Dear Newcastle University,

As of the May UCAS deadline for Institutions to make their decisions on applications (or end of cycle, if you do not still hold information for this date), can you please confirm how many places there were for your A100 course, how many applicants you had, how many were invited to interview and how many offers were made, please?

I would like this information for 2021 entry, 2020 entry and 2019 entry, please, and split into Home and International fee status, please.

Could you also please state the UCAT cut off required for an interview for each of these years for a standard, non-contextual applicant, for an international applicant and one applying via the Partners programme, please?

Many thanks for your help,

Yours faithfully,

Judy Macdonald

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Dear Judy

Thank you for your recent request for information.

Please find below the answers to your queries:

 

2019 entry 2020 2021 2019 2020 2021
  entry entry entry entry entry
A100
A100 Applications 2165 1971 1929 Applications 403 413 510
Received (home) Received
(international)
A100 number of
A100 number of applicants
applicants invited 1072 930 894 invited for 115 83 94
for interview (home) interview
(international)
A100 Number of A100 Number of
offers made (home) 535 626 599 offers made 71 65 63
(international)
2019 entry 2020 2021
entry entry
A100 UCAT Threshold 2720(home)/2700 2730 2820
(home/international) (int)
A100 UCAT Threshold 2550 2620 2720
(partners)
A100 Places 367 362 375
Available

 

 

 

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