2019-2020 Admission statistics (Postgraduate Taught)

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Dear Queen Mary University of London,

I am requesting for the following information. Please kindly provide data for 2019/2020 admission cycle.

1. List of all postgraduate taught courses for 2019/2020
2. Number of applicants (all postgraduate programmes)
3. Number of offers made (all postgraduate programmes)
4. Number of Chinese applications and offers made (all postgraduate programmes)

Yours faithfully,

KAI CHEN

QM FOI Enquiries, Queen Mary University of London

Dear Kai Chen,

 

We acknowledge receipt of your request.

 

I am writing to you for clarification.

 

When you refer to ‘Chinese’, please can you clarify whether you mean
Chinese by nationality of by domicile?

 

Please note that we will not process your request any further until we
receive a response.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Paul Smallcombe

Records & Information Compliance Manager

Dear QM FOI Enquiries,

Thanks for your reply.

Yes, the "Chinese applicants" mean Chinese by nationality of by domicile.

Yours sincerely,

KAI CHEN

QM FOI Enquiries, Queen Mary University of London

Dear Kai Chen,

Please accept our apologies, the query should have read 'by nationality OR by domicile' (emphasis now added).

However, it would appear that you want both to be considered and will proceed on that basis.

Yours sincerely

Queen Mary University of London

QM FOI Enquiries, Queen Mary University of London

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FOI 2019/F480

 

Dear Kai Chen,

 

Thank you for your emails.

 

I am pleased to attach the information you requested.

 

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Paul Smallcombe

Records & Information Compliance Manager

 

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