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Marketing spend on undergraduate courses

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Dear Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh,

Please could you provide me with the following information under the Freedom of Information Act:

In each of the financial years from 1998-99 to 2018-19 how much has your institution spent on advertising and marketing of undergraduate degrees? This should exclude open days and publication costs if possible.

If possible please break down this spending by different types of advertising and marketing:

- Print
- Traditional media
- Social media
- Search engine
- Direct advertising

I look forward to hearing from you.

Yours faithfully,

W Tanner

Freedom of Information Act, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh

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Dear W Tanner,

I refer to your request for information which is being managed under the provisions of the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 (“the FOISA”) and the Coronavirus (Scotland) Act 2020. Please find the University’s response attached. Please also accept my apologies for the unacceptably long delay, Covid-19 related childcare has had me working fewer and more irregular hours.

Your right to seek a review of how your information request was managed

If you are not satisfied with the University’s response and/or our reasoning, you have the right to request a review of our decision. The time lines in which this right is available are set out in section 20(5)(a) and (b) FOISA. In broad terms the right to seek a review must be exercised within 40 working days of receiving this response.

Any request for review should be put in writing or some other permanent form and sent to the University, for example by email to [Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh request email].

A request for a Review should:

a) state your name and address;
b) describe the nature of your original request; and
c) explain the reasons why you are dissatisfied with our response.

If you remain dissatisfied with how your request for information has been dealt with following Review, you also have the right to apply to the Scottish Information Commissioner (SIC) for a decision. In the event of an appeal to the SIC, the Commissioner will generally only be able to investigate the matters raised in the request for review. Details on how to appeal to the Scottish Information Commissioner is available on their website: www.itspublicknowledge.info/Appeal

Best wishes,

Fraser Rudge

Policy Adviser (Governance and Compliance)
Division of Governance and Quality Enhancement
Queen Margaret University
Musselburgh
East Lothian, EH21 6UU

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