Please bring the following documentation with you:
- original GCSE maths, English and science certificates
- photocopies of your GCSE maths, English and science certificates
- original degree certificate (if achieved and applying for a postgraduate programme)
- photocopy of your degree certificate (if achieved and applying for a postgraduate programme)
- any pre-work you have been asked to complete in your invitation letter, further details on this work can be found on the individual subject specific interview pages.
To prepare for your interview we recommend thinking about the reasons you want to study on the course you have applied for. Current students have said they found it useful to make sure they had knowledge of some of the topical issues in the news.
Specific programmes may require more preparation, further information on this is available from the relevant course link.
Your programme of the day you will receive in your invitation to interview will inform you of the date, time and location of your interview.
Car parking facilities are not available on campus, please visit our location page for information on nearby car parks and public transport.
If you require a blue badge parking space please contact us on +44 1752 585858 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We aim to inform you of the outcome of your interview within ten working days.
If you are successful at interview, as part of your offer you will be required to pass the QTS Skills Test and a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Enhanced Disclosure. Further details on these are below.
QTS Skills Test
The QTS Skills Tests must be achieved before 1 August 2016. For information and to book your test please visit the Department of Education website.
Please note those applying for PGCE / CertEd (incorporating the Diploma in Education and Teaching) do not have to take the QTS Skills Test.
Dislosure and Barring Service (DBS) Enhanced Disclosure
Our courses require students to work in positions requiring public trust. In order to ensure public protection and safety, all applicants will be asked to declare any convictions or cautions against them, and to declare any pending prosecutions. This can be done on the UCAS application form.
Enhanced disclosures will be made on all students when they hold conditional firm or unconditional firm status. You will be sent details of how to complete the check online as part of your offer, with details of how to do so at this point. This process must be completed, even if a check has recently been completed for another organisation. All information is treated in the utmost confidence.
A disclosure which contains details of an offence does not automatically preclude study on one of our courses. We operate a Professional Issues Committee which will consider each case individually and confidentially. In all instances the committee is assessing whether the disclosure would prevent an applicant from going on placement or obtaining employment on graduation.
If you have any questions concerning your interview please telephone +44 1752 585858 or email email@example.com.