If you're applying for certain courses at Anglia Ruskin, we may invite you to come in for an interview. Your interview day is a great opportunity to explore our campuses and facilities, and really get to know us.
On this page, you'll find some handy tips on how to get the most out of your day.
If we feel that your entry requirements and personal statement match what we’re looking for, then you’ll be invited for an interview for certain courses.
You’ll be sent an email inviting you to log into our Applicant Portal to view and accept your interview invitation. You’ll also be able to see if you need to upload any documents in the Portal, such as copies of your passport or certificates, and information about the interview session. This will include details of what you need to bring on the day, such as photo ID. Ensure that you have these prepared beforehand so that you’re all ready to go on the morning of your interview.
Another thing to bear in mind is to plan your route. We don’t offer any car parking at our campuses, so it’s vital you organise your travel beforehand. Park and rides may be the way forward, or public transport might be easier for you in order to avoid peak-hour traffic. Prepare your options beforehand - you don’t want to be any more stressed on the day!
The aim of the interview is to assess if you’re the right candidate for the course; that you are the person that your personal statement leads us to believe and that you can also communicate and cope well in different situations.