Dear Imperial College London,
Please could you send me the following statistics for the one year, full time MSc Finance course, over the past 7 years:
1. Number of applicants
2. Number of acceptance offers given to applicants
3. Number of acceptance offers given to applicants with a UK undergraduate degree classification of a 2:2 / 3.0 - 3.3 GPA.
4. Colleges providing acceptance offers to applicants with a UK undergraduate degree classification of a 2:2 / 3.0 - 3.3 GPA
5. Average GMAT score of applicants accepted onto the course with a UK undergraduate degree classification of a 2:2 / 3.0 - 3.3 GPA
Dear Mr Lubeck,
The entry requirements for the MSc Finance course are published on our
website and state that applicants must hold a quantitative undergraduate
degree at First or 2:1 (or international equivalent). It also states that
GMAT is not required for MSc finance:
You may wish to consider revising your request in light of the information
provided above and the fact that we are unlikely to record information
about applicants' UG degrees in the format you have asked for nor will we
hold GMAT information for all applicants as that is not a requirement.
You may find this article on What makes a great MSc Finance candidate?
Please let us know if you wish to submit a revised request.
Freedom of Information Team
Imperial College London
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