International Admissions Statistics - Medicine (A100)
Dear Cardiff University,
Under the Freedom Information Act, please could I request data relating to both 2020 and 2021 application cycles to Medicine (A100) please?
1) How many international applicants applied for the undergraduate medicine course?
2) How many international applicants were offered an interview?
3) How many international applicants were successful in receiving an offer?
4) What was the UCAT threshold for international applicants in 2020 and 2021 cycles?
5) Could a breakdown of Countries represented throughout international applications be shared please?
Thank you for taking the time to support my request. If you require any clarification, please do not hesitate to contact me directly.
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Dear Elizabeth Bailey
I am writing in response to your Freedom of Information request dated 10
For ease of reference, I have reproduced your question(s) below and set
out our corresponding response(s).
Under the Freedom Information Act, please could I request data relating to
both 2020 and 2021 application cycles to Medicine (A100) please?
1. How many international applicants applied for the undergraduate
2020/21 – 400
2021/22 - 508
2. How many international applicants were offered an interview?
2020/21 – 120
2021/22 – 73
3. How many international applicants were successful in receiving an
2020/21 – 52
2021/22 - 49
4. What was the UCAT threshold for international applicants in 2020 and
A100 Applicants International 2020/1 2021/2
Interview Lowest 1840 1840
Interview Highest 3040 3050
5. Could a breakdown of Countries represented throughout international
applications be shared please?
Please see attached spreadsheet.
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