Interview Style for 2021 Entry to A100 Medicine

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Christina Merkaj

Dear University of Bristol,

I am writing to ask what the interview style for 2020 applicants to A100 Medicine. Will the interviews be held in person at the university or virtually?

Yours faithfully,

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Dear Christina,


Freedom of Information Request (our reference FOI20-409)


We refer to your Freedom of Information request dated 6^th SeptemberYou
requested the following information:


“I am writing to ask what the interview style for 2020 applicants to A100
Medicine. Will the interviews be held in person at the university or


University’s Response


Further to Section 1 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (the “Act”) we
confirm that the information requested is held by the University of
Bristol (the “University”).


The Medicine interviews for 2021 will be held virtually, with more
information to be published soon on our website:


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