Dear London School of Economics,

Could you please provide the following information for the Philosophy, Politics and Economics (L0V0) course:

1. The number of international (non-uk) applicants for the Philosophy, Politics and Economics course for 2019 entry
2. The number of international (non-uk) applicants for the Philosophy, Politics and Economics course for 2018 entry

3. The number of offers made for international (non-uk) applicants for Philosophy, Politics and Economics course for 2019 entry
4. The number of offers made for international (non-uk) applicants for Philosophy, Politics and Economics course for 2018 entry

5. The number of admissions/enrolments of international (non-uk) applicants for Philosophy, Politics and Economics course for 2019 entry
6 The number of admissions/enrolments of international (non-uk) applicants for Philosophy, Politics and Economics course for 2018 entry

Yours faithfully,
Alex Ho

GLPD.Info.Rights, London School of Economics

Dear Alex,

 

Further your recent FoI request the Schools responses is provided below:

 

BSc Philosophy, Politics and Economics (overseas
only) 2018/9 2019/0
Applications 439 444
Offers 65 73
Registrations 20 20

 

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Paul

 

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The London School of Economics and Political Science

 

 

 

 

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