Interviews

We use interviews to assess your suitability for a course, but they are also a great opportunity for you find out if your chosen course is right for you. With some careful preparation all should be fine on the day, and to help, we’ve created an interview factsheet full of hints and tips!

Interview invites will be sent out by email so please make sure you regularly check the email address provided on your UCAS form. If you have been invited to an interview, we recommend that you read our guide (PDF, 199kB) to booking your interview online.

Which courses always interview?

The following courses always interview applicants before making an offer, as careers in these areas require strong interpersonal skills. Select your subject from the list below to find out what to expect if you are invited to interview:

Individual Interviews

You may be asked to interview for a course which does not usually interview applicants if:

  • you have non-traditional qualifications
  • you have been out of mainstream education for some time.

If you have been invited to an individual interview please choose your subject from the list below:

  • School of Arts
    • Archaeology and Anthropology
    • Music
    • Philosophy
    • Theatre and Film.
  • School of Humanities
    • Ancient History and Classics
    • English
    • History
    • History of Art
    • Liberal Arts
    • Religion and Theology.
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