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    Hi everyone!

    Do non-UK postgrad applicants usually get interviewed?

    I want to apply for a masters in molecular medicine, biomedical sciences research or any related subject at UCL, KCL, Bristol, etc, and was wondering if it's likely that i'd get an interview in case i get an offer.
    I didn't even applied yet (only finish my undergrad degree next year) so is really just a matter of curiosity. But as i'm not from the UK (i'm portuguese) it's kind hard and expensive for me to keep traveling to the UK for interviews...

    For my postgrad interviews all the unis offered to pay travel expenses - so I'd imagine you'd be able to get at least partial reimbursement. That said, for something like a molecular med masters at UCL, it's gonna be such a big class, with so many applicants, that they probably don't interview everyone. That's purely speculation though :p:
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