Tips on how to prepare for the interview are sent out before the interview date, so come prepared and relaxed. This is a great opportunity for us both to get to know each other.
What to expect
On receipt of your fully completed application, if you meet the entry requirements for your course, you will be invited in for an interview. This will be carried out by one of the academics who teaches on your chosen course. They will ask you about yourself, what you know about the course, your motivation for studying and your plans after completing your studies. There are no tricky questions – so just be yourself and use the opportunity to ask us questions too!
The interview helps us understand your motivation and plays an important part when deciding on the outcome of an application. Interviewers assess listening skills, speaking skills, commitment, and motivation. Tips on how to prepare for the interview are sent out before the interview date, so come prepared and relaxed. This is a great opportunity for us both to get to know each other.
Interviews will usually take place at Bedford Square, Euston Road or Great Portland Street. Please don’t be late and let us know if the time and date doesn’t work for you, we will reschedule.
English assessments. On occasion, it may be necessary to conduct an English language assessment to determine if you can cope with the demands of the course and if you will need any additional support on the course. If this is the case, it will be conducted on the same day as your interview.
What happens after the interview? If the academics are happy and you have met the entry criteria for your chosen course you will be offered a place. We cannot stress enough how important it is to ensure you get your Student Finance in place as quickly as possible.
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