Dear Queen Mary University of London,
For the following undergraduate courses between the years 2016 and 2019,
1. What percentage of applicants do you give offers to who's predicted grades do not meet your grade offers?
2. What percentage of applicants who have work experience are given offers?
3. What percentage of applicants do you give offers to who's predicted grades did meet your grade offers?
Dear P. Chu
Thank you for your email of 7^th January.
I am afraid that we are not able to supply the information you have
requested. This is because we do hold data on predicted grades or work
experience in a standard format or in a way that we could report from. If
held, these would be on each individual application. We believe to look
this information up and cross-check with offers and actual grades, even
for one programme for one year, would exceed the appropriate limit as
defined by the Freedom of Information and Data Protection (Appropriate
Limit) Regulations 2004. For your information this is £450, calculated as
the estimated cost of one person spending 18 hours in determining whether
the information is held, then locating, retrieving and extracting the
information. Section 12 of the FOIA therefore makes provision for public
authorities to refuse such requests.
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