Distribution of Economics Offers (L101 only) given per week

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Dear London School of Economics,

I would like to request, under the Freedom of Information Act, the
number of offers for BSc Economics (L101 only) given each week, starting from the first week that offers were given to the last, of the UCAS cycles from 2018-2019 (i.e. the UCAS cycle for 2018 entry and 2019 entry). To clarify, I would be asking for the number of offers given on the week beginning Monday 15th of January 2019 (for instance) and all other weeks of the UCAS cycle.

Yours faithfully,
Zhen

GLPD.Info.Rights, London School of Economics

Dear Zhen

 

Further to your recent FoI request, the Schools response is provided
below:

 

2018/9
Date Offers
24/11/2017 15
08/12/2017 37
05/01/2018 22
12/01/2018 17
19/01/2018 20
02/02/2018 6
09/02/2018 4
16/02/2018 19
23/02/2018 19
07/03/2018 36
08/03/2018 10
12/03/2018 66
13/03/2018 20
14/03/2018 29
15/03/2018 7
19/03/2018 37
20/03/2018 54
22/03/2018 70
23/03/2018 9
27/03/2018 17
28/03/2018 2
2019/0
Date Offers
19/12/2018 25
18/01/2019 33
01/02/2019 12
04/02/2019 1
08/02/2019 1
15/02/2019 48
22/02/2019 6
28/02/2019 76
08/03/2019 64
13/03/2019 7
15/03/2019 48
20/03/2019 39
22/03/2019 30
25/03/2019 38
26/03/2019 31
28/03/2019 9

 

 

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Paul

 

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The London School of Economics and Political Science

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