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Dear University of Edinburgh,

Please provide the statistics below for
* Applicants from People’s Republic of China
* For all undergraduate programmes
* Admissions cycle 2016-17, 2017-18, 2018-19, 2019-20, 2020-21:

For each undergraduate programme, by applicant A-level, IB courses and AP course combination:
- Minimum, Mean, Median, Maximum number of GCSE A*s, predicted A-level A*s/actual A-level A*s, predicted and actual IB score/AP scores of applicants
- Minimum, Mean, Median, Maximum number of GCSE A*s, predicted A-level A*s/actual A-level A*s, predicted and actual IB score/AP scores of offer holders
- Minimum, Mean, Median, Maximum number of GCSE A*s, predicted A-level A*s/actual A-level A*s, predicted and actual IB score/AP scores of accepted and enrolled students

Please provide this information in long format if possible.
The above information can be in one spreadsheet, split into sheets by undergraduate programme. Alternatively, it can be in multiple spreadsheets by the undergraduate programme.

In a separate spreadsheet, for each undergraduate programme, please provide:
Number of applications from People’s Republic of China
Number of offers from People’s Republic of China
Number of registrations from People’s Republic of China
Number of female applicants
Number of white applicants
Number of Asian applicants
Number of Black applicants
Number of mixed ethnicity applicants
Number of applicants of other ethnicities

Yours faithfully,
Yuemei

Records Management, University of Edinburgh

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Dear Yuemei Jiang

Thank you for your email of 10 April requesting information.

I am writing to let you know that we have received your email and to help
you make a valid request. In this case, your request is not valid because
you have not provided your real name in the body of your email making the
request.

To ensure your request is valid and that the University is obliged to
answer it, you must provide your real name in your request, which could be
your first name and last name, first initial and last name, or title and
last name. If you are making the request on behalf of someone else you
must provide their real name. The [1]Office of the Scottish Information
Commissioner's guidance on this point explains that if you do not provide
your real name or the name of the person on whose behalf you are making
the request, you will lose your right to appeal to the Commissioner should
you be unhappy with the handling of your request. The guidance also
explains what constitutes a real name for the purposes of making a request
valid. Please refer to the guidance for further details.

When you have made a valid request, we will respond as soon as possible.

If you are unhappy with the way the University has handled your request,
you have the right to ask the University to conduct an internal review of
the reasons for the delay. If you wish to submit a review request you
should write to the Records Management Section (using this email address),
describing the original request, explaining your grounds for
dissatisfaction, and including an address for correspondence. When the
review process is complete, if you are still dissatisfied, you may use the
[2]Scottish Information Commissioner's guidance on making an appeal to
make an appeal to the Commissioner.

The [3]University of Edinburgh's request privacy notice, which describes
how we use the information you have supplied about yourself and your
request, is published on the University website.

Yours sincerely

David Ward

Records Management

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