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Dear Imperial College London,

Under the request of information act, may I request the following data for Biological Sciences (C100) and Biological Sciences with French for a Science

1. The number of offers made, and the number of rejections made
2. The number of students enrolled
3. The number of students who missed their offers
4. The number of students who missed their offers and was still accepted
5. The results of the students who missed their offer and was still accepted
6. Of those who were accepted despite missing their offer, how many had EC (extenuating circumstances)?
7. Of those who were accepted despite missing their offer, how many were home applicants and how many were international applicants?
8. The results of the students enrolled, the average (mode, median and mean) if possible

Yours faithfully,
Perry Maison

IMPFOI, Imperial College London

Dear Mr Maison

This is to acknowledge receipt of your request below, made under the Freedom of Information Act. The College aims to respond to your request within twenty working days of receipt of your request.

We will contact you again in due course.

Kind regards,

Catherine Mitchell

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IMPFOI, Imperial College London

Dear Mr Maison

 

Thank you for your recent Freedom of Information request. My apologies for
the delay in our response.

 

Please find below the College's response to your questions. All
information relates to the 2018 UCAS cycle. Please note that figures of 5
or fewer have been replaced with an asterisk as there is a risk that
individuals could be identifiable. Information is exempt from disclosure
under the Freedom of Information Act, Section 40(2), if it is personal
data and releasing the information would breach one of the data protection
principles contained in the Data Protection Act 2018/General Data
Protection Regulations.

 

Statistical information can amount to personal information if it would be
possible to identify the individual from that information or from that
information and other information that may be available to the recipient
of the information. Where small numbers are involved, the possibility that
the receiver might be able to link the information to an individual is
increased.

 

The first data protection principle requires us to be fair in the way we
handle a person’s information. It would not be regarded as fair to
disclose information that the individual would not reasonably expect to be
made public. Our students would not expect the information that they have
given us for admissions purposes to be made available to the public. This
is a refusal notice in relation to the personal information aspect of your
request as required by the Freedom of Information Act.

 

1. The number of offers made, and the number of rejections made

Offers

C100: 484

C1R1: 8

 

Rejections:

C100: 238

C1R1: *

 

2. The number of students enrolled

C100 : 142

C1R1: *

 

3. The number of students who missed their offers

C100: 26

C1R1: *

 

4. The number of students who missed their offers and were still accepted

C100: *

C1R1: *

 

5. The results of the students who missed their offer and were still
accepted

 

We cannot provide information on individual student results because this
is personal information. Information is exempt from disclosure under the
Freedom of Information Act, Section 40(2), if it is personal
data and releasing the information would breach one of the data protection
principles contained in the Data Protection Act 2018/General Data
Protection Regulations. 

 

The first data protection principle requires us to be fair in the way we
handle a person’s information. It would not be regarded as fair to
disclose information that the individual would not reasonably expect to be
made public. Our students would not expect the information that they have
given us for admissions purposes to be made available to the public. This
is a refusal notice in relation to the personal information aspect of your
request as required by the Freedom of Information Act. 

 

6. Of those who were accepted despite missing their offer, how many had EC
(extenuating circumstances)?

 

C100: *

C1R1: *

 

7. Of those who were accepted despite missing their offer, how many were
home applicants and how many were international applicants?

C100: *

C1R1: *

 

8. The results of the students enrolled, the average(mode, median and
mean) if possible.

The mean average is shown below:

 

C100:  AAB

C1R1: Due to the small numbers involved we cannot provide statistical
information as there is risk that this will disclose personal data.
Information is exempt from disclosure under the Freedom of Information
Act, Section 40(2), if it is personal data and releasing the information
would breach one of the data protection principles contained in the Data
Protection Act 2018/General Data Protection Regulations. For the reasons
given above, this is a refusal notice in relation to the personal
information aspect of your request as required by the Freedom of
Information Act. 

 

If you are unhappy with the way that we have handled your request, you can
ask us to conduct a review. Please make your representation in writing
within 40 days of the date you received this response. If you remain
dissatisfied with how Imperial College has handled your request you may
then approach the Information Commissioner’s Office.

 

Kind regards,

 

Freedom of Information Team

Imperial College London

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