Degree Classifications

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Dear London School of Economics,

1) Please could you supply the statistics (grand total and percentage) of students in LL.B. achieving different classifications (1st, 2:1, 2:2, etc.) for the previous 6 academics years, until 2016-2017.

2) If possible, I would like to know the percentage of
international students achieving that classification as well.

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3) In terms of admissions, what is the target student intake for Home/EU students?
4) What is the target intake for international students?

Yours faithfully,

Chelsea Cole

GLPD.Info.Rights, London School of Economics

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Dear Chelsea,

With reference to your request for information under the Freedom of Information Act, please find attached the information you requested.

1) Please could you supply the statistics (grand total and percentage) of students in LL.B. achieving different classifications (1st, 2:1, 2:2, etc.) for the previous 6 academics years, until 2016-2017.

2) If possible, I would like to know the percentage of international students achieving that classification as well.
1 and 2 are covered by the attached spreadsheet.

3) In terms of admissions, what is the target student intake for Home/EU students?

Registration targets may vary from year to year. For the most recent admissions cycle (2017/8) the Home/EU registration target for LLB Law was 93.

4) What is the target intake for international students?

Registration targets may vary from year to year. For the most recent admissions cycle (2017/8) the Overseas registration target for LLB Law was 71.

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Rachael Maguire
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London School of Economics