Jamie W made this Freedom of Information request to London School of Economics
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Dear London School of Economics,
Could you please provide the following in regards to graduate destination for all LSE graduates who will graduate with a degree in Bsc Economics, Bsc Economic History, Bsc Maths & Economics and BSc Econometrics & Mathematical Economics for years 2016 and 2015.
1) A list of universities which LSE graduates will attend to pursue a masters/mphil/ equivalent...etc
2) Provide a tally for the number of LSE graduates who will attend each university listed.
3) A separate list of universities which LSE graduates will attend to pursue a PhD/ Dphil
4) Provide a tally for the number of LSE graduates who will attend each university listed.
5) Number of LSE graduates who applied for Msc Economics at LSE
6) The number of offers given to those LSE graduates for Msc Economics at LSE
Please provide this information in the form of an excel spreadsheet. Many thanks.
With reference to your request for information under the Freedom of
Information Act, please find below the School's response.
The School does not keep record on all students who go on to attend
further education at other universities. However, we do have partial
information from the DLHE (Destination of Leavers in Higher Education)
surveys where students have volunteered that sort of information. What we
hold for the DHLE surveys for 2015/16 and 2016/17 is below.
Type of qualification Institution
First degree (e.g. BA, BSc, MBChB, Cambridge University <5
MEng) University of London <5
Higher degree, mainly by research Cambridge University <5
(e.g. PhD, DPhil, MPhil) Oxford University <5
University of Cambridge <5
Higher degree, mainly by taught Birkbeck University <5
course (e.g. MA, MSc, MBA) Birmingham City University <5
Bocconi University <5
Cambridge University <5
City University London <5
Columbia University <5
Ecole d'économie de Paris <5
Ecole des Hautes Etudes <5
Commerciales du Nord
Ecole des Hautes Etudes Politiques <5
ESADE Business School <5
HEC Paris <5
Imperial College London <5
King's College London <5
London School of Economics and 44
Massachusetts Institute of <5
Oxford University <5
Princeton University <5
Said Business School, University of <5
Technische Universität Berlin <5
The University of Warwick <5
University College London (UCL) 5
University of Bristol <5
University of Cambridge 5
University of London <5
University of Oxford <5
University of Warwick <5
Yale University <5
Other diploma or certificate BPP <5
Shanghai Jiao Tong University <5
Other qualification Blackpool and the Fyde College <5
Postgraduate diploma or certificate BPP <5
(including PGCE) Oxford University <5
Professional qualification (e.g. BPP <5
ACA, Charted Institute of
Regarding the LSE graduates with a degree in Bsc Economics, Bsc Economic
History, Bsc Maths & Economics and BSc Econometrics & Mathematical
Economics for years 2016 and 2015 applying for MSc Economics, the figures
are below. Please note that no BSc Economics History graduate applied for
the MSc Economics.
Programme BSc Economics BSc Mathematics and BSc Econometrics and
Economics Mathematical Economics
Year Total Offers Total Offers Total Offers
graduated applications applications applications
2015 25 16 <5 <5 5 <5
2016 12 9 <5 <5 6 <5
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