Diversity statistics for 2016-2018 [Undergraduate law]

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Jasonara Stathamara

To whom it may concern,

The following request refers to students who enrolled in a law-related (i.e. Group M) course at the university in the following three years: 2016, 2017, 2018.

By ‘law-related course’, I refer to both single honours law and any law with a language, law with a year abroad, or joint honours law programmes which admitted students during this period.

My request:

Please provide the following information about the relevant students’ background for each of the three years (2016, 2017, 2018):

a. The % of students who are Black or Minority Ethnic (‘BME’);

b. The % of UK-domiciled students who have come from a postcode that falls within POLAR4 young participation quintiles 1 or 2;

c. The % of all students (UK and EU and non-EU) who attended a private/fee-paying school;

d. The 10 most commonly-occurring secondary schools among all students who enrolled, whether these schools are located in the UK or abroad. Please provide this as a list in descending order of enrolment.

Yours sincerely,

Jasonara Stathamara

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Freedom of Information, De Montfort University

Dear Jasonara,

 

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 2000-INFORMATION REQUEST

 

Your request for information has been considered under the requirements of
the Freedom of Information Act and the information is;

 

a. The % of students who are Black or Minority Ethnic (‘BME’);  

 

                                             1415      1516      1617     
1718

% BAME               47.9%    50.1%    53.6%    57.0%

 

 

b. The % of UK-domiciled students who have come from a postcode that falls
within POLAR4 young participation quintiles 1 or 2;

 

               Information not held

 

c. The % of all students (UK and EU and non-EU) who attended a
private/fee-paying school;

 

              Information not held

 

d. The 10 most commonly-occurring secondary schools among all students who
enrolled, whether these schools are located in the UK or abroad. Please
provide this as a list in descending order of enrolment.

 

LEICESTER COLLEGE
WYGGESTON/QUEEN ELIZABETH I COLLEGE
GATEWAY VI FORM COLLEGE
NEW COLLEGE NOTTINGHAM
REGENT COLLEGE
LOUGHBOROUGH COLLEGE
KING EDWARD VI COLLEGE
BEAUCHAMP COLLEGE
NORTHAMPTON COLLEGE
TRESHAM INSTITUTE

              

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Yours sincerely,

 

Paul Starkey

Information Governance Manager

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