Radiography Interview & Selection
Congratulations on being shortlisted for interview for BSc (Hons) Diagnostic Radiography (Bangor University).
- You will need to access your personal UCAS track page for the details of the date and location of your interview.
- You must confirm your attendance through UCAS; if you do not do so your offer of interview will be withdrawn and your application will be rejected.
- Interview dates will only be changed in exceptional circumstances and only if there are alternative appointments available. Requests for a change of interview date must be made via UCAS track
- Interviews will be held via Microsoft teams you will be sent a link to join on with your interview date. Microsoft teams can be accessed using a computer or a mobile device.
- Please have your camera switched on during the individual interview
Prior to confirmation of any offer we would normally ask that, you attend an x-ray department at a hospital of your choice for a minimum of 1 full day and complete a satisfactory clinical visit form. During the current public health situation and COVID-19 we appreciate that this is not always going to be possible. Not being able to arrange this visit will NOT adversely affect your application.
If you are able to arrange a visit you can post the form to School of Health Sciences, Bangor University, Radiography, Wrexham Technology Park, Wrexham LL13 7YP.
Interview format for Diagnostic Radiography
- Prior to your interview date you will be sent a written question, this should be completed and emailed to email@example.com before the date of your interview
- You will be sent 2 links, 1 will be to an introductory session which will provide information on course structure etc. The 2nd will be for your individual interview. You must attend both.
- The interview will be carried out by at least 2 people 1 member of university staff and 1 person from the clinical setting or a service user
- Your interview will be a maximum of 15 minutes long, you will be asked questions on NHS values and radiography. Your interviewers may also ask you questions based on information you provided on your application form. There will be an opportunity for you to ask questions at the end of the interview.
- You will need to have proof of identity available during the interview and will be asked to hold this next to you and for permission for a screen shot to be taken
- No sensitive information will be discussed by your interviewer.
What to bring with you for your interview
- Evidence of GCSE Maths and English or their equivalent
- passport or driving licence
What happens following interview?
You will be informed of the outcome of your interview via UCAS track so it is important that you check your account regularly.
If you have been accepted following interview
If you have been accepted following interview then please read the page covering the process following interview.
If you have been declined following an interview
If you have been declined following interview then please read the page covering the process following decline after interview.
Want to know more?