Admission Statistics for MSc Accounting and Finance

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Dear London School of Economics,
I hope this letter finds you well.

According to Freedom of Information right, I would be very grateful if you can kindly provide admission statistics (last three years) for MSc in Accounting and Finance

Entries include:
- Applications received
- Offers made
- Offers made to students in China
- Offer holders for each year broken down by (1) the university they have attended for undergraduate study and (2) their average GPA and major

Thank you in advance!

Yours faithfully,
Allen

GLPD.Info.Rights, London School of Economics

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Dear London School of Economics,

I am highly appreciated that if you can provide me with this information. Thank you very much!

Yours faithfully,

Allen James

Dear London School of Economics,

According to Freedom of Information right, I would be very grateful if you can kindly provide admission statistics (last three years) for MSc in Accounting and Finance. In order to reduce the workload of this request, I have changed my request.

Entries include:
- Applications received from the University of Manchester
- Offers made to candidates from the Unversity of Manchester
- Offers made to students from the University of Manchester which is Chinese
- GPA and major of offer holders from the University of Manchester

Thank you in advance!

Yours faithfully,
James

GLPD.Info.Rights, London School of Economics

Dear Allen,

 

Further to your recent FoI request, the Schools response is provided
below:

 

The figures for University of Manchester alumni applying to MSc Accounting
and Finance are:

 

Year Applications Offers Offers to Chinese applicants
2019/0 31 10 6
2020/1 46 14 11
2021/2 67 16 8

 

Of those offer holders, their degree subjects (as reported by the
applicants on their application form) were:

 

2019/0
Accounting (Main Subject) 3
Accounting and Finance 2
Economic and Social Studies 2
Economics and Finance 1
Finance/Admin/Services (Main Subject) 2
2020/1
Accounting (Main Subject) 3
Accounting (Single Subject) 2
Accounting and Finance 4
Economics (Main Subject) 2
Finance/Admin/Services (Main Subject) 2
Other subject (please state below) 1
2021/2
Accounting (Main Subject) 8
Accounting and Finance 1
Economic and Social Studies 2
Economics (Main Subject) 1
Finance/Admin/Services (Main Subject) 2
Management (Main Subject) 1
Other subject (please state below) 1

 

The confirmed grades we have available (not all offer holders provide
final grades) are:

2019/0: 2x upper second class honours 7x first class

2020/1: 1x upper second class honours 8x first class

2021/2: 4x upper second class honours 10x first class.

 

 

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