Dear University College London,
Under the Freedom of Information act, I would like to know for the following programs:
- Master of Public Health
- MSc Population Health
- MSc Women's Health
for the 2021/22, 2020/21 and 2019/20 admission cycles:
- the number of applications,
- the number of offers made,
- the number of acceptances,
- the number of enrolments.
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Thank you for your Freedom of Information request of February 12^th.
We have completed the compilation of information in response to your
Your request was as follows: “Under the Freedom of Information act, I
would like to know for the following programs:
o Master of Public Health
o MSc Population Health
o MSc Women's Health
o for the 2021/22, 2020/21 and 2019/20 admission cycles:
o the number of applications,
o the number of offers made,
o the number of acceptances,
o the number of enrolments.”
We can confirm that we do hold information of the description specified in
your request and this information is provided in the document attached.
Please note, there is no data available for the Master of Public Health
course as it will start from next year.
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