Dear London School of Economics,
I am writing regarding the LSE CHOICE programme, which is run by Widening Participation (WP).
I would like to know the following details for the students that took part in 2018/19:
1. How many CHOICE students applied to LSE?
2. How many of these CHOICE students, who applied, were given an offer by LSE?
3. What courses did these CHOICE students apply for, with numbers for each course?
4. How many students who received these offers met their grade requirements and got in to LSE?
With reference to your request for information under the Freedom of
Information Act, please find below the information you requested.
1. How many CHOICE students applied to LSE? 60 students
2. How many of these CHOICE students, who applied, were given an offer by
3. What courses did these CHOICE students apply for, with numbers for each
course? See table below
4. How many students who received these offers met their grade
requirements and got in to LSE? 6 students met their grade requirements
and got into LSE
Course code Course name Applicants
C800 BSc Psychological and Behavioural Science 2
G1L1 BSc Mathematics with Economics 2
GL11 BSc Mathematics and Economics 5
L0V0 BSc Philosophy, Politics and Economics 1
L101 BSc Economics 11
L140 BSc Econometrics and Mathematical Economics 1
L230 BSc Politics 2
L250 BSc International Relations 1
L290 BSc Politics and International Relations 4
L301 BSc Sociology 4
L603 BSc Social Anthropology 1
LL12 BSc Politics and Economics 4
LL42 BSc International Social and Public Policy with 1
LLK1 BSc International Social and Public Policy and 1
LV21 BSc Politics and History 4
LV25 BSc Politics and Philosophy 1
M100 LLB Bachelor of Laws 2
ML16 BA Anthropology and Law 3
N200 BSc Management 1
V146 BA History 5
V300 BSc Economic History 2
VL12 BSc International Relations and History 1
VL31 BSc Economics and Economic History 1
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London School of Economics and Political Science, Houghton Street, London,
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London School of Economics
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