Jasonara Stathamara

Dear Sir/Madam,

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/independent school;

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

Best Regards,
Jason Markoutsis

Freedom of Information Act, Birmingham City University

Dear Jasonara,

Under s.8 of the Freedom of Information Act and associated ICO guidance, a request is only valid where a requestor uses their full and real name. We believe that you may be using a pseudonym which would mean your request is not valid for the purposes of the Act and therefore the University is not obliged to process your request and provide a response.

In order for us to process your request, we require proof of your identity - such as a scan of your passport or drivers licence. Please send your proof of identity to [email address].

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Information Management Team
Birmingham City University
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Jasonara Stathamara

Dear Freedom of Information Act,

Apologies. I withdraw this request and will send a new one with my name, address, and ID attached in due course.

Yours sincerely,

Jasonara Stathamara