I'm a student from Ireland and I've recently received an interview invitation from the University of East Anglia in Norwich. I had an interview last year for this course in the University of Bedfordshire but unfortunately, I didn't get a place and I can't remember any questions I was asked during the interview
If anyone has/is doing this course and attended an interview, I would be extremely grateful for any tips or sample questions because I really need to give it my all to get this course!
I'm also looking for information on student loans or bursaries in the UK and how they work for EU students such as myself, the best accommodation in Norwich and any part-time jobs that would suit while doing an ODP course.
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Last edited by SineadTurner; 30-01-2017 at 20:08.
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