Dear London School of Economics,
I would like to know the pass rates of the courses below for the past 3 years, including the rates of 1st class degrees, 2:1 degrees and 2.2 degreees.
I woud also like to know over the past 3 years:
How many places was availabe on each course
How many students was admitted through clearing, and
How many spaces on the courses was left un-filled.
Econometrics and Mathematical Economics L140
Business Mathematics and Statistics G0N0
Mathematics with Economics G1L1 and GL11
Accounting and Finance NN34
Statistics with Finance G3N3.
Dear Ms Oshodi,
With reference to your request for information under the Freedom of
Information Act, please find below the School's response.
The pass rates for Econometrics and Mathematical Economics L140 Business
Mathematics and Statistics G0N0 Mathematics with Economics G1L1 and GL11
Finance N300 Accounting and Finance NN34 Statistics with Finance G3N3 are
in the attached spreadsheet.
How many places were available on each course?
Code Title Registration Target
2013-4 2014-5 2015-6
NN34 BSc Accounting and Finance 120 135 120
L140 BSc Econometrics and Mathematical Economics 13 13 13
N300 BSc Finance** - - -
GL11 BSc Mathematics and Economics 81* 90 72
G1L1 BSc Mathematics with Economics 30 25
G0N0 BSc Business Mathematics and Statistics 19 19 19
G3N3 BSc Statistics with Finance 18 18 18
*Shared registration target for 2013/4.
**BSc Finance is a new programme and will run for the first time in
How many students were admitted through clearing?
None, LSE did not enter clearing in the 2013/4, 2014/5 or 2015/6
How many spaces on the courses were left un-filled.
None, LSE filled all available places in the 2013/4, 2014/5 and 2015/6
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