Interviews and selection Interviews and selection Once you’ve received an invitation to an interview and selection day, you’ll need to prepare according to your course requirements. In September 2011, Kingston and St George’s implemented a new way of interviewing candidates for some of our healthcare degree programmes, called ‘multiple mini interviews’ (MMIs). We now use MMIs as an interview tool for nursing, midwifery, paramedic sciences, physiotherapy and radiography programmes. During the MMI, you’ll undertake a cycle of five assessment stations with six tasks, scenarios or questions. Each station will assess some of the key characteristics identified by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) or the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). There are a number of documents you must bring to the interview and selection day. During your interview, you’ll be expected to talk about your motivation to study and your relevant skills and qualities. The interview process is also an opportunity for you, as a prospective student, to gain information on what you can expect from Kingston and St George’s. You are encouraged to thoroughly research the faculty, your chosen prospective course and to ensure any queries you have are answered on the day.