Admissions Statistics - MSc Finance and Private Equity

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Dear London School of Economics,

Please could you send me the following statistics for the MSc Finance and Private Equity (full time) 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

Yours faithfully,
Stefan Lubek

GLPD.Info.Rights, London School of Economics

Dear Stefan,

 

With reference to your request for information under the Freedom of
Information Act, please find below the School’s response:

 

Year of entry Number of applications Number of offers Offers made to
applicants with 2.2
equivalent
2013/4 566 44 <5 (0)
2014/5 697 59 <5 (0)
2015/6 544 66 <5 (0)
2016/7 824 72 <5 (0)
2017/8 748 63 <5 (0)
2018/9 723 68 <5 (0)
2019/0 771 57 <5 (0)

 

Please note that we have answered all the questions we are able to (Q1 and
Q2). The remaining questions (Q3-Q5) are not applicable given the above
data – it is not possible to give an average GMAT score, since no offers
made to people with 2:2 equivalent (and there were no recorded special
cases), and the LSE do not have colleges.

 

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Best Wishes,

 

Paul

 

Dr Paul R. Duller

Data Protection Officer (Interim)

The London School of Economics and Political Science

 

 

 

 

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