Number of applications for the fine art course

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Dear New College, Oxford,

Would you mind giving me the number of direct applications to the fine art course at your college in each of the years 2012, 2013 and 2014?
Many thanks,

Tim Oswald

David Palfreyman, New College, Oxford

Mr Tim Oswald
Tim Oswald <[FOI #278217 email]>

Dear Mr Oswald

Freedom of Information Request
Please find below the responses to your FOIA request ‘Would you mind giving me the number of direct applications to the fine art course at your college in each of the years 2012, 2013 and 2014?’:

2012: 8 applications, 5 directly applied to New College, 3 Open Applications, plus 1 applicant imported to New College after interviews.

2013: 13 applications, 9 directly applied to New College, 4 Open Applications, plus 1 applicant imported to New College after interviews.

2014: 16 applications, 14 directly applied to New College, 2 Open Applications.

Yours sincerely

David Palfreyman
As FOIA Officer

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David Palfreyman, MA MBA LLB FRSA
Bursar & Fellow
New College
OXFORD
OX1 3BN, UK

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New College is registered with the Charity Commissioners (Registration No. 1142701) and New College Oxford is a registered trade mark (No. 2588652)
 
David Palfreyman is the Bursar and a Fellow of New College, University of Oxford. He is also the Director of the Oxford Centre for Higher Education Policy Studies (oxcheps.new.ox.ac.uk).

David's recent publications include: 'The Oxford Tutorial' (2008, second edition; Peking University Press Chinese edition, 2010); 'Reshaping the University: the Rise of the Regulated Market in Higher Education’ (2008); 'The Collegial Tradition in the Age of Mass Higher Education' (2010); 'Oxford: the Collegiate University' (2011); 'London's Livery Companies' (2010); 'London's Inns of Court' (2011); 'The Law of Higher Education' (2012, Oxford University Press; second edition).   

His latest book (with Ted Tapper) is 'Reshaping the University: The Rise of the Regulated Market' (Oxford University Press, 2014).
 
David’s next publication (with Paul Temple) will be ‘The University’ in the OUP ‘Very Short Introduction’ series.
 
The projected 25-volume comparative Series 'International Studies in Higher Education' (Routledge/Taylor&Francis) is edited from OxCHEPS (details at the OxCHEPS website) by David Palfreyman, Ted Tapper, and Scott Thomas - the first volume in the Series is 'Structuring Mass Higher Education' referred to above, as co-edited by Palfreyman & Tapper (who have also co-authored the two books published by Springer on the concept of collegiality in the governance, management, structure, and organisation of universities, again as referred to above).

David is the Honorary Treasurer and a Trustee of the Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE), and was a Trustee of the Harpur Trust (aka the Bedford Charity) for twenty years.
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