Offers and acceptances over five years

Amalia Haynen made this Freedom of Information request to Durham University

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Dear Durham University,

I am requesting the following data in relation to your M100 law course:

The total number of individuals who applied to the M100 course for entry in 2015;
The total number of offers given to individuals who applied;
The total number of individuals who entered your university as their firm choice on UCAS (i.e. the number of individuals who ‘accepted’ their offer);
The total number of individuals who enrolled in this course in 2015.

The total number of individuals who applied to the M100 course for entry in 2016;
The total number of offers given to individuals who applied;
The total number of individuals who entered your university as their firm choice on UCAS (i.e. the number of individuals who ‘accepted’ their offer);
The total number of individuals who enrolled in this course in 2016.

The total number of individuals who applied to the M100 course for entry in 2017;
The total number of offers given to individuals who applied;
The total number of individuals who entered your university as their firm choice on UCAS (i.e. the number of individuals who ‘accepted’ their offer);
The total number of individuals who enrolled in this course in 2017.

The total number of individuals who applied to the M100 course for entry in 2018;
The total number of offers given to individuals who applied;
The total number of individuals who entered your university as their firm choice on UCAS (i.e. the number of individuals who ‘accepted’ their offer);
The total number of individuals who enrolled in this course in 2018.

The total number of individuals who applied to the M100 course for entry in 2019;
The total number of offers given to individuals who applied;
The total number of individuals who entered your university as their firm choice on UCAS (i.e. the number of individuals who ‘accepted’ their offer);
The total number of individuals who enrolled in this course in 2019.

Thank you for your assistance.

Yours faithfully,

Amalia Haynen

Dear Durham University,

I would like to follow up by saying that I entered the wrong UCAS course code into my original request. I am referring to the M101 LLB law course - no M100 law course is offered by Durham University.

Yours faithfully,

Amalia

ACCESS I., Durham University

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ACCESS I., Durham University

Dear Ms Haynen

 

Thank you for your request for information from Durham University.
Colleagues have provided the information below in response to your
questions.

 

I am requesting the following data in relation to your M100 law course
(corrected to M101 LLB):

 

The total number of individuals who applied to the M100 course for entry
in 2015; The total number of offers given to individuals who applied; The
total number of individuals who entered your university as their firm
choice on UCAS (i.e. the number of individuals who ‘accepted’ their
offer); The total number of individuals who enrolled in this course in
2015.

 

The total number of individuals who applied to the M100 course for entry
in 2016; The total number of offers given to individuals who applied; The
total number of individuals who entered your university as their firm
choice on UCAS (i.e. the number of individuals who ‘accepted’ their
offer); The total number of individuals who enrolled in this course in
2016.

 

The total number of individuals who applied to the M100 course for entry
in 2017; The total number of offers given to individuals who applied; The
total number of individuals who entered your university as their firm
choice on UCAS (i.e. the number of individuals who ‘accepted’ their
offer); The total number of individuals who enrolled in this course in
2017.

 

The total number of individuals who applied to the M100 course for entry
in 2018; The total number of offers given to individuals who applied; The
total number of individuals who entered your university as their firm
choice on UCAS (i.e. the number of individuals who ‘accepted’ their
offer); The total number of individuals who enrolled in this course in
2018.

 

The total number of individuals who applied to the M100 course for entry
in 2019; The total number of offers given to individuals who applied; The
total number of individuals who entered your university as their firm
choice on UCAS (i.e. the number of individuals who ‘accepted’ their
offer); The total number of individuals who enrolled in this course in
2019.

 

Please refer to the below table for information in relation to the total
number of individuals who enrolled on the course. 

 

2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19
202 278 285 297

 

The University is unable to provide the 2019-20 figures as it has not yet
reached its census point.

 

In relation to the remainder of your request, namely the number of
individuals who applied, the number of offers given to individuals who
applied and the total number of individuals who accepted their offer is
available on request from the UCAS EXACT service,
[1]https://www.ucas.com/data-and-analysis/d...
.  For this reason, the information you have requested is exempt under
section 21 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA), as it is
reasonably accessible otherwise than under the FOIA

 

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Yours sincerely

 

Information Governance Unit

Durham University

 

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Information Governance Unit, University Secretary’s Office

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