Information on the application process to the undergraduate law course.

Roedd y cais yn rhannol lwyddiannus.

George Mounokoliavitz

Dear London School of Economics,

Please provide the following information regarding the Law (M100 or M101) undergraduate course at your university. If variants of this course are available (such as Law with another subject or Law with a year of study abroad), please exclude them from your response.

[1] The number of candidates enrolled in the law course at the start of the following academic years: 2018, 2017, 2016.

[2] The percentage of UK-domiciled, EU-domiciled, and International candidates enrolled in the law course at the start of the following academic years: 2018, 2017, 2016.

[3] The offer rate for the law course for the following application cycles: 2017/2018, 2016/2017, 2015/2016.

[4] The number of students who were offered a place on Results Day despite missing the terms of their conditional offers.

[4A] An anonymised list of all of the A-level, IB, or other final graduation grades of the students who missed their conditional offers but who were nonetheless offered a place. This list should contain a separate entry or row for each candidate.

[5] Whether the university’s law course has entered into the UCAS Clearing process during the following admissions cycles: 2017/2018, 2016/2017, 2015/2016.

[5A] If so, the number of law offers given to candidates through Clearing in each of these admissions cycles.

[6] Whether the university’s law course has received applications through the UCAS Extra process during the following admissions cycles: 2017/2018, 2016/2017, 2015/2016.

[6A] If so, the number of law offers given to candidates through Extra in each of these admissions cycles.

[7] Whether the university’s law course has participated in the UCAS Adjustment process during the following admissions cycles: 2017/2018, 2016/2017, 2015/2016.

[7A] If so, the number of law offers given to candidates through Adjustment in each of these admissions cycles.

[8] Whether the university has offered candidates a lower ‘contextual’ offer during the following admissions cycles: 2017/2018, 2016/2017, 2015/2016.

[8A] If so, the number of contextual offers given to candidates in each of these admissions cycles.

Yours faithfully,

George Mounokoliavitz

GLPD.Info.Rights, London School of Economics

2 Atodiad

Dear George

 

With reference to your request for information under the Freedom of
Information Act, please find attached and below the School’s response.

 

Questions 1-4 are attached, as is the answer to question 4a. 

 

[5] Whether the university’s law course has entered into the UCAS Clearing
process during the following admissions cycles: 2017/2018, 2016/2017,
2015/2016.

 

No.

[5A] If so, the number of law offers given to candidates through Clearing
in each of these admissions cycles.

 

N/A.

[6] Whether the university’s law course has received applications through
the UCAS Extra process during the following admissions cycles: 2017/2018,
2016/2017, 2015/2016.

 

No.

[6A] If so, the number of law offers given to candidates through Extra in
each of these admissions cycles.

 

N/A.

[7] Whether the university’s law course has participated in the UCAS
Adjustment process during the following admissions cycles: 2017/2018,
2016/2017, 2015/2016.

 

No.

[7A] If so, the number of law offers given to candidates through
Adjustment in each of these admissions cycles.

 

N/A.

[8] Whether the university has offered candidates a lower ‘contextual’
offer during the following admissions cycles: 2017/2018, 2016/2017,
2015/2016.

 

No.

[8A] If so, the number of contextual offers given to candidates in each of
these admissions cycles.

 

N/A.

 

 

Each applicant to LSE is considered on his/her merit and in competition
with the rest of the applicant cohort in a given admissions cycle. Each
application is viewed holistically; assessing the merit, potential,
motivation, skills and qualities of applicants by considering all the
information presented on the application form. This includes, but is not
limited to, academic achievements and qualifications. The personal
statement, academic reference and additional social and educational
contextual data also form an important part of the selection process. For
more information on exactly what contextual information is used in the
admissions decision making process please refer to the [1]Undergraduate
Admissions Policy.

 

 

If you think that the information provided does not meet your request,
contact me on 020 7955 7554 or write to Louise Nadal, School Secretary,
London School of Economics and Political Science, Houghton Street, London,
WC2A 2AE. We will then review the response to your request and get back to
you within 20 working days. You can also contact the Information
Commissioner's Office [2]http://www.ico.gov.uk , though they expect the
internal review to be carried out before receiving a complaint directly.

 

The provision of information by the LSE under the Freedom of Information
Act 2000 does not imply a right to copy, reproduce publish or otherwise
use such information.

 

Copying or reproducing such information in any way either in whole or in
part without prior written consent may be an infringement of copyright or
other intellectual property right belonging to the LSE or a third party.

 

Yours sincerely

 

Danny Hassell

Executive Assistant to the School Secretary The London School of Economics
and Political Science Houghton Street | London | WC2A 2AE

 

 

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