Applicant Days/Interview Days take place between November and April every year.
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What is an Applicant Day/what work is involved?
Applicant Days are a chance for students who have applied to UEA to visit us; the purpose of an Applicant Day is to help these students choose their firm/insurance choice on their UCAS application. Some students will have interviews as part of their Applicant Day.
Student Guides man registration areas and are based in their subject teams, delivering campus tours and helping academics showcase subjects to prospective students.
What is an Interview Day/what work is involved?
The School of Health Sciences and Norwich Medical School put on Interview Days for prospective students. Candidates can be quite nervous so Student Guides are required to help put candidates at ease, help invigilate any tests and work closely with the admissions team to ensure that the interview process runs smoothly.
Student Guide work on Applicant/Interview Days is limited so we may not be able to offer you any work. However, we will keep your record and will be in touch if there are any further events that you can work on.