Admissions statistics for Law M100 LLB (Hons) 3 years

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Dear Queen Mary, University of London,

Can you please send me the statistics of student applicants for law M100 LLB (Hons) 3 years for the past three UCAS cycles including the following information:

1) ALL A-level predicted grades and actual grades achieved for AS and A-level and specified for each SUBJECT and applicant. Please don't send me grades without being specified to each subject and for each applicant.
2) GCSE ENGLISH LANGAUGE GRADE specified for each applicant
3) Whether they received an offer or not specified for each applicant

For each of the statistics above can you please tell me if the applicant is a male or female

Yours faithfully,

Mark Dyer

Queen Mary, University of London FOI, Queen Mary University of London

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QM FOI Enquiries, Queen Mary University of London

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FOI 2018/F3   

 

Dear Mr. Dyer,

 

Thank you for your email of 2^nd January.

 

I am pleased to attach the information you have requested. Please note the
following:

·         Predicted A-Level grades are not available for all applicants
(but are included where possible)

·         If an applicant’s GCSE grade appears with no A-Levels recorded,
they were taking a different type of qualification

·         An ‘offer made’ value of Yes means that an offer was made
(conditional or unconditional) but does not imply that the applicant was
admitted to QMUL; applicants who were rejected after not meeting
conditions will still show as ‘Yes’ in this column as an offer was made in
the first instance. We believe this is what you have requested.

 

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Yours sincerely

                 

Paul Smallcombe

Records & Information Compliance Manager

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Dear QM FOI Enquiries,
Thanks for the response.

For the law LLB course, M100;

How many candidates apply( each year)?
How many offers are given ( each year)?
How many offer holders are accepted in to the University (each year)?

Can you please provide this statistics for the past three UCAS cycles

Yours sincerely,
Mark Dyer

Queen Mary, University of London FOI, Queen Mary University of London

Dear Mr. Dyer,

We shall treat this as a new request. You can therefore expect a response to these new queries by 28 February 2018 at the latest.

Yours sincerely
Queen Mary University of London

QM FOI Enquiries, Queen Mary University of London

FOI 2018/F36 

 

Dear Mr. Dyer,

 

I am pleased to provide data in response to your new request.

 

Please note that data is provided per UCAS cycle, so deferred applicants
will be included in the year that they applied, e.g. applicants who were
accepted in the 2016 cycle for deferred entry in 2017/18 are shown as
accepted to enrol in 2016.

 

Applications – total number of applications received during the cycle for
any level of entry (Year 1, 2 or 3), including Clearing/Adjustment

Offers – all candidates who received an offer at any point in the cycle
for any accepted level of entry (Year 1 or 2), including
Clearing/Adjustment

Accepted to enrol – indicates that applicant was accepted and record was
transferred to student records. Does not guarantee that the student
enrolled.

 

Cycle Applications Offers Accepted to enrol
2017 1951 949 172
2016 2339 990 209
2015 2310 1047 192

 

If you are dissatisfied with this response, you may ask QMUL to conduct a
review of this decision.  To do this, please contact the College in
writing (including by fax, letter or email), describe the original
request, explain your grounds for dissatisfaction, and include an address
for correspondence.  You have 40 working days from receipt of this
communication to submit a review request.  When the review process has
been completed, if you are still dissatisfied, you may ask the Information
Commissioner to intervene. Please see [1]www.ico.org.uk for details.

Yours sincerely

                 

Paul Smallcombe

Records & Information Compliance Manager

 

 

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