Information on the application process to the undergraduate law course.
Dear Queen Mary University of London,
Please provide the following information regarding the Law (M100 or M101) undergraduate course at your university. If variants of this course are available (such as Law with another subject or Law with a year of study abroad), please exclude them from your response.
 The number of candidates enrolled in the law course at the start of the following academic years: 2018, 2017, 2016.
 The percentage of UK-domiciled, EU-domiciled, and International candidates enrolled in the law course at the start of the following academic years: 2018, 2017, 2016.
 The offer rate for the law course for the following application cycles: 2017/2018, 2016/2017, 2015/2016.
 The number of students who were offered a place on Results Day despite missing the terms of their conditional offers.
[4A] An anonymised list of all of the A-level, IB, or other final graduation grades of the students who missed their conditional offers but who were nonetheless offered a place. This list should contain a separate entry or row for each candidate.
 Whether the university’s law course has entered into the UCAS Clearing process during the following admissions cycles: 2017/2018, 2016/2017, 2015/2016.
[5A] If so, the number of law offers given to candidates through Clearing in each of these admissions cycles.
 Whether the university’s law course has received applications through the UCAS Extra process during the following admissions cycles: 2017/2018, 2016/2017, 2015/2016.
[6A] If so, the number of law offers given to candidates through Extra in each of these admissions cycles.
 Whether the university’s law course has participated in the UCAS Adjustment process during the following admissions cycles: 2017/2018, 2016/2017, 2015/2016.
[7A] If so, the number of law offers given to candidates through Adjustment in each of these admissions cycles.
 Whether the university has offered candidates a lower ‘contextual’ offer during the following admissions cycles: 2017/2018, 2016/2017, 2015/2016.
[8A] If so, the number of contextual offers given to candidates in each of these admissions cycles.
We acknowledge receipt of your request and will respond as soon as we can.
Queen Mary University London
Dear George Mounokoliavitz,
Thank you for your email of 27^th February.
We have received a few requests through WhatDoTheyKnow.com relating to
Please take a look at the following and then refine your request for any
further information you believe is missing that you still require:
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Here are some further responses to other parts of your request:
1. M100 enrolments: 2016/17 = 193, 2017/18 = 181, 2018/19 = 210.
5. 2017/18 – No, 2016/17 – No, 2015/16 – Yes.
5A. 2015/16 – 12 students were accepted via Early Clearing, 7 via
Adjustment, 4 internal transfers and 7 via the Clearing Hotline. An
additional three applicants were accepted into year 2.
6. 2017/18 – Yes, 2016/17 – Yes, 2015/16 – Yes.
6A. 2017/18 – 13 offers made, 2016/17 – 10 offers made, 2015/16 – 12
7. 2017/18 – No, 2016/17 – Yes, 2015/16 – Yes.
7A. 2016/17 – 4 students
2015/16 – 7 students
8. 2017/18 – Yes – only for A*AA Law programmes – the contextual offer
made is AAA (contextual offers are made per the Queen Mary contextual
2016/17 – No
2015/16 – No
8A. 2017/18 – 4 contextual offers were made.
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