Missed Offers

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Dear London School of Economics,

For the course Government and Economics in the entry years of 2015,2016 and 2017
1) how many people firmed this course
2) how many people failed to meet their offer (could you split it into people with and without special circumstances)
3) out of the all the missed offers with no special circumstances how many still got in
4) what were the grades of those who got in without any special circumstances despite missing their offer.
5) of those who enrolled could you split them into home, eu and international students.

Yours faithfully,

Lin

GLPD.Info.Rights, London School of Economics

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Dear GY Lin,

With reference to your request for information under the Freedom of Information Act, please find below and attached the information you requested.

1) how many people firmed this course

2015 - 107
2016 - 75
2017 - 85

2) how many people failed to meet their offer (could you split it into people with and without special circumstances)

2015 - 13 (of which 2 had extenuating circumstances)
2016 - 11 (of which 1 had extenuating circumstances)
2017 - 16 (of which 3 had extenuating circumstances)

3) out of the all the missed offers with no special circumstances how many still got in

2015 - 1
2016 - 0
2017 - 2

4) what were the grades of those who got in without any special circumstances despite missing their offer.

See attached

5) of those who enrolled could you split them into home, eu and international students.

See attached

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