Application statistics for Economics BSc (2021entry)
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Dear University College London,
Could I please have the following application statistics for BSc Economics (2021 Entry):
1. The total applicants for this program and the total offers made
2. number of Chinese applicants and the offers made to Chinese students
3. Academics performance of BSc Economics offer holders, including IGCSE grades, achieved AS/A level grades and predicted A-level grades
4. The dates when those offer holders made their application
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