This is an HTML version of an attachment to the Freedom of Information request 'Statistics of International Applicants for BDS 2020 entry'.

Navid Kouhi  
20 November 2020 
Our Ref: FOI Ref 2020/453 - F1207974 
Dear Navid Kouhi, 
Re: Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 – Request for Information 
Thank you for your email which was received by the University on 28th  October 2020 timed 
12:09 hours, requesting the following information: 
I would like to request for the statistics of 2020 entry BDS course: 
1.Total number of international applicants  
2.Number of international applicants offered an interview  
3.Number of international applicants offered a place  
4.Minimum and Maximum UCAT score of international applicants who were offered a 
University’s Response 
I would like to request for the statistics of 2020 entry BDS course: 
1.  Total number of international applicants 
There were ninety (90) international applicants. 
2.  Number of international applicants offered an interview 
Thirty-two (32) were offered an interview. 
3.  Number of international applicants offered a place 
Twenty-one (21) were offered a place. 
4.  Minimum and Maximum UCAT score of international applicants who were offered a 
Minimum UCAT score was 2630,  the maximum UCAT score was 2850. 
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