Interview information for BSc (Hons) Midwifery
Congratulations, you have been shortlisted for the recruitment and selection process for the BSc (Hons) Midwifery Course.
Please read all the information below to find out more.
How will the Interview take place?
- Interviews will be conducted on campus face to face.
- An academic/ambassador will meet you at the main reception on Stratford Campus, Water Lane and chaperone you to your interview room. Please arrive 15 minutes before your interview.
- The Interview lasts 20 minutes.
- Panel consists of an academic, clinician and or service user.
- You will be asked some questions and have time to ask questions also.
- Please ensure you accept this invitation to confirm your attendance.
- If you unable to attend, you can decline the invitation and re-book in the Applicant Portal.
- Due to high demand for this course, you should try to attend the original date you booked as we cannot guarantee future dates will be available.
What do you need for the interview?
- You will need to have completed and submitted the suitability declaration form before the interview for which you will have received a separate email for.
The interview will last approximately 20 mins, will usually be facilitated by a midwifery academic and a clinical member of staff from one of our partner NHS Trusts and/or service user. The interview panel will explore with you:
- Why you want to be a midwife.
- Your understanding of the demands of the course and how this will fit in with your home/family commitments.
- Your communication skills and ability to learn from previous experiences i.e. work/voluntary experience.
- Your beliefs and values Good preparation will be key to a successful interview.
Helpful resources can be found on the following links:
Post Interview and Entry Requirements
- Please look at our website to ensure you meet the entry requirements.
- You will be asked to submit your certificates before you can be offered a place.
- Your Interview outcome will be posted on UCAS usually a week later.
- Please accept this offer asap and decline any other offers if you attend to study at UEL.
What about fees and accommodation?
This course is not funded by the NHS. Successful applicants will be liable for all tuition fees. For most students this would be via a successful application for a loan from Student Finance England. Please note that if you have already studied at degree level you are unlikely to receive any further loans from Student Finance England. You should visit the government website for detailed information regarding student finance.
UEL's student accommodation is the Docklands Student Village, situated at the Docklands Campus. Please visit the accommodation website for more information on eligibility and availability of accommodation.
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Can I visit UEL in person?
We are excited that we can now welcome you back onto campus of our Open Events, where you can meet staff and students, explore our facilities and accommodation and find our what it’s really like to study at the University of East London. All of our events will take place on campus. However, you choose to visit us, we can’t wait to meet you. You can book onto one of our open days.
Please use the ‘Contact Us’ tile in your Applicant Portal.