Medicine A100

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Dear University College London,

This is regarding the Medicine A100 course undergraduate:

How many home applicants got interviewed for 2018 and 2017 entry, and how many home applicants recieved offers for 2018 and 2017 entry?

Yours faithfully,

Eyad Jamileh

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This is regarding the Medicine A100 course undergraduate:

 

Q1) How many home applicants got interviewed for 2018 and 2017 entry, and
how many home applicants received offers for 2018 and 2017 entry?

 

A1)

 

2017 - We interviewed 656 non-international candidates and made 443 offers
to non-international students

2018 - We interviewed 727 non-international candidates and made 542 offers
to non-international students.

 

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