Dear York St John University,
I request the following information under the Freedom of Information Act:
1) Breakdown of enrolled first-year undergraduate students, sorted by primary nationality, for the academic years 2008/2009 to 2013/2014 included, in total number and in percentage over first-year student body, by Subject, as well as the total number of enrolled first-year undergraduate students by nationality in the University.
2) Breakdown of applicants to undergraduate degrees (four-year Master’s degrees and similar included), sorted by primary nationality, for the academic years 2008/2009 to 2013/2014 included, in total number and in percentage over total number of applicants, by Subject, as well as the total number of applicants to such degrees by nationality in the University.
3) Data on the means of payment of tuition fees of first-year undergraduate students from the EU, including UK, sorted by nationality - in particular, I request information on the amount of students relying on student loans or studentships as compared to those who fully support themselves on personal means. I request this data broken down by Subject, as well as the total data for all first-year undergraduate students in the University, for the same years specified above.
Should the information not be held by nationality, I would kindly request the same data, broken down by fee status (UK, EU non-UK, International), as long as UK students are clearly separated from EU non-UK students.
Thank you in advance.
Dear Ms Tieghi
Request for Information – Freedom of Information Act
Thank you for your correspondence, received 30 January 2018, which has
been treated as a request for information in accordance with the Freedom
of Information Act 2000 (“FOIA”).
Please find attached our response.
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