Whether you're invited to an interview depends on the subject. Typically, all our culture and education courses require interviews. If you're invited to interview, it means we are impressed with your application so far. But it's not just about us finding out about you; it's also a great opportunity for you to try our University on for size.
Having an idea of what to expect can help you to shine on the day. That's why we've laid out this section. Have a browse to explore interview structure for specific courses so that you're fully prepared on the day. Exploring this section should also help you start to plan the kinds of questions you want to ask us, too.
Applicants will be invited to an audition. You can see an audition overview and outline timings here.
Applicants will attend an individual interview and work in a team on a 'news day' exercise.
All you need to know to prepare for interviews, including information about the practical and literacy assessments.
The interview comprises an individual interview and a group work task.
Applicants will be invited for an individual interview as well as a tour of the campus, clinics and sport centre.
Applicants will be invited to attend individual interviews, as well as taking part in a group task.
As part of this interview candidates will complete presentations and literacy assessments.
Applicants will attend a group session followed by an individual interview.
Applicants will be invited for interview, click for more info about the focus areas.
Applicants are asked to attend an individual interview which assesses their suitability for the course.
All you need to know to prepare for interviews, including information about the practical asessments