Dear Brasenose College, Oxford
Sorry to bother you, I would like some information regarding Economics Applicants under the Freedom of Information Act.
Please answer the following requests to the best of your ability:
1. The average mean TSA scores of applicants and offer holders from the years 2010 to 2016.
2. The average median TSA scores of applicants and offer holders from the years 2010 to 2016.
3. The percentage of direct applicants that are shortlisted for interviews from the years 2010 to 2016.
4. The ethnicity of applicants and offer holders expressed as a percentage from the years 2010 to 2016.
5.The percentage of applicants and offer holders who were studying the strict combination of only Maths, Further Maths and Economics at A levels from the years 2010 to 2016
6. The mean average number of A* grades achieved at GCSEs of applicants and offer holder from the years 2010 to 2016.
7. The percentage of applicants that had already achieved A level or equivalent qualifications from the years 2010 to 2015.
8. The percentage of offer holders that had already achieved A level or equivalent qualifications from the years 2010 to 2015.
Dear Mr Lamming,
Thank you for your FOI request.
The College does not maintain records of either minor academic or non-academic offences since the response taken are regarded as cautions.
Only records of disciplinary actions (suspension or termination) are retained on file and details of these may only be disclosed with the consent of the persons concerned. There have, however, been no decanal actions leading to suspension or termination since Michaelmas 2011.
Brasenose’s Student Handbook contains information about academic and non-academic discipline, including indicative penalties. It is publically available for consultation at the following link http://www.bnc.ox.ac.uk/about-brasenose/... under “Student Policies, Rules and Regulations”.
As advised above, the number of students subject to Decanal fines (cautions, as opposed to disciplinary action resulting in suspension or termination) is not retained on file.
Receipts, however, indicate that an average of approximately £1.75 per student per year is levied in fines, which is consistent with very low incidence of offences and regulations that essentially amount to promoting good neighbourliness among students. The purpose of a caution or penalty is to deter repeat conduct that is disruptive to others. Should an individual encounter difficulties in paying a fine, he or she can ask to meet in confidence with the College Accountant to discuss the matter in confidence.
For guidance, I would estimate that at least 95% of students complete their programme of studies without receiving a single caution for unreasonable behaviour.
Regarding the Library, it is not current policy to issue fines - hence a nil return applies here too.
Dr Simon Smith
Dear Simon Smith,
This is not relevant to my request!
Please check again.
Dear Mr Sturdy
I acknowledge receipt of your Freedom of Information request relating to
data on Economics and Management Applicants, dated 17 December.
The data is being collected and will be forwarded to you in due course.
I understand that you have recently received a response in error. We
received a number of FOI requests over the Xmas period and unfortunately
yours was confused with another request.
Please accept our apologies, we will forward the correct data to you as
soon as possible.
HR Assistant & Secretary to the Bursar
Brasenose College | Radcliffe Square | Oxford OX1 4AJ
Telephone: 01865 277871
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