Dear University of Southampton,
I would be grateful if you could send me in spreadsheet, machine readable electronic form or plain text a copy of the course codes, course titles and search keywords for each course as submitted to UCAS for the 2010-2011 (October 2010) student entry.
If possible, would you also provide HESA subject category codes associated with each course.
I shall be away from the University until 28 March 2011. I will be checking my e-mails but there may be some delay. If you need urgent assistance please contact Heather Smith [email address] or Barbara Watkins [email address] in Legal Services who will be able to direct you to another member of the team.
The following query on our open data service should give you some
of this information. http://is.gd/TlLqMJ
If you want it as a spreadsheet, change the options to "not inline"
I don't have data on keywords or any information or what we sent to
UCAS, but this data should still help you get started.
Dear Mr. Hirst,
We refer to your request for information dated 23 March 2011.
Course codes and titles may be found here: http://www.soton.ac.uk/corporateservices.... Keywords were not held by the University you should inquire with UCAS (http://www.ucas.com<http://www.ucas.com/>). HESA subject category codes may be found here: http://www.hesa.ac.uk/index.php/content/....
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