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Initial assessment: Initial shortlisting is on the basis of information provided in your UCAS application and this is undertaken by department staff. The UCAS Personal Statement is scored for evidence of the following: Knowledge of the role, programme and wider profession; Motivation; Caring (formal or informal) and wider personal activities/attributes appropriate to Operating Department Practice.
Interview: Information contained in the UCAS application contributes to the selection of applicants for interview. The interview process is competitive and interviews are conducted by a member of Perioperative Practice staff and representatives from participating hospitals. No applicant will be offered a place without an interview.
Application for this programme must be made directly to the University. Please contact the University for more information.
Entry to the programme is open to the following applicants:
It is considered that all students satisfying the above requirements are currently working at an academic level above Level 5 (at least Higher Education undergraduate diploma level).
Further information is to follow. For details of University policy, please click here.
The School of Healthcare Sciences does not have any standardised admissions test requirements.
The School of Healthcare Sciences usually interviews applicants for its undergraduate programmes. If you are applying for the BSc (Hons) in Operating Department Practice or the BSc (Hons) in Intra- and Perioperative Practice, the selection process will always involve an interview.
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