A100 Admission Statistics (International)

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Abdelrahman Sallam

Dear St George’s University of London,
I am writing to you with regards to the admission statistics for the 2015 and 2016 cycles for admission into Medicine (A100). Under the Freedom of Information Act you are requested to provide the following information for both the 2015 and 2016 cycles (International Students):

1. How many international applications were received through UCAS?
2. How many of the applicants in #1 were offered an interview?
3. What is the criteria/scoring system used to select applicants for interview?
4. For those interviewed in #2, what were the lowest and highest UKCAT scores?
5. How were the Situational Judgement band scores used in the application process, if at all?
6. How many offers were made in total (International)?
7. How many applicants who were offered a place attended (International)?
8. How does the university deal with situation where international students plan to complete 3 A-levels in the year of application and so do not have predicted grades?

Please provide the following as well:
9. A spreadsheet of all international applicants who were offered a place, including their received and predicted grades, as well as their UKCAT and GCSE scores, and interview scores (if applicable)
10. Can you provide a guide of the interview process and any scoring system or criteria that is used?
11. How are interviewed candidates then assessed to determine which candidates should be offered a place?
12. How are personal statements used in the selection process?

Please indicate which of the applicants are school leavers and which are not

Yours faithfully,

Abdelrahman Sallam

Freedom of Information, St George's University of London

I write to acknowledge your Freedom of Information request and we will respond in due course.

Best wishes.

Sheila Durkin
Governance Manager
Governance Legal and Assurance Services
St George’s, University of London
Email [email address]
Telephone 020 8725 4698

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Dear Freedom of Information,

Please reply within the 20 days working period. i.e. no later than October 7, in order for the information to be helpful to applicants applying to SGUL this year.

Thank you

Yours sincerely,

Abdelrahman Sallam

Freedom of Information, St George's University of London

Dear Sir,

Thank you for your further communication. Your request has been passed to relevant staff for a response.

Best wishes.

Sheila Durkin
Governance Manager
Governance Legal and Assurance Services
St George’s, University of London
Email [email address]
Telephone 020 8725 4698

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