2019-2020 Admission statistics (Postgraduate Taught)

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Dear University of Stirling,

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

1. List of all postgraduate taught courses for 2018/2019
2. Number of applicants (please list a number for each postgraduate taught programme)
3. Number of offers made (please list a number for each postgraduate taught programme)
4. Number of Chinese applications and offers made (please list a number for each postgraduate taught programme)

Yours faithfully,

KAI CHEN

Freedom of Information Unit, University of Stirling

Dear Mr Chen,

 

Can you clarify if you wish data for the academic year 2019/20 or 2018/19?
Once you provide this clarification we will proceed with your request.

 

Regards,

 

Freedom of Information Unit

University of Stirling

 

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Dear Freedom of Information Unit,

Sorry for the confusion of the request. For the data, I refer to 2019/2020 admission cycle.

Yours sincerely,

KAI CHEN

Freedom of Information Unit, University of Stirling

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Dear Mr Chen,

 

I refer to your Freedom of Information request regarding admissions
statistics. 

 

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 (please list a number for each postgraduate taught programme)
3. Number of offers made (please list a number for each postgraduate
taught programme) 4. Number of Chinese applications and offers made
(please list a number for each postgraduate taught programme)

 

See attached pdf for the responses to your questions.

 

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University of Stirling

 

 

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