There is no formal dress code.
Your interview will last approximately 20-30
minutes and will normally be undertaken by two Academic Tutors.
Interviewers will be interested in your approach to your
work, your awareness and understanding of design, your appreciation
of the specialist subject for which you are applying, your
enthusiasms and interests, influences and experiences. The
interview will conclude with the opportunity for you to ask
questions. Interviews will be conducted between 2-4pm.
Parents are welcome to
have tea and coffee in the social space (on the Ground floor) while
Some subjects may incorporate a group
discussion/presentation prior to the interview itself. Many
new applicants have the same queries and questions which are
hopefully dealt with without repetition.
We also incorporate an Introduction to the
School, Subject Tours and a Finance presentation. You will also
have the chance to visit our halls of residence (Accommodation
It is requested that you leave the whole day
free. Most of our applicants apply for two or more subjects
and therefore may require two or more interviews, which will be
arranged for the same day, wherever possible.
If you have previously attended an Open day
and have already experienced the tours mentioned above then please
aim to arrive at 1.45pm. On arrival please report to the
Please contact the School of Art and Design in
order to give further information of this option or alternatively
log a help desk call through your E-vision page.
If you do have any special
requirements or times to adhere to please ensure you notify staff
at the reception desk upon arrival.
Whilst tours are being undertaken
Portfolios can be left at Reception.
Please aim to arrive at the School for
Please allow sufficient time to park or to
walk from the bus station (allow 15mins) or the train station
Post Code: WV1 1DT (MK Building)
The school of Art and Design is located next
to Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C.
University of Wolverhampton, Wulfruna Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 1LY
Course enquiries: 0800 953 3222, General enquiries: 01902 321000 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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