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Welcome to St George’s Interview Hub!

Congratulations on receiving an invitation to interview at St George’s, University of London - the UK's specialist health university.

We are looking forward to learning more about you, and to provide you with more insight into St George's. The information and advice on these pages are designed to guide you through the interview process. Please ensure you read the information carefully.

Multiple Mini Interviews (MMIs)

A usual MMI consists of between five and eight interview questions, which take around five minutes each. The interviewers sit at ‘stations’ and the interviewees move between them. Each ‘station’ may involve answering a question, completing a practical task, or participating in a role play, for example, dealing with a challenging situation. Each question is marked separately and independently.

We believe that MMIs give fairer and more accurate results than a traditional interview for selecting medicine and healthcare students. This approach helps us better assess qualities that make a good healthcare professional, such as empathy and respect, rather than which applicant is strongest at answering standard interview questions. Also, if you feel one question doesn’t go very well, you can move on to the next one knowing a different interviewer will be assessing you.

Remote Multiple Mini Interviews (RMMIs)

For the 2021 admissions cycle, we will be inviting our applicants to partake in remote MMIs (RMMIs) so that we can operate our interview schedule whilst staying in line with the latest Government's guidelines regarding the outbreak of Covid-19. RMMIs provide us with the same level of assessment of our applicants as MMIs, but allows us to use a non-interactive format and lets you complete your assessment from the comfort of your own home.

For the 2020 admissions cycle, we successfully interviewed over 500 applicants using our RMMI process so we are confident that this year we will be able to offer you a smooth and stress-free interview process.


Step 1: Book in your interview

In your interview invitation email, you will have received a link to your Applicant Portal. Follow this link to book the time and date of your interview. Please note, indicative dates of interviews per course can be found on our course-specific interview pages.

Step 2: Record your interview

On the day of your interview, you will be sent a OneDrive link and a link to the interview questions. You will be expected to record your answers to these questions. More information on how to record your interview can be found here.

Step 3: Submit your interview

Once you have recorded the answers to your interview questions, upload your videos to the OneDrive link provided to you. OneDrive is secure and only you and the Admissions Team will have access to this information. Each question will be assessed by an individual interviewer, and you will receive a decision from us via email and UCAS Track.

The interview process

Interviewing courses

Contact us

Please feel free to contact us if you need any help with your interview. You can email us or call +44 (0)203 897 2222.

 

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