Interview Statistics for Electrical & Electronic Engineering (BEng)

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Dear Imperial College London,
Under the Freedom of Information Act I would like to request the
following information about undergraduate Electrical & Electronic Engineering
UCAS Code: H600 (BEng) admissions in ICL:

- Percentage of total applicants invited to interview
- Percentage of the applicants interviewed who were made an offer
- Percentage of international applicants invited to interview
- Percentage of international applicants interviewed who were made
an offer

Please provide the data for last 3 admission cycles.

Thank you so much!

Yours faithfully,

Jason Chen

IMPFOI, Imperial College London

Dear Mr Chen,

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,

Bryony Greenfield

IMPFOI, Imperial College London

Dear Mr Chen,

 

Thank you for your recent Freedom of Information request.

 

Please find below the College's response to your questions:

 

Electrical & Electronic Engineering UCAS Code: H600 (BEng) admissions in
ICL. Please provide the data for last 3 admission cycles.

 

- Percentage of total applicants invited to interview

 

2015/16: 63.9%

 

2016/17: 58.7%

 

2017/18: 54.3%

 

- Percentage of the applicants interviewed who were made an offer

 

2015/16: 51.6%

 

2016/17: 50.2%

 

2017/18: 41.8%

 

- Percentage of international applicants invited to interview

 

2015/16: 66.2%

 

2016/17: 57.3%

 

2017/18: 52.0%

 

- Percentage of international applicants interviewed who were made an
offer

 

2015/16: 48.3%

 

2016/17: 45.4%

 

2017/18: 38.3%

 

Please note that "International Applicants" has been interpreted as
applicants with Overseas Fee Status. Fee Status is assessed by Imperial
College London in accordance with UKCISA and Imperial College London
policies on Fee Status Assessment.

 

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Bryony Greenfield