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Dear University College London,

I would appreciate if you would provide me with the applicant profiles of all applicants to the

Sociology BSc
History, Politics and Economics BA
Sociology and Politics of Science BSc
European Social and Political Studies BA
Education Studies BA
Mathematics MSci
Statistics BSc
Economics and Statistics BSc (Econ)
Statistics, Economics and Finance BSc

within the last 3 admission cycles (i.e. the number of applicants, the number of offers and the number of enrolled students for the following programmes, the A-level subjects, AS grades and A2 predictions of each applicant, along with whether or not they were made an offer).

Yours faithfully,

Yours faithfully,

ShuiBing Chen

Finance.FOI Requests, University College London

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Dear ShuiBing Chen

 

Thank you for your Freedom of Information request of 12^th October 2022. 

 

We have completed the compilation of information in response to your
request for information about the number of applicants, offers, enrolled
students, A level subjects, AS grades and A2 predictions of each
applicant, along with whether or not they were made an offer for the
following UCL programmes within the last 3 admission cycles:

 

‚Äʬ†Sociology BSc
‚Äʬ†History, Politics and Economics BA
‚Äʬ†Sociology and Politics of Science BSc
‚Äʬ†European Social and Political Studies BA
‚Äʬ†Education Studies BA
‚Äʬ†Mathematics MSci
‚Äʬ†Statistics BSc
‚Äʬ†Economics and Statistics BSc (Econ)
‚Äʬ†Statistics, Economics and Finance BSc

 

We can confirm that we do hold some information of the description
specified in your request and this information is provided below.

 

Our Response:

 

Number of applicants:

 

Course code Course title 2020 2021 2022
UBAEDUSSTD01 BA Education Studies (Honours) 664 837 928
UBAESPSSTU18 BA European Social and Political Studies 160 135 100
UBAHPESING18 BA History, Politics and Economics 579 593 630
UBSSOCSING18 BSc Sociology 300 471 535
UBSSPOSSCI18 BSc Sociology and Politics of Science 130 143 160
UBSSTASING18 BSc Statistics 164 210 230
UBSSTASSEF18 BSc Statistics, Economics and Finance 903 1190 1637
UBEECOASTA18 BSc(Econ) Economics and Statistics 512 559 530
UMSMATSING18 MSci Mathematics 442 360 395

 

 

Number of offers:

 

Course code Course title 2020 2021 2022
UBAEDUSSTD01 BA Education Studies (Honours) 389 272 340
UBAESPSSTU18 BA European Social and Political Studies 108 104 74
UBAHPESING18 BA History, Politics and Economics 433 379 213
UBSSOCSING18 BSc Sociology 160 150 170
UBSSPOSSCI18 BSc Sociology and Politics of Science 98 99 82
UBSSTASING18 BSc Statistics 99 51 40
UBSSTASSEF18 BSc Statistics, Economics and Finance 356 231 220
UBEECOASTA18 BSc(Econ) Economics and Statistics 256 144 109
UMSMATSING18 MSci Mathematics 327 191 179

 

 

Number of intake:

 

Course code Course title 2020 2021 2022
UBAEDUSSTD01 BA Education Studies (Honours) 179 116 185
UBAESPSSTU18 BA European Social and Political Studies 41 48 25
UBAHPESING18 BA History, Politics and Economics 104 128 60
UBSSOCSING18 BSc Sociology 39 40 43
UBSSPOSSCI18 BSc Sociology and Politics of Science 12 27 25
UBSSTASING18 BSc Statistics 38 17 17
UBSSTASSEF18 BSc Statistics, Economics and Finance 97 84 78
UBEECOASTA18 BSc(Econ) Economics and Statistics 72 51 28
UMSMATSING18 MSci Mathematics 76 44 48

 

 

With regards to the A level subjects, AS grades and A2 predictions of each
applicant, along with whether or not they were made an offer, the
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This information has been withheld under Section 40(2) of the Freedom of
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