Dear London School of Economics,
I would like to request the following data on an excel spreadsheet regarding the 2021/2022 application cycle for each of the following programmes: MSc Finance & MSc Finance and Private Equity.
1. Date application were sent to selectors
2. Date of final decision
3. Outcome of final decision
Thank you in advance.
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Further to your recent FoI request, the Schools response is provided below:
Please see attached.
Please note: LSE doesn't generally report on this, and so the data is not 100% accurate. They can be overwritten in order to expedite automatic processes, or carried forward from one year to the next if records are duplicated for deferrals or whatever. Sometimes decisions and their associated dates are deleted from course records because the applicant changes their mind about which programme they want to be considered for, or if one decision supersedes another (when a waitlisted application gets a final decision).
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