BNurs (Hons) - interview information
Thank you for your application to study a Bachelor of Nursing (Hons) course at The University of Manchester.
We are very pleased to be able to invite you to attend an online interview on the date specified on UCAS Track.
Your interview will involve a one to one interview with a member of the academic team via Zoom. Please read the information leaflet for further information on the interview process and how to prepare for your interview: BNurs interview information (PDF).
The Zoom link for your interview can be found on your UCAS Track interview invite. Zoom is a free app and can easily be downloaded onto phones and tablets, as well as to computers. You will need to enable voice and video call to use this. Once registered, click on 'Join Meeting' and enter the code that we have sent to you, then enable voice and video.
Please open the app a few minutes before your allocated time slot, as you may have to accept Zoom's terms and conditions. Your interviewer will admit you at your interview start time. Please ensure your Zoom screen name matches the name on your UCAS application.
On the day of your interview, please have a valid photographic identity document, eg passport or driving licence, to show to your interviewer.
Before your interview, please email the following documents to email@example.com, including your name, UCAS ID number and the field of nursing you have applied for in your email:
- Scanned images of your educational certificates
- A signed copy of the following document: BNurs work times (PDF, 273KB)
If you have a disability and require extra support on the interview day, you must contact the Disability Advisory and Support Service by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on +44 (0)161 275 7512, at least one week before your interview. You will need to provide them with suitable evidence of your disability one week in advance of the interview. They will then inform us of any arrangements that need to be made for you.
Due to the large volume of applications we receive, it is important that applicants attend the interview on the date given. For any students who have a compelling reason why they cannot attend, they will need to contact us via email@example.com within 48 hours of being given their interview date, and we will try to rearrange.
Applicants who contact us outside of this period will be placed on a waitlist, and we will endeavour to interview these students in February or March, but there is no guarantee. As the interview is an essential part of the application process, those who fail to attend will have their application withdrawn.