MBA Statistics

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Dear University of Oxford,

Please could you provide the following statistic for MBA programme at for the previous 4 years of admissions?

1. Number of applicants.
2. Number of offers extended.
3. Range, mean and standard deviation of GMAT scores for applicants.
4. Range, mean and standard deviation of GMAT scores for offer holders.
5. Number of applicants below 25 years old, 25-27 years old, 28-
30 years old, 31-33 years old and over 34 years old.
6. Number of successful applicants below 25 years old, 25-27 years old, 28-
30 years old, 31-33 years old and over 34 years old.

Yours faithfully,

Nicolás Munizaga

FOI, University of Oxford

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Dear Nicolas Munizaga,

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Information Compliance Team

Vice Chancellor’s and Registrar’s Office | University of Oxford
University Offices, Wellington Square, Oxford, OX1 2JD

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From: Nicolas Munizaga <[FOI #683012 email]>
Sent: 10 August 2020 11:54 AM
To: FOI <[University of Oxford request email]>
Subject: Freedom of Information request - MBA Statistics
 
Dear University of Oxford,

Please could you provide the following statistic for MBA programme at for
the previous 4 years of admissions?

1. Number of applicants.
2. Number of offers extended.
3. Range, mean and standard deviation of GMAT scores for applicants.
4. Range, mean and standard deviation of GMAT scores for offer holders.
5. Number of applicants below 25 years old, 25-27 years old, 28-
30 years old, 31-33 years old and over 34 years old.
6. Number of successful applicants below 25 years old, 25-27 years old,
28-
30 years old, 31-33 years old and over 34 years old.

Yours faithfully,

Nicolás Munizaga

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Dear FOI,

Thanks for the information. However, one of the requests was missing. Could you provide the range (Minimum, Maximum) and standard deviation of GMAT scores for applicants and offer holders?

Yours sincerely,

Nicolas Munizaga

FOI, University of Oxford

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Dear Nicolas,
Apologies, please find the correct file attached.
Yours sincerely,
 Information Compliance Team
 Vice Chancellor’s and Registrar’s Office | University of Oxford
 University Offices, Wellington Square, Oxford, OX1 2JD

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 From: Nicolas Munizaga <[FOI #683012 email]>

 Sent: 10 August 2020 11:54 AM

 To: FOI <[University of Oxford request email]>

 Subject: Freedom of Information request - MBA Statistics

  

 Dear University of Oxford,

 Please could you provide the following statistic for MBA programme at for

 the previous 4 years of admissions?

 1. Number of applicants.

 2. Number of offers extended.

 3. Range, mean and standard deviation of GMAT scores for applicants.

 4. Range, mean and standard deviation of GMAT scores for offer holders.

 5. Number of applicants below 25 years old, 25-27 years old, 28-

 30 years old, 31-33 years old and over 34 years old.

 6. Number of successful applicants below 25 years old, 25-27 years old,

 28-

 30 years old, 31-33 years old and over 34 years old.

 Yours faithfully,

 Nicolás Munizaga

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Dear FOI,

The last file still has missed the range (Minimum, Maximum) and standard deviation of GMAT scores for applicants and offer holders. Is it possible to get that data?

Yours sincerely,

Nicolas Munizaga