Admission Statistics For M100 LLB UCL

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All of the questions below relate to the Bachelor of Laws course – M100 Law

1. How many international students (Non EU) applied to the course M100 LLB law for the admission year 2015, 2016, 2017?

2. What is the breakdown of nationality of students (Non-EU) for the admission year 2015, 2016, 2017?

3. If the exact breakdown is not available, list the number of students from the following countries for the admission year 2015, 2016, 2017?

• Singapore
• Hong Kong
• China
• Taiwan
• Thailand
• Malaysia
• Indonesia

4. How many international students (Non-EU) received an interview for the admission year 2015, 2016, 2017?

5. How many international students (Non-EU) received an offer for the admission year 2015, 2016, 2017?

6. How many local students (UK and EU) applied to the course M100 LLB law for the admission year 2015, 2016, 2017?

7. How many local students (UK and EU) received an interview for the admission year 2015, 2016, 2017?

8. How many local students (UK and EU) received an offer for the admission year 2015, 2016, 2017?

Yours faithfully,

Richard Wong

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Dear Mr Wong,

 

We have completed the compilation of information in response to your
request.

 

We can confirm that we do hold some information of the description
specified in your request and this information is given below.

 

All of the questions below relate to the Bachelor of Laws course – M100
Law.

 

1.            How many international students (Non EU) applied to the
course M100 LLB law for the admission year 2015, 2016, 2017?

 

2015 – 1203

2016 – 1147

2017 – 1153

 

Please note that not all candidates who apply are assessed for fee status.
All applications are given a provisional fee status automatically by the
system but, this is not accurate in all cases. The information provided
above is based on the applicant’s provisional fee status.

 

2.            What is the breakdown of nationality of students (Non-EU)
for the admission year 2015, 2016, 2017?

 

You will see some British nationals in the below table – this is because
they either had an Overseas fee status or that they had a dual
nationality.

 

Nationality 2015 Nationality 2016 Nationality 2017  
Singaporean 279 Singaporean 298 Singaporean 283
Malaysian 143 Malaysian 135 Malaysian 119
Canadian 100 Hong Kong 91 Hong Kong 103
Indian 97 Canadian 82 Canadian 103
Hong Kong 96 Indian 74 Indian 71
Chinese 67 Chinese 57 United States 58
British
Australian 50 National 47 Chinese 57
British
National 50 United States 38 BritishNational 49
United
States
citizen 48 Pakistani 35 Pakistani 41
Pakistani 36 Australian 26 Australian 28
South
Korean 24 Nigerian 26 Nigerian 20
Nigerian 23 South Korean 25 Mauritian 11
Jordanian 11 Russian 15 South Korean 10
Mauritian 10 Indonesian 14 Russian 9
Russian 9 Jordanian 10 Turkish 9
Bangladeshi 8 New Zealander 10 Jordanian 8
Turkish 8 Trinidad&Tobago 10 Saudi Arabian 8
Lebanese 7 Turkish 9 Emirati 8
South
African 6 Bangladeshi 6 Indonesian 7
Thai 6 Egyptian 6 South African 7
Egyptian 5 Jamaican 6 Egyptian 6
Indonesian 5 Brazilian 5 French 6
New      
Zealander 5 Saudi Arabian 5 Lebanese 5
Trinidad      
and Tobago 5 Moroccan   5
        German 5  

 

Please note that for other nationalities for 2015, 2016 and 2017 there
were less than 5 applicants with that nationality and as such we have
redacted this information. Please see below for a more detailed
explanation.

 

3.            If the exact breakdown is not available, list the number of
students from the following countries for the admission year 2015, 2016,
2017?

 

Singapore – see above table for these figures.

Hong Kong – see above table for these figures.

China – see above table for these figures.

Taiwan – there were less than 5 applicants with this nationality and as
such we have redacted this information.

Thailand – see above table for these figures.

Malaysia – see above table for these figures.

Indonesia – see above table for these figures.

 

4.            How many international students (Non-EU) received an
interview for the admission year 2015, 2016, 2017?

 

None.

 

5.            How many international students (Non-EU) received an offer
for the admission year 2015, 2016, 2017?

 

2015 – 198

2016 – 203

2017 – 248

 

6.            How many local students (UK and EU) applied to the course
M100 LLB law for the admission year 2015, 2016, 2017?

 

2015 – 1219

2016 – 1388

2017 – 1474

 

7.            How many local students (UK and EU) received an interview
for the admission year 2015, 2016, 2017?

 

None.

 

8.            How many local students (UK and EU) received an offer for
the admission year 2015, 2016, 2017?

 

2015 – 293

2016 – 395

2017 – 304

 

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Dear Finance.FOI Requests,

Can I further request the number of successful applicants for Law LLB M100 in 2017 that are Singaporean?

Yours sincerely,

Richard Wong

Finance.FOI Requests, University College London

Dear Mr Wong,

Thank you for your below e-mail.

We have already provided you with the number of students in 2017 that are from Singapore as part of our response to the below FOI request - please see the answer to question 2.

If this is not what you are requesting, can you please clarify the information you are after?

Kind regards,

Mehwish Sultan
Data Protection and Freedom of Information Adviser
University College London
Legal Services, Finance and Business Affairs
Internal address: 6th Floor, 1-19 Torrington Place, London, WC1E 7HB
E: [email address] Data Protection: [email address] FOI: [UCL request email].
Telephone: +44 (0)203 108 7862 (internal 57862)

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Dear Finance.FOI Requests,

Hi, thanks the data includes the number of applicants for the Singaporeans.

I am looking for the number of people who will given offers who were Singaporean from the year 2017.

Yours sincerely,

Richard Wong