Dear London School of Economics,
Can you please provide the details, regarding below queries for:
MSc International Management
MSc Management and Strategy
MSc Management, Organisations and Governance
in the following years: 2013/14, 2014/15, 2015/16 ?
1. Number per each year of applications received.
2. Number per each year of offers made - would be great to be able to see the split between both (conditional / unconditional) criteria and sum the total offers made.
3. Number per each year of students enrolled into the MSc programme.
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Year 2013/4 2014/5 2015/6
Programme Applications Conditional Unconditional Registered Applications Conditional Unconditional Registered Applications Conditional Unconditional Registered
Offers offers students Offers offers students Offers offers students
MSc 810 143 69 100 743 131 67 96 543 112 76 89
MSc 330 29 8 23 313 31 13 27 332 25 10 27
MSc 558 81 30 57 571 70 33 54 568 82 35 71
MSc 492 56 36 60 431 60 33 61 449 58 51 59
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