their design work. Once we have received the links (URLs) to your portfolio, Product Design lecturers will review your application and portfolio.

We may also ask applicants for a telephone interview, to discuss their applications and portfolios in more detail.

What to include in your portfolio

Your portfolio should be a selection of your artwork, drawings, sketchbook pages, photographs, models, design work, etc. that reflect the range of your abilities, your creative process, and your interest in the course that you have applied for. Your portfolio should include finished work, and also work in progress to show your working process, such as sketchbook work or development sheets. It should include an introduction or cover page. Then the first project should be your best or most recent work. It should definitely include hand drawing; both observational and ideation sketching. You can include you course work, sketchbooks, photographs, drawings, paintings, models, prototypes, sculptures, digital artwork, websites, links to videos anything that supports your application.

Your portfolio is likely to be made up predominately of the Art or Product Design projects you have undertaken on your current or most recent course of study. We are also very interested in seeing projects, interests and passions outside of your school work. It should visually communicate who you are, show what excites and interests you, what you consider to be good design, and why. Staff are interested to see how your ideas and development work, these show how you think, much more than just the finished design. If you feel you need some extra content, you could set yourself a one-hour design challenge.

In general a portfolio is about visual communication rather than written communication. Try to minimise writing; where necessary add a title, and a few sentences for each image, explaining the project to a viewer. Presentation is very important, a portfolio should be well organised, clear and well presented. It should showcase approximately 10-15 projects spread over 15-20 pages (equivalent to A3 or larger pages).

Your portfolio should show a high level of commitment to your studies and evidence of fundamental design skills. We are looking for enthusiasm for your chosen subject, strong visual communication skills, evidence of problem-solving, clear working procedures showing the development of your ideas, experience in a range of different media and materials - 2D and 3D, and an awareness of contemporary designers and the history of design. For more advice and examples, ask your current teacher or lecturer for assistance and web search keywords such as 'Product Design portfolios' 'Industrial Design portfolios' or 'how to make a product design portfolio'. Please don't feel intimidated by the high levels of skill and design ability shown in professional portfolios online, we don't expect applicants to match professionals as that's what you come to university to learn. It takes a lot of time to prepare a good design portfolio and making one is a great learning opportunity; it showcases your ability and is very rewarding.

Further details will be sent to you in advance of the interview.

BA Product Design Technology

Advice on submitting a portfolio

Applicants who do not meet our standard entry requirements may be asked to provide a 10-20 page online portfolio of their design work. Once we have received the links (URLs) to your portfolio, Product Design lecturers will review your application and portfolio.

We may also ask applicants for a telephone interview, to discuss their applications and portfolios in more detail.

What to include in your portfolio

Your portfolio should be a selection of your artwork, drawings, sketchbook pages, photographs, models, design work, etc. that reflect the range of your abilities, your creative process, and your interest in the course that you have applied for. Your portfolio should include finished work, and also work in progress to show your working process, such as sketchbook work or development sheets. It should include an introduction or cover page. Then the first project should be your best or most recent work. It should definitely include hand drawing; both observational and ideation sketching. You can include you course work, sketchbooks, photographs, drawings, paintings, models, prototypes, sculptures, digital artwork, websites, links to videos anything that supports your application.

Your portfolio is likely to be made up predominately of the Art or Product Design projects you have undertaken on your current or most recent course of study. We are also very interested in seeing projects, interests and passions outside of your school work. It should visually communicate who you are, show what excites and interests you, what you consider to be good design, and why. Staff are interested to see how your ideas and development work, these show how you think, much more than just the finished design. If you feel you need some extra content, you could set yourself a one-hour design challenge.

In general a portfolio is about visual communication rather than written communication. Try to minimise writing; where necessary add a title, and a few sentences for each image, explaining the project to a viewer. Presentation is very important, a portfolio should be well organised, clear and well presented. It should showcase approximately 10-15 projects spread over 15-20 pages (equivalent to A3 or larger pages).

Your portfolio should show a high level of commitment to your studies and evidence of fundamental design skills. We are looking for enthusiasm for your chosen subject, strong visual communication skills, evidence of problem-solving, clear working procedures showing the development of your ideas, experience in a range of different media and materials - 2D and 3D, and an awareness of contemporary designers and the history of design. For more advice and examples, ask your current teacher or lecturer for assistance and web search keywords such as 'Product Design portfolios' 'Industrial Design portfolios' or 'how to make a product design portfolio'. Please don't feel intimidated by the high levels of skill and design ability shown in professional portfolios online, we don't expect applicants to match professionals as that's what you come to university to learn. It takes a lot of time to prepare a good design portfolio and making one is a great learning opportunity; it showcases your ability and is very rewarding.

Further details will be sent to you in advance of the interview.

Drama, Acting and Music

Find out interview requirements for our Drama, Acting and Music degrees.

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BA Drama

Applicants will be invited to attend an online interview.

We will be looking for students who demonstrate that they are genuinely interested in the practice and study of Drama and/or Drama and Acting at undergraduate level as a means of developing their individual creative talents and abilities. 

Further information will be provided in advance of the interview. 

BA Drama and Acting

Applicants will be invited to attend an online interview.

We will be looking for students who demonstrate that they are genuinely interested in the practice and study of Drama and/or Drama and Acting at undergraduate level as a means of developing their individual creative talents and abilities. 

Further information will be provided in advance of the interview. 

BA Creative Music Technology

Applicants will be invited to an audition via Skype.

The audition will be with the Programme Leader and will last about 20 minutes. It will consist of the following activities that are designed to enable you to show us your capabilities:

either a short performance or a discussion around a portfolio of two contrasting compositions (submitted before the interview) - for the performance, we ask that you play (or sing) a piece of music that you've prepared in advance and for the portfolio, you should submit a link to an online folder that contains two contrasting examples of your best compositional work

  • a short listening exercise - this is for us to get a sense of how you listen to music, and how you verbally communicate what you hear
  • a short exercise involving a notated score - the conversation around this exercise will help us gauge your experience and, if appropriate, allow us to suggest some exercises to do before you start the course, as this will help you in some parts of the curriculum
  • course discussion - the Programme Leader will then discuss the course with you, giving you the opportunity to talk about your interest in the course and your understanding of creative music technology. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions, should you have any.

Further details will be sent to you in advance of the interview.

Fashion (including Foundation Year)

Find out interview and portfolio requirements for our Fashion degrees.

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BA Fashion Communication

Applicants will be required to submit a digital portfolio for review. Your portfolio should be a selection of your work that reflects the range of your abilities, your creative process (including your developmental work), and your interest in the course.

For guidance on what to include in your portfolio, watch our portfolio advice video. For Fashion Communication, we will be looking for:

  • portfolio work: a range of recent work that includes drawing, photography, visual experimentation and/or collage
  • supporting work: sketchbook images, rough work, research into things that interest you (designers/artists/brands) etc
  • written work: a contextual or theoretical essay or report.  

Further information will be provided on receipt of your application.

Application outcomes will be decided primarily on the basis of the work and the ideas that you present in your portfolio. We may invite applicants for an interview if we have questions about your portfolio or think further discussion may be useful.

BA Fashion Communication with Foundation Year

Applicants will be required to submit a digital portfolio for review. Your portfolio should be a selection of your work that reflects the range of your abilities, your creative process (including your developmental work), and your interest in the course.

For guidance on what to include in your portfolio, watch our portfolio advice video. For Fashion Communication, we will be looking for:

  • portfolio work: a range of recent work that includes drawing, photography, visual experimentation and/or collage
  • supporting work: sketchbook images, rough work, research into things that interest you (designers/artists/brands) etc
  • written work: a contextual or theoretical essay or report.  

Further information will be provided on receipt of your application. 

Application outcomes will be decided primarily on the basis of the work and the ideas that you present in your portfolio.  

BA Fashion Textiles

Applicants will be required to submit a digital portfolio for review. Your portfolio should be a selection of your work that reflects the range of your abilities, your creative process (including your developmental work), and your interest in the course.

For guidance on what to include in your portfolio, watch our portfolio advice video. For Fashion Textiles, we will be looking for:

  • a range of recent work that includes drawing, collage, photography and experimentation with ideas, surfaces and materials
  • written work: a contextual or theoretical essay or other piece of writing.

Applicants will also be asked to complete a portfolio task. Further information will be provided on receipt of your application. 

Application outcomes will be decided primarily on the basis of the work and the ideas that you present in your portfolio. We may invite applicants for an interview if we have questions about your portfolio or think further discussion may be useful.

BA Fashion Textiles with Foundation Year

Applicants will be required to submit a digital portfolio for review. Your portfolio should be a selection of your work that reflects the range of your abilities, your creative process (including your developmental work), and your interest in the course.

For guidance on what to include in your portfolio, watch our portfolio advice video. For Fashion Textiles, we will be looking for:

  • a range of recent work that includes drawing, collage, photography and experimentation with ideas, surfaces and materials.
  • written work: a contextual or theoretical essay or other piece of writing.

Further information will be provided on receipt of your application. 

Application outcomes will be decided primarily on the basis of the work and the ideas that you present in your portfolio.

Filmmaking, Animation and Photography

Find out interview and portfolio requirements for our Filmmaking, Animation and Photography degrees.

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BA Animation

Applicants will be required to submit a digital portfolio for review. Your portfolio should be a selection of your work that reflects the range of your abilities, your creative process (including your developmental work), and your interest in the course.

For guidance on what to include in your portfolio, watch our portfolio advice video. For Animation, we will be looking for a collection of work that is lively, colourful, original, and represents you and your artistic development, including:

  • animation
  • drawing from imagination
  • drawing from life
  • scanned sketchbook pages
  • evidence of design for screen
  • model making
  • support material

Applicants will also be asked to complete a portfolio task. Further information will be provided on receipt of your application.

Application outcomes will be decided primarily on the basis of the work and the ideas that you present in your portfolio.

Shortlisted applicants will be invited to attend an interview where you will have the opportunity to discuss your creative work and demonstrate a good practical ability in and understanding of your chosen field. Further information will be provided in advance of the interview.

BA Animation with Foundation Year

Applicants will be required to submit a digital portfolio for review. Your portfolio should be a selection of your work that reflects the range of your abilities, your creative process (including your developmental work), and your interest in the course.

For guidance on what to include in your portfolio, watch our portfolio advice video. For Animation, we will be looking for:

  • animation
  • drawing from imagination
  • drawing from life
  • scanned sketchbook pages
  • evidence of design for screen
  • model making
  • support material.

Further details will be provided on receipt of your application.

Application outcomes will be decided primarily on the basis of the work and the ideas that you present in your portfolio.

BA Filmmaking

Applicants will be required to submit a digital portfolio for review. Your portfolio should be a selection of your work that reflects the range of your abilities, your creative process (including your developmental work), and your interest in the course.

For guidance on what to include in your portfolio, watch our portfolio advice video. For Filmmaking, we will be looking for:

  • examples of films, creative writing, recorded sound, photographs, scripts, web design work, graphic design work, artwork etc
  • evidence of your creative process: examples of scripts, research ideas, edit notes, sketchbooks, storyboards etc
  • audio-visual work: for each piece of audio-visual work, a short statement telling us about the piece
  • an example of academic writing: an essay or a critical evaluation of your process and/or completed work.

Further details will be provided on receipt of your application.

Application outcomes will be decided primarily on the basis of the work and the ideas that you present in your portfolio. Successful applicants are generally those with the strongest portfolios. We may invite applicants for an interview if we have questions about your portfolio or think further discussion may be useful; this will give you the opportunity to discuss your creative work and demonstrate a good practical ability in and understanding of your chosen field.

BA Photography

Applicants will be required to submit a digital portfolio for review. Your portfolio should be a selection of your work that reflects the range of your abilities, your creative process (including your developmental work), and your interest in the course.

For guidance on what to include in your portfolio, watch our portfolio advice video. For Photography, we will be looking for:

  • a portfolio of imagery: A sample of images that you believe represents your best work and best supporting work (sketchbook work, developmental work). 
  • an example of academic writing, an essay or a critical evaluation of your process and/or completed work.

Applicants will also be asked to include their response to a project brief. Further information will be provided on receipt of your application. 

Application outcomes will be decided primarily on the basis of the work and the ideas that you present in your portfolio. 

Shortlisted applicants will be invited to attend an interview where you will have the opportunity to discuss your creative work and demonstrate a good practical ability in and understanding of your chosen field. Further information will be provided in advance of the interview.

BA Photography with Foundation Year

Applicants will be required to submit a digital portfolio for review. Your portfolio should be a selection of your work that reflects the range of your abilities, your creative process (including your developmental work), and your interest in the course.

For guidance on what to include in your portfolio, watch our portfolio advice video. For Photography with Foundation Year, we will be looking for:

  • a portfolio of imagery: A sample of images that you believe represents your best work and best supporting work (sketchbook work, developmental work). 
  • an example of academic writing: an essay or a critical evaluation of your process and/or completed work.

Further details will be provided on receipt of your application.

Application outcomes will be decided primarily on the basis of the work and the ideas that you present in your portfolio.

Health Professions

Find out interview requirements for our Health Professions degrees.

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BSc Diagnostic Radiotherapy

Shortlisted applicants will be invited to an online interview. The interview will last approximately 20 minutes. The interview panel will consist of representatives from academic staff, clinical staff and service users.

Prior to starting the course, please familiarise yourself with the profession by accessing the Society and College of Radiographers website.

Value Based Recruitment

Recruitment for this course is informed by Health Education England's Values Based Recruitment Framework. The purpose of this framework is to ensure that we recruit students whose individual values and behaviours align with the values of the NHS Constitution.

BSc Optometry

You will be invited to complete an online assessment (approximately half an hour long) and record a short video presentation of yourself (two/three minutes long) to gauge your suitability for the Optometry course at UWE Bristol.

It is essential that you complete the assessment activity for you to be offered a place on the course. Successful applicants will be invited to an offer holder day in March.

Value Based Recruitment

Recruitment for this course is informed by Health Education England's Values Based Recruitment Framework. The purpose of this framework is to ensure that we recruit students whose individual values and behaviours align with the values of the NHS Constitution.

BSc Paramedic Science

Shortlisted applicants will be invited to an online interview. You will be asked to consider scenarios and answer questions related to your values, experience, interpersonal skills, care and compassion.

Value Based Recruitment

Recruitment for this course is informed by Health Education England's Values Based Recruitment Framework. The purpose of this framework is to ensure that we recruit students whose individual values and behaviours align with the values of the NHS Constitution.

BSc Radiotherapy and Oncology

Shortlisted applicants will be invited to an online interview. The interview will last approximately 20 minutes. The interview panel will consist of representatives from academic staff, clinical staff and service users.

Prior to starting the course please familiarise yourself with the profession by accessing the Society and College of Radiographers website.

Value Based Recruitment

Recruitment for this course is informed by Health Education England's Values Based Recruitment Framework. The purpose of this framework is to ensure that we recruit students whose individual values and behaviours align with the values of the NHS Constitution.

Foundation Health Professions

Suitability for the course will be determined through a short informal interview, which will involve staff from both City of Bristol College and the Faculty of Health and Applied Sciences. You will also be asked to complete a literacy assessment.

Nursing and Midwifery

Find out interview requirements for our Nursing and Midwifery degrees.

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BSc Midwifery

Shortlisted applicants will be invited to an online interview. You will be interviewed by a lecturer from the Midwifery programme; interviewers may also include clinicians and service users. You will be asked questions relating to skills and values that are required to be a midwife.

Value Based Recruitment

Recruitment for this course is informed by Health Education England's Values Based Recruitment Framework. The purpose of this framework is to ensure that we recruit students whose individual values and behaviours align with the values of the NHS Constitution.

BSc Nursing (Adult)

Shortlisted applicants will be invited to an online interview. You will be interviewed by a member of our Nursing team. The interview panel may also include clinicians and service users. As part of the recruitment process we will also assess your digital literacy.

Value Based Recruitment

Recruitment for this course is informed by Health Education England's Values Based Recruitment Framework. The purpose of this framework is to ensure that we recruit students whose individual values and behaviours align with the values of the NHS Constitution.

BSc Nursing (Children and Young People)

Shortlisted applicants will be invited to an online interview. You will be interviewed by a member of our Nursing team. The interview panel may also include clinicians and service users. As part of the recruitment process, we will also assess your digital literacy.

Value Based Recruitment

Recruitment for this course is informed by Health Education England's Values Based Recruitment Framework. The purpose of this framework is to ensure that we recruit students whose individual values and behaviours align with the values of the NHS Constitution.

BSc Nursing (Learning Disabilities)

Shortlisted applicants will be invited to an online interview. You will be interviewed by a member of our Nursing team. The interview panel may also include clinicians and service users. As part of the recruitment process, we will also assess your digital literacy.

Value Based Recruitment

Recruitment for this course is informed by Health Education England's Values Based Recruitment Framework. The purpose of this framework is to ensure that we recruit students whose individual values and behaviours align with the values of the NHS Constitution.

BSc Nursing (Mental Health)

Shortlisted applicants will be invited to an online interview. You will be interviewed by a member of our Nursing team. The interview panel may also include clinicians and service users. As part of the recruitment process, we will also assess your digital literacy.

Value Based Recruitment

Recruitment for this course is informed by Health Education England's Values Based Recruitment Framework. The purpose of this framework is to ensure that we recruit students whose individual values and behaviours align with the values of the NHS Constitution.

Social Work

BSc Social Work

Shortlisted applicants will be invited to attend an interview and will also be required to complete a written test. The interview will be conducted by a member of academic staff and either a social work practitioner, or a service user or carer.

Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy

Find out interview requirements for our Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy degrees.

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BSc Occupational Therapy

Shortlisted applicants will be invited to an online interview. The interview panel will consist of 2 people from the programme team staff and either, practice-based occupational therapists, service-user representatives and carers. The interview will take the form of questions from the panel members and will last up to 30 minutes with you also having the opportunity to ask us about the course/placements and any other aspects of becoming an occupational therapist.

Value Based Recruitment

Recruitment for this course is informed by Health Education England's Values Based Recruitment Framework. The purpose of this framework is to ensure that we recruit students whose individual values and behaviours align with the values of the NHS Constitution.

BSc Physiotherapy

Shortlisted applicants will be invited to an online interview with a lecturer from the Physiotherapy programme. The interviewing panel may also include clinicians and service users. Your interview will last approximately 20 minutes and you will be asked about your knowledge and understanding of Physiotherapy, in addition to questions relating to skills and values that are required to be a Physiotherapist.

Value Based Recruitment

Recruitment for this course is informed by Health Education England's Values Based Recruitment Framework. The purpose of this framework is to ensure that we recruit students whose individual values and behaviours align with the values of the NHS Constitution.