A100 applications by domicile

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Dear University of Edinburgh,

Medical places and admissions by country of domicile for A100 for
2010/2011, 2011/2012, 2012/2013 and 2013/2014.

How many places in each cycle were allocated to each of Scotland/EU
SFC-funded, RUK and non-EU applicants?

How many applicants were there in each cycle from each of Scotland,
EU (excluding RUK), RUK and non-EU?

How many applicants in each cycle were offered places from each of Scotland, EU (excluding RUK), RUK and non-EU? What was the lowest selectors score (out of 37 for all years up to 2012/13 and out of 40 for 2013/14) for each classification of applicant (Scotland, EU -excluding RUK, RUK and non-EU) in each cycle of applicant who was offered a place?

What was the highest selectors score ( out of 37 for all years up to 2012/13 and out of 40 for 2013/14) for each classification of applicant (Scotland, EU - excluding RUK, RUK and non-EU) in each cycle of applicant who was not offered a place? In the event of a tie in scores, what factor was used to determine offer/no offer?

In each cycle, How many applicants from a widening access programme applied from Scotland/EU? How many of these applicants were offered a place? How many of these applicants would not have achieved an offer (would have scored less than than the lowest score for offer) if they had not gained extra points from this during the selection process?

For widening access programme applicants - are any checks of the applicants postcodes carried out to ensure that they should qualify or is the school attended sufficient?

Yours faithfully,

Mr Dempster

Dear University of Edinburgh,

In addition to my request, please provide details of the proportion of widening access applicants who scored top third for Personal Statement/reference and the proportion of non-widening access applicants who scored top third for Personal Statement/reference.
Yours faithfully,

Mr Dempster

AAPS Records Management, University of Edinburgh

Mr Dempster
[FOI #200386 email]

5th March 2014

Dear Mr Dempster

Thank you for your email of 5th March 2014 requesting information about Medical places and admissions by domicile. I am writing to let you know that we have received your request and will process it as soon as possible, and certainly within 20 working days of the day we received the request. You will hear back from us by 2nd April 2014 at the latest.

Yours sincerely

Khush

Khush Joshi
Records Officer
Records Management Section
University of Edinburgh
Old College
Edinburgh
EH8 9YL

http://www.ed.ac.uk/records-management

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Dear AAPS Records Management,

I don't need the information on the event of a tie.

Yours sincerely,

Mr Dempster

ROWSON Emma, University of Edinburgh

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Dear Mr Dempster

 

Thank you for your Freedom of Information request. Please find my response
attached. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact me.

 

Kind regards

Emma

 

 

Emma Rowson (Miss)

CMVM Undergraduate Admissions Officer

 

Programmes:

MBChB, BSc (Hons) Medical Sciences, BSc (Hons) Oral Health Sciences

Direct Dial: 0131 242 6405

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Undergraduate Admissions / SU.218 / College of Medicine & Veterinary
Medicine / The University of Edinburgh/ The Chancellors’ Building/ 49
Little France Crescent/ Edinburgh/ EH16 4SB

Tel: 0131 242 6407

 

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Dear ROWSON Emma,

Thank you for the information.

Yours sincerely,

Mr Dempster

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