Known destinations of 2017/18 UG Offer Holders

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Dear Imperial College London,

For 2017/18 entry please provide the top 10 most popular destinations for undergraduate
offer holders who received an offer but did not accept it, broken down by the school they
applied to (i.e. the top 10 most popular institutions the undergraduate applicants went to
instead of Imperial) and an aggregate of this result.

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Yours faithfully,

K. Johnson

IMPFOI, Imperial College London

Dear K Johnson

This is to acknowledge receipt of your request below, made under the Freedom of Information Act. The College aims to respond to your request within twenty working days of receipt of your request.

We will contact you again in due course.

Kind regards,

Catherine Mitchell

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IMPFOI, Imperial College London

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Dear K Johnson

Thank you for your recent Freedom of Information request.

Please find below the College’s response to your questions.

For 2017/18 entry please provide the top 10 most popular destinations for undergraduate offer holders who received an offer but did not accept it, broken down by the school they applied to (i.e. the top 10 most popular institutions the undergraduate applicants went to instead of Imperial) and an aggregate of this result.

Please see the attached spreadsheet. Please note that figures of 5 or fewer have been replaced by an asterisk. This is because individuals may be identifiable from the data provided. This information is therefore exempt from disclosure under Section 40 (2) of the Freedom of Information Act, which states that "any information to which a request for information relates is also exempt information if - (a) it constitutes personal data."

I am obliged, under the Freedom of Information Act, to inform you of our complaints procedures in case you are unhappy about the way in which your request has been dealt with. If you wish to complain about this response, you should contact the College Secretary at the address below.

The College Secretary
Imperial College London
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London
SW7 2AZ
E-mail: [email address]

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The Information Commissioner
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http://www.ico.gov.uk

Kind regards,

Catherine Mitchell

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