Midwifery Selection Visit
Once you've applied for a course within the School of Nursing and Midwifery and if you fulfil the selection criteria, you will be invited to attend a selection visit.
To be a health professional, it is vital that you not only meet the academic requirements for your chosen course but that you demonstrate the right personal qualities too - a caring nature, a commitment to the job and a genuine interest in people. Without these personal attributes, you will find your course very challenging. It is essential that qualified practitioners display these qualities.
Your selection visit is very much a two way process, giving you the opportunity to ask us any questions you might still have about the course. It also enables us to assess whether or not you are ideally suited to your chosen career.
It is only after you are offered, and firmly accept a place of one of our courses, that the PVG clearance checks, previously an enhanced Disclosure check, required by the Nursing and Midwifery Council, and our placement partners, are carried out. For more information about this, please go to Disclosure Scotland.
You may also require to undergo a medical examination prior to starting your course.
You will be contacted about the Selection Visit if you are being considered for a place.
Your interview will be held at:
Faculty of Health & Social Care
How to find us
The Robert Gordon University campus and business locations are easily accessible by car, train and bus.