This information is for students applying to start university in September 2019. Information for students applying for 2020 entry will be available by September 2019.
If you are invited to interview, we recommend that you book on to one of the available dates as soon as possible as dates can fill up quickly.
We will be running interviews on the following dates:
Documents you must bring
Complete and bring the Medicine work experience form (Office document, 28kB) to your interview. You must also bring photo ID; please see below for more details.
What to wear
Wear something smart, but comfortable. Please bring a coat and comfortable shoes for the campus tour.
On the day
Please arrive at the time stated in your confirmation email. We allow 15 minutes to register all candidates.
Registration takes place directly outside the interview hall. Please do not enter the hall until you are asked to do so.
After registration you'll enter the hall for a welcome address and briefing on the Medicine Multiple Mini Interviews (MMIs) for around 10 minutes. The MMIs assess your skills and professionalism. They will last around 60 minutes.
There is the option to attend a walking tour of the facilities for medical students, led by student ambassadors. Tours last for one hour and leave from the interview venue. Please make sure that you attend the tour planned for your interview session.
Extra time for Multiple Mini Interviews
Sufficient time is built into our MMI sessions that additional extra time is not required.
Support for a disability
The medicine course is academically and physically demanding. If you have a disability, we trust you have taken it into consideration before you apply and that you firmly believe you will be able to perform all of the tasks and responsibilities the course requires.
After the interview
We aim to contact you with the outcome of your interview within three weeks. In some cases, this decision may take a little longer. We will endeavour to update you as soon as we can via email.
Pre-course health questionnaire
Before starting your course at the University, you must have blood tests for serious communicable diseases (Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and HIV). Entry on to the course will be subject to satisfactory clearance by the Occupational Health Service.
For any queries, please contact the Occupational Health Service: email@example.com.
I can't attend the interview
If you can't come to your interview, please select 'cannot attend' on the registration form.
We only have certain dates available for interviews. We will do our best to offer you another slot, but cannot guarantee this. Please note that you must attend an interview as part of the selection process.
Responding to your interview invitation
You must respond to your interview invitation within two weeks of receiving your invitation by email. We will know you have responded if you:
- register to attend an event;
- add your details to the ‘I cannot attend these dates’ option;
- or contact our Events team to discuss options if neither of the above are appropriate.
If you have not responded to your invitation within two weeks, we will assume you no longer wish to pursue your application at Bristol, and your application will be made unsuccessful.
Bringing ID to your interview
You must bring photo ID with you to your interview. We will not keep a copy of your ID; we will just need to see it when you arrive to verify that you are the candidate we have invited. If you do not have photo ID, you will not be allowed to take part in the interview.
Examples of suitable photo ID include (but are not limited to):
- Driving licence or provisional driving licence
- College photo card
- NUS photo card.
You also need to complete and bring the Medicine work experience form (Office document, 28kB) to your interview.