Dr James Knapton
Information Compliance Officer
14 February 2019
Dear Mr Lawrence,
Your request was received on 18 January 2019 and I am dealing with it under the terms of the
Freedom of Information Act 2000 (‘the Act’).
What percentage of incoming mathematics undergraduates were UK nationals for the years
What percentage of incoming economics undergraduates were UK nationals for the years 2005-
What percentage of incoming theology undergraduates were UK nationals for the years 2005-
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Theology, Religion and Philosophy of Religion Tripos
Numbers for each academic year are based on the extract of data from the University student records system on the census date of 1 December for students who were active (not
intermitting their studies) on that census date.
Numbers are for students entering full-time undergraduate study in a given academic year irrespective of the year of course they might be entering, i.e. affiliated students start from the
second year of course but are counted as entrants in the year in which they start
The dataset does not include 2005-06 and 2006-07 academic years, as due to the implementation of the new student records system in those years, the data for those years might not be
of sufficient quality