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Dear University of Edinburgh,

Please provide the following content in the form of excel spreadsheets, 2021/2022,2022/2023,2023/2024 school year your school all full-time taught postgraduate admissions statistics of the project, including:

1. Total number of students applying for each program,

2. Total number of students admitted to each program,

3. Total number of students enrolled in each program,

4. The total number of Chinese students applying for each program;

5. The total number of Chinese students admitted to each program,

6. Total number of Chinese students enrolled in each program.

Thank you very much!

Yours faithfully,

Ma

AAPS Records Management, University of Edinburgh

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Dear Ma

Thank you for your email of 12 October requesting information.

I am writing to let you know that we have received your email and to help
you make a valid request. In this case, your request is not valid because
you have not provided your real name in the body of your email making the
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Dear Katie Ostrander,
Thank you for your reply. My full name is Ma Xiaoyi. Looking forward to your reply.

Yours sincerely,

Ma

recordsmanagement@ed.ac.uk,

Dear Ma Xiaoyi

Thank you for your email of 12th October requesting information. I am
writing to let you know that we have received your request and will
process it as soon as reasonably possible, and within 20 working days of
the day we received the request. We will reply by 9th November.

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request, is published on the University website.

Yours sincerely

Abby Cull

Records Management

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Dear Ma Xiaoyi

Thank you for your email of 12 October 2023 requesting information. Please
find the University's response attached.

Yours sincerely

Celia Jenkins

Records Management Section
University of Edinburgh
Old College
South Bridge
Edinburgh
EH8 9YL

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