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Your interview

Some courses require an interview, audition or equivalent which is designed to be a positive experience and we look forward to welcoming you.

Our interview guides will show you how to confirm the date and time of your interview, help you to prepare, and tell you what you need to bring on the day.

See your interview guide

We are pleased to be offering face-to-face interviews on our campuses, and believe these are the best way for you to find out more about the university and your course, and make the right choice about where to study.

Throughout 2021 and into 2022 we have been committed to face to face teaching on campus, with around 94% of our teaching taking place this way.

We are able to offer interviews in a safe and COVID secure way, which means you should feel safe when visiting us.

If you are unwell on the day of your interview, and particularly if you have symptoms of COVID-19, we ask that you contact us so that we can rearrange your interview.  Face coverings are not required, but we recommend that you wear one on campus in crowded and enclosed spaces, especially as you will come into contact with people you do not usually meet.

If you have any questions about arrangements for your interview or want to discuss this with us, please email admissions@glos.ac.uk so that we can make arrangements for you.

If you receive an offer after your interview and would like to visit us, then why not book a campus visit or open day.

Your interview guide

Our interview guides will show you how to confirm the date and time of your interview, help you to prepare (including tips and ideas), and tell you what you need to bring on the day. The vast majority of interviews will be on campus, with some online options available too.

Use the dropdown below to select your course and view your interview guide.

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How to prepare your portfolio

Some of our courses require you to provide a portfolio as part of the interview process.

The interview guide for your course with provide you with all of the information and guidance you need to prepare your portfolio ahead of your interview.

Clearance checks and forms

For some courses, you’ll require further clearance checks before enrolling at university in September.

Assessing your application

Our entry requirements are published on our course pages.

We accept an extensive range of qualifications, if you want to find out more or check if you will be accepted please contact admissions@glos.ac.uk and we will be happy to help you. An application to University of Gloucestershire is about more than just your qualifications and we will read personal statements and references as part of making an offer. If your predicted qualifications are below our entry criteria we may well still make you an offer based on the overall strength of your application.