Admission statistics - Master in Analytics and Management

Ash Kamal made this Freedom of Information request to London Business School

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Dear London Business School,

Please could you send me the following statistics for the Master in Analytics and Management (MAM) course for the last two years (or as long as the course has been running):

1. The number of applicants
2. The number of offers made to applicants
3. The number of applicants who accepted the offer and enrolled
4. The average GMAT score of successful applicants

And if feasible (but please ignore if the information isn't easily obtainable):
5. The average LBS scholarship funding given to students on the MAM course

Yours faithfully,

Ash Kamal

FOI, London Business School

Dear Mr Kamal,

Thank you for your enquiry under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. We will respond within the statutory 20 working days from the date of your request.

Yours sincerely,
Cathy Youthed

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FOI, London Business School

Dear Mr Kamal,

Further to your request of 21 December for information under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, please find the answers to your questions below.

Please could you send me the following statistics for the Master in Analytics and Management (MAM) course for the last two years (or as long as the course has been running):

Please note that there has only been one intake of the MAM programme to date - the MAM2020 class that began in Autumn 2019.
1. The number of applicants - 298
2. The number of offers made to applicants - 100
3. The number of applicants who accepted the offer and enrolled - 80
4. The average GMAT score of successful applicants - 697.2

And if feasible (but please ignore if the information isn't easily obtainable):
5. The average LBS scholarship funding given to students on the MAM course - Average funding per student was £8,225.

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Yours sincerely,
Cathy Youthed

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