PhD in Law Admissions

George Simmons made this Freedom of Information request to King's College, Cambridge

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Dear King’s College, Cambridge,

I would like to ask for the number of applicants and offer-holders (those considered first by your college and consequently awarded a place) for PhD in Law who have not previously studied for a master's degree (i.e. those applying in the last year of their undergraduate institution straight to PhD in Law at your college) in the 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 admissions cycles.

Yours faithfully,
George Simmons

King's College, Cambridge

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Dear George Simmons,

 

This is in reply to your enquiry received by the College on July 25th and
made under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA). I can confirm that
the College does not hold the information you have requested. When
applicants are rejected, we no longer have access to their application.

 

The Cambridge University Board of Graduate Studies Admissions Office may
hold the information you requested.

 

If you have further questions please ask me in the first instance. I
attach a leaflet outlining the College's FOI Act policies and procedures.
If, after following those procedures you are still not satisfied with the
way in which your request has been dealt with you may apply directly to
the Information Commissioner for a decision. Generally, the Commissioner
will not entertain your complaint unless you have exhausted any relevant
internal review procedures.

 

Yours sincerely

Peter Jones

 

Peter Jones

Freedom of Information Officer

King’s College, Cambridge

Cambridge CB2 1ST

 

Email: [1][King’s College, Cambridge request email]

 

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