LLB diversity statistics

A. Derwent made this Freedom of Information request to The Robert Gordon University

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Dear The Robert Gordon University,

Can you please provide me with figures for the number of students
on each year of your LLB course and separate figures for your
accelerated LLB since 2005 who

(a) have a disability
(b) have one or more dependents
(c) Came from a state school
(d) came from a private school
(e) are mature students
(f) identify as male or female or other

Can you also break down by the ethnic orientation of students in
each year on the LLB and accelerated LLB since 2005

Can you also provide drop out rates and stages for each of the
groups above.

Yours faithfully,

A. Derwent

Keith Fraser (itn), The Robert Gordon University

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FOI Request 170211/1 LLB Statistics

Dear A. Derwent,

Please find attached the University's response to your recent request for
information under the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002.

1. Can you please provide me with figures for the number of students on
each year of your LLB course and separate figures for your
accelerated LLB since 2005 who

(a) have a disability
(b) have one or more dependents
(c) Came from a state school
(d) came from a private school
(e) are mature students
(f) identify as male or female or other

2. Can you also break down by the ethnic orientation of students in
each year on the LLB and accelerated LLB since 2005

3. Can you also provide drop out rates and stages for each of the groups
above.

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Keith Gordon Fraser
University Records Manager
The Robert Gordon University
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Dear Keith Fraser (itn),

Thank you for collating the information I requested

Yours sincerely,

A. Derwent