Computing (G400) entry

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Dear Imperial College London,

Under the Freedom of Information Act I would like to request the
following information about undergraduate BEng Computing (G400) for the admission cycles of 2021 and 2022.
UCAS Code: G400 (BEng)

- Number of total applicants
- percentages of total applicants invited for the admission test
- average A-level predicted grade of applicants who were made an offer
- Percentage of total applicants invited to interview
- Percentage of the applicants interviewed who were made an offer
-Percentage of international applicants who interviewed were made an offer
- average number of subject took by applicants who were made an offer
- average UCAS tariff points of applicants who were made an offer

Thank you for your help.

Yours faithfully,
Jina Kang

IMPFOI, Imperial College London

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Dear Jina King,

Thank you for your Freedom of Information Act requests, below and attached.

We are writing to you further to our duty, contained at Section 16 of the Freedom of Information Act, to provide advice and assistance to requesters.

Imperial College publishes undergraduate admissions statistics for the past 5 completed admissions cycles. These include:

• Number of applicants, offers and places confirmed
• Average BMAT Scores
• Details of A level, IB and STEP Offers Made
• New Entrants' Achieved A level and IB Grades
• Admissions Rate by Nationality

The published information can be accessed at the transparency pages of our website:

http://www.imperial.ac.uk/study/ug/apply...

(scroll to the bottom of the page to the link “Download the Undergraduate Admission Statistics”). Information is exempt from the Freedom of Information Act (Section 21) if it is already reasonably accessible to the requester.

The published figures are updated annually (usually in January/February). Information that is intended for future publication is exempt from the Freedom of Information Act by virtue of Section 22 of the Act.

It is not possible for the College to supply information about the A Levels subjects that applicants are studying, their predicted grades or UCAS tariff. Information about the A Level grades (and international equivalent qualifications) achieved by successful candidates can be found in the published figures.

While the published figures do not include information about the number of applicants invited to interview, as they show the number of applicants, offers made and A Level grades achieved by successful applicants, we hope that they will be sufficient for your purposes.

Please note that the Department of Computing looks at predicted/achieved A level or equivalent grades, personal statement, reference, motivation for the subject and performance in the online test when considering applicants to invite for interview.

Yours,

Freedom of Information Team
Imperial College London 

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