Return to Nursing/Midwifery Interviews
Once you have applied for one of our Return to Practice courses* and if you have been shortlisted, you will be invited for an interview.
What should you expect?
- The interview will last around 30-40 minutes and will be with a member of the academic subject staff from the continued professional development health team.
- At the start of the interview, you must show a form of picture ID as proof of who the interviewer is talking to. Acceptable documents include a passport, driving license, college ID badge etc. (please note we do not accept copies).
- You will not be asked to present certificates at your interview. Admissions will ask you for these after the interview if you are offered a place.
- Do you know enough about the course you have applied for? Research information about the course and visit our postgraduate open evenings where you can come and speak to our staff and students www.wlv.ac.uk/opendays.
- Ensure you have read all the guidance that has been sent to you, have you been requested to bring any additional information with you? (ID etc.).
- Ensure you have completed and returned the required Numeracy test.
- Practice talking about your skills and qualities, giving examples to evidence these.
- Don't forget to check which campus your interview will be based on. This information can be found in your interview e-mail confirmation and on e:Vision.
- Check out our campus locations and maps to ensure you go to the right building for your interview.
- Plan your journey- our campuses are well-serviced by public transport. If arriving by car, you may find that some of our campuses will require you to pay for parking. You can find further info on how to find us, here.
- Please arrive at the Sister Dora (WP) Building at our Walsall Campus and wait in the lobby where you can check in with a member of staff.
*Return to Practice courses include Undergraduate Credit Return to Practice (Nursing) and Undergraduate Credit Return to Midwifery Practice