Graduate Medicine entry statistics

Charlotte Freer-Smith made this Freedom of Information request to St George's University of London

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Charlotte Freer-Smith

Dear St George’s University of London,

I would like to know the following figures in relation to the A101 Graduate Entry Medicine course. I would like all figures pertaining to the last four years of entry, and to include the most recent 2015/16 admissions cycle.

1. The proportion of entrants admitted on to the course that had graduated from Higher Education Institutions that fall into the following categories:
a. Oxbridge Universities (that is, the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge)
b. Russel Group Universities
c. All other UK Higher Education Institutions

2. For each year: the overall number of students that applied / the number of students interviewed / the number of students offered places

3. For each year from those candidates offered places on the course: The top GAMSAT score, the lowest GAMSAT score and the average GAMSAT score.

4. For each year the proportion of entrants admitted on to the course that were citizens of the following:
a. The UK
b. EU
C. EEA
D. Outside these areas / all countries

If possible I would like this data to be communicated in terms of straight numbers of pupils.

Yours faithfully,

Charlotte Freer-Smith

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This is long overdue. By law, under all circumstances, St George’s University of London, YOU should have responded by now. Please respond to this request immediately.