You will need to bring the following documents with you when you come to the interview:
If you do not have any of these documents available, you will need to contact the admissions assistant prior to your interview.
In addition you will also need to bring:
Please note that we will be unable to interview you if you arrive without the relevant ID evidence listed above. If you do not have original certificates of qualifications you will need to contact the admissions assistant prior to your interview.
You will be welcomed, given an overview of the course and have the opportunity to ask any course related questions.
The interview process will involve you visiting four separate interview stations where you will answer a question or scenario from a variety of people which may include two tutors from the adult field of the nursing course, a service user or carer, as well as a registered adult nurse from clinical practice. You will have a time limited interview with each, before moving on to the next station.
At the end of the interview you will meet with the admissions assistant to check through the paperwork you have been asked to bring to the interview.
We need you to demonstrate:
A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check will be carried out once you accept any offer made, unless you let us know about any criminal record either on your UCAS form or at the selection day, in which case the DBS check will be done immediately. If you are made an offer an Occupational Health questionnaire will be sent to you so that we can confirm that you are able to undertake the course.