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Donald O'Donnell

Dear University of Glasgow,

I'd like to submit a Freedom of Information request for the following information:

1. Number, Nationality and Gender (male/female) distribution of students who are currently enrolled in the 'Direct Entry to L2/Advanced Entry' for the School of Life Sciences in 2020 (Scotland, RUK, EU, International numbers only needed).
2. Number of students who currently enrolled in the 'Direct Entry to L2/Advanced Entry' for the School of Life Sciences in 2020 for a degree in Human Biology, Neuroscience, Immunology.
3. Number of students who have applied for Neuroscience (Hons.) and Immunology (Hons.) for 3rd year (1st choice students only) in the 2020-21 academic session.
4. No. of students who applied & were accepted or rejected for the School of Life Sciences Summer Studentship Fund in 3rd year & 2nd year. Also, the lowest GPA achieved by an accepted applicant from 2nd year & 3rd year.

Yours faithfully,
Donald

FOI Office,

Thank you for your email. The staff of the University of Glasgow,
including the Data Protection & Freedom of Information Office, are working
off-campus as a result of COVID-19.  

  

Due to the current lockdown and resultant caring responsibilities, the
working patterns of many members of University staff may be different, and
it may take longer to respond to your request. 

  

Please be assured that we will endeavour, where possible, to respond to
you as soon as we can.  

FOI Office,

Dear applicant,

In order to take forward your email, received 22 May 2021 timed 13:59 hours , as a valid FOI request, please note the following advice from the Scottish Information Commissioner's website:

"The Act says that a request must include the name of the applicant and an address for correspondence. The Commissioner has confirmed that an e-mail address is sufficient when you are asking for information. However, if you send your request by email, you must give your name in the body of the email to fulfil the requirement that the name of the applicant is given. Even if your name appears in your email address (e.g. [email address]) you must add your name to the text of your request, so that it is clear who the email is from.
You must give your real name, as the public authority does not have to answer your request if you have used a false name or pseudonym. The Commissioner will not be able to carry out an investigation if he finds out that you have used a false name.

If you have particular reasons for not wanting to reveal your identity to the public authority, you should ask a friend or family member to make the request for information."

Yours sincerely,


Data Protection and Freedom of Information Office, University of Glasgow (Tay House) University Avenue Glasgow
G12 8QQ

The University of Glasgow, charity number SC004401

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Dear University of Glasgow,

I'd like to submit a Freedom of Information request for the following information:

1. Number, Nationality and Gender (male/female) distribution of students who are currently enrolled in the 'Direct Entry to L2/Advanced Entry' for the School of Life Sciences in 2020 (Scotland, RUK, EU, International numbers only needed).
2. Number of students who currently enrolled in the 'Direct Entry to L2/Advanced Entry' for the School of Life Sciences in 2020 for a degree in Human Biology, Neuroscience, Immunology.
3. Number of students who have applied for Neuroscience (Hons.) and Immunology (Hons.) for 3rd year (1st choice students only) in the 2020-21 academic session.
4. No. of students who applied & were accepted or rejected for the School of Life Sciences Summer Studentship Fund in 3rd year & 2nd year. Also, the lowest GPA achieved by an accepted applicant from 2nd year & 3rd year.

Yours faithfully,
Donald