Ref.:FOI/K60/M100

Dear King's College London,

I am making an enquiry into the admissions statistics for the LLB
Law course at your University. In the following context, 'Home'
refers to applicants whose fee status has been classified as either
'Home UK' or 'Home EU', and 'Overseas' to those whose fee status
has been classified as 'Overseas'.

In the admissions cycle for M100 Sept 2015 entry,

1/ What was the total number of applications received from
a. 'home' applicants?
b. 'overseas' applicants?
2/ What is the number of offers (conditional and unconditional)
made to
a. 'home' applicants?
b. 'overseas' applicants?

It will be highly appreciated if the following information is also
available. If it is unfortunately not, in order to protect the
commercial interests of your University, please attempt to respond
the two questions posted above.

3/ What was the registration target for
a. 'home' applicants?
b. 'overseas' applicants?

Please let me know if you have questions in relation to the Freedom
of Information request. This completes the request.

Yours faithfully,
A. R. Lieu

kcl - legal-compliance, King’s College London

Dear A R Lieu,

The College received your request under Freedom of Information Act on 28 April 2015. We will respond to you as soon as possible within the statutory 20 working day time frame.

Kind Regards

Anne Cameron

Legal Compliance Team
Governance and Legal Affairs Management
King's College London
Room 102
26- 29 Drury Lane
London WC2B 5RL
T: 020 7848 7816
E: [King’s College London request email]

Elliott, Wayne, King’s College London

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Dear A.R Lieu,

 

Please see the outcome of your request for information.

 

Kind regards

 

Wayne Elliott

Legal Compliance Co-Ordinator

Governance and Legal Affairs Management

King’s College London

Room 102

26-29 Drury Lane

London

WC2B 5RL

T: 020 7848 7816

E: [1][email address]

 

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