Assessment Sessions and Selection Days
If you have applied for an NHS funded course with the School of Health Sciences at City, University of London, you will be invited to attend an Assessment Session and/or Selection Day at City. All applicants to NHS funded courses must go through the selection process before an offer to study can be made.
What happens during the selection process will vary depending on the course that you have applied for. Please browse the tabs below for information about the selection process for your course and advice and guidance on how to prepare for the selection process. We strongly advise all applicants to prepare for the selection process.
- BSc Midwifery
- PG Dip Midwifery (90 week programme)
- BSc Adult Nursing
- PG Dip Adult Nursing
- BSc Child Nursing
- PG Dip Child Nursing
- BSc Mental Health Nursing
- PG Dip Mental Health Nursing
- MSc Nursing: Adult and Mental Health (pre-registration)
- BSc Radiography (Diagnostic Imaging)
- BSc Radiography (Radiotherapy and Oncology)
- BSc Speech and Language Therapy
- MSc Speech and Language Therapy
Please note that some courses run a 2 stage selection process and you may be required to attend an Assessment Session prior to the Selection Day.
Application and Admissions process: advice for teachers, careers advisers and students
For further guidance on the application process for nursing and midwifery courses, advice on what to include in your UCAS application and more details on the selection process, please download our nursing and midwifery pre-application advice sheets.
If you are applying to study at City having completed/are completing an Access Course the selection process varies slightly. Along with other applicants you will be invited to go through the selection process as well as completing an additional assessment.
Access applicants will be contacted with further information once their application is shortlisted.