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Dear Imperial College London,

Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, would you be so kind as to provide the following information for all undergraduate applicants in the latest 2 admissions cycles applying for the following engineering courses at Imperial College London HG65 and H600

1. The percentage of applicants who have offered the Extended Project Qualification.
2. The percentage of applicants invited for interview who offered the Extended Project Qualification
3. The percentage of applicants given an offer who offered the Extended Project Qualification.

4. The percentage of applicants invited to interview who were studying 3 A-levels
5. The percentage of applicants invited to interview who were studying 4 A-levels.
6. The percentage of applicants invited for interview who were studying more than 4 A-Levels.

7. The percentage of applicants given an offer who were studying 3 A-levels.
8. The percentage of applicants given an offer who were studying 4 A-levels.
9. The percentage of applicants given an offer who were studying more than 3 A-levels.

Yours faithfully,
John Murdock

IMPFOI, Imperial College London

Dear Mr Murdock,

This is to acknowledge receipt of your request below, made under the Freedom of Information Act. The College aims to respond to your request within twenty working days of receipt of your request.

We will contact you again in due course.

Kind regards,

Lara Nelson

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IMPFOI, Imperial College London

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Dear Mr Murdock,

 

Thank you for your recent FOI request.

 

Please find below the College's response to your questions.

 

Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, would you be so kind as to
provide the following information for all undergraduate applicants in the
latest 2 admissions cycles applying for the following engineering courses
at Imperial College London HG65 and H600.

 

1. The percentage of applicants who have offered the Extended Project
Qualification.

2. The percentage of applicants invited for interview who offered the
Extended Project Qualification 3. The percentage of applicants given an
offer who offered the Extended Project Qualification.

 

4. The percentage of applicants invited to interview who were studying 3
A-levels 5. The percentage of applicants invited to interview who were
studying 4 A-levels.

6. The percentage of applicants invited for interview who were studying
more than 4 A-Levels.

 

7. The percentage of applicants given an offer who were studying 3
A-levels.

8. The percentage of applicants given an offer who were studying 4
A-levels.

9. The percentage of applicants given an offer who were studying more than
3 A-levels.

Please see the attached spreadsheet. Data is shown for applicants to BEng
Electrical & Electronic Engineering (H600) and BEng Electronic and
Information Engineering (HG65) at Imperial College London in the 2015 and
2016 UCAS cycle. Only those qualifications declared by the applicant on
their UCAS form at the point of application have been used to determine
how many A levels the applicant had taken and (or) was taking and when
determining whether an applicant was studying the Extended Project (or had
already been awarded the Extended Project Qualification). Applicants may
have later contacted Imperial College London to provide information on
changes to the qualifications they were taking, however these changes
would not be reflected in the data provided.

Table 1 shows the number of applications received for H600 or HG65 from
applicants who declared that they were studying for (or had already
been awarded) the Extended Project Qualification on their UCAS form at the
point of application. Table 2 shows the number of applicants invited to
interview for H600 or HG65 who declared that they were studying for (or
had already been awarded) the Extended Project Qualification on their UCAS
form at the point of application. Table 3 shows the number of offers made
for H600 or HG65 to applicants who declared that they were studying for
(or had already been awarded) the Extended Project Qualification on their
UCAS form at the point of application. Table 4 shows the number of
applicants invited to interview for H600 or HG65 split by the number of A
levels that the applicant declared they were currently studying for and
(or) that they declared they had already been awarded on their UCAS
form. Table 5 shows the number of offers made to applicants for H600 or
HG65 split by the number of A levels that the applicant declared they
were currently studying for and (or) that they declared they had already
been awarded on their UCAS form. 

Interview data for the 2015 UCAS cycle is not held by the College and
therefore interview data has only been provided for 2016 UCAS cycle
applicants.

Figures of five or fewer have been replaced with an asterisk. This is
because individuals may otherwise be identifiable from the data provided.
This information is therefore exempt from disclosure under Section 40 (2)
of the Freedom of Information Act, which states that "any information to
which a request for information relates is also exempt information if -
(a) it constitutes personal data."

 

I am obliged, under the Freedom of Information Act, to inform you of our
complaints procedures in case you are unhappy about the way in which your
request has been dealt with. If you wish to complain about this response,
you should contact the College Secretary at the address below.

 

The College Secretary

Imperial College London

Exhibition Road

London

SW7 2AZ

E-mail: [1][email address]                  

 

If you are unhappy about the way in which the College Secretary handles
your complaint then you may have recourse to the official regulator for
the Freedom of Information Act who is:

 

The Information Commissioner

Wycliffe House

Water Lane

Wilmslow

Cheshire

SK9 5AF

[2]http://www.ico.gov.uk    

 

Kind regards,

 

Lara Nelson            

 

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Dear IMPFOI,

Thank you for your response.

It seems that the tables are missing the column for '3 A levels'.

Could you please update the data.

Yours sincerely,

John Murdock

IMPFOI, Imperial College London

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    2017 06 28 H600 and HG65 application interview and offer statistics EXTERNAL v3.xlsx

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Dear Mr Murdock,

 

Thank you for your recent FOI request.

 

Please find below the College's response to your questions.

 

Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, would you be so kind as to
provide the following information for all undergraduate applicants in the
latest 2 admissions cycles applying for the following engineering courses
at Imperial College London HG65 and H600.

 

1. The percentage of applicants who have offered the Extended Project
Qualification.

2. The percentage of applicants invited for interview who offered the
Extended Project Qualification 3. The percentage of applicants given an
offer who offered the Extended Project Qualification.

 

4. The percentage of applicants invited to interview who were studying 3
A-levels 5. The percentage of applicants invited to interview who were
studying 4 A-levels.

6. The percentage of applicants invited for interview who were studying
more than 4 A-Levels.

 

7. The percentage of applicants given an offer who were studying 3
A-levels.

8. The percentage of applicants given an offer who were studying 4
A-levels.

9. The percentage of applicants given an offer who were studying more than
3 A-levels.

 

Please see the attached spreadsheet. Data is shown for applicants to BEng
Electrical & Electronic Engineering (H600) and BEng Electronic and
Information Engineering (HG65) at Imperial College London in the 2015 and
2016 UCAS cycle. Only those qualifications declared by the applicant on
their UCAS form at the point of application have been used to determine
how many A levels the applicant had taken and (or) was taking and when
determining whether an applicant was studying the Extended Project (or had
already been awarded the Extended Project Qualification). Applicants may
have later contacted Imperial College London to provide information on
changes to the qualifications they were taking, however these changes
would not be reflected in the data provided.

 

Table 1 shows the number of applications received for H600 or HG65 from
applicants who declared that they were studying for (or had already been
awarded) the Extended Project Qualification on their UCAS form at the
point of application. Table 2 shows the number of applicants invited to
interview for H600 or HG65 who declared that they were studying for (or
had already been awarded) the Extended Project Qualification on their UCAS
form at the point of application. Table 3 shows the number of offers made
for H600 or HG65 to applicants who declared that they were studying for
(or had already been awarded) the Extended Project Qualification on their
UCAS form at the point of application. Table 4 shows the number of
applicants invited to interview for H600 or HG65 split by the number of A
levels that the applicant declared they were currently studying for and
(or) that they declared they had already been awarded on their UCAS form.
Table 5 shows the number of offers made to applicants for H600 or HG65
split by the number of A levels that the applicant declared they were
currently studying for and (or) that they declared they had already been
awarded on their UCAS form.

Interview data for the 2015 UCAS cycle is not held by the College and
therefore interview data has only been provided for 2016 UCAS cycle
applicants.

 

Figures of five or fewer have been replaced with an asterisk. This is
because individuals may otherwise be identifiable from the data provided.
This information is therefore exempt from disclosure under Section 40 (2)
of the Freedom of Information Act, which states that "any information to
which a request for information relates is also exempt information if -
(a) it constitutes personal data."

 

I am obliged, under the Freedom of Information Act, to inform you of our
complaints procedures in case you are unhappy about the way in which your
request has been dealt with. If you wish to complain about this response,
you should contact the College Secretary at the address below.

 

The College Secretary

Imperial College London

Exhibition Road

London

SW7 2AZ

E-mail: [email address]                  

 

If you are unhappy about the way in which the College Secretary handles
your complaint then you may have recourse to the official regulator for
the Freedom of Information Act who is:

 

The Information Commissioner

Wycliffe House

Water Lane

Wilmslow

Cheshire

SK9 5AF

http://www.ico.gov.uk    

 

Kind regards,

 

Lara Nelson            

 

 

 

Kind regards,

 

Lara Nelson

 

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