L100, 4V86 and M100 Admissions Statistics for Sept 2015 Entry

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Ref.: FOI/U80/UCAS
Date: 5 April 2015

Dear University College London,

I am making an enquiry into the admissions statistics of three
undergraduate courses for September 2015 entry. They are BSc in
Economics (L100), BSc in Philosophy, Politics and Economics (4V86) and LLB in Laws (M100).

In the following context 'Home/EU' refers to applicants whose
tuition fee status is classified as Home/EU, and 'Overseas' to
applicants whose tuition fee status is classified as Overseas.

On each of these three courses,

1/ what is the registration target for Home/EU and Overseas
applicants respectively?
- 'Home/EU' AND 'Overseas' Registration Target for L100
- 'Home/EU' AND 'Overseas' Registration Target for 4V86
- 'Home/EU' AND 'Overseas' Registration Target for M100
2/ how many applications were received from Home/EU and Overseas
applicants respectively?
- 'Home/EU' AND 'Overseas' Number of Applications for L100
- 'Home/EU' AND 'Overseas' Number of Applications for 4V86
- 'Home/EU' AND 'Overseas' Number of Applications for M100
3/ how many offers were made to Home/EU and Overseas applicants
respectively?
- 'Home/EU' AND 'Overseas' Number of Offers for L100
- 'Home/EU' AND 'Overseas' Number of Offers for 4V86
- 'Home/EU' AND 'Overseas' Number of Offers for M100

Should there still be applications for one of these courses on
which a final decision has not been made, I will be pleased to wait
until the relevant statistics become available, but will be
appreciative of any information regarding the other course(s) that
is readily available as of the day this request is processed. If,
however, all three courses have applications pending, I will also
be pleased to wait until all the relevant statistics become
available.

Thank you for your help.

Yours faithfully,
Anna-Ruth Lieu

Yours faithfully,

A. R. Lieu

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Dear A.R. Lieu,

 

I am writing in response to your request for information received by UCL
on 7 April. Please accept my apologies for the fact that we were unable to
respond to your request within 20 working days.

 

The information relating to the applications and offers for Home/EU and
Overseas students for the programmes that you selected for 2015/16 entry
is attached.

 

In addition, UCL produces recruitment estimates by department rather than
programme.  We are not therefore able to answer for the specific UCAS
programmes listed.  However we can provide the data for UG degree intake
estimates for the 3 departments concerned, these are:

 

·         Dept. of Economics:  125 UK/EU; 112 Overseas

·         Dept. of Political Science:  24 UK/EU; 6 Overseas

·         Dept. of Laws:  105 UK/EU; 70 Overseas    

 

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