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Politics L200 admission statistics

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Daniel Nicholson

Dear University of Leeds,

With regards to the Freedom of Information Act 2000, could you please provide the following information with regards to the 2016-2017 entry cycle for the L200 Politics course:

- How many people applied for this course?
- How many were outright rejected?
- How many offers were made?
- Did this course go into clearing?
- If not, were any students who had made Leeds their firm accepted despite not making the requirements, and if so, how many?
- After A level results day (17th August), what was the lowest grade requirements accepted for the course excluding Access to Leeds applications?

Many thanks in advance

Yours faithfully,
Daniel Nicholson

Tracey Crombie,

Dear Mr Nicholson

I can confirm receipt of the request below, dated 12 June 2018. 

Your request is being dealt with under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and will be answered within twenty working days.  As such, you should expect to hear from the University in response by 10 July 2018, if, in the meantime, you have any queries about the request, please don’t hesitate to contact Jenny Foggin ([email address]).   

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Tracey Crombie
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University of Leeds
LS2 9JT
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Tracey Crombie,

Dear Mr Nicholson

 

Further to your Freedom of Information request, we have looked at the data
we hold for the 2017 entry candidates for BA Politics and can provide the
following information in reply to the questions:

 

- How many people applied for this course?  549

- How many were outright rejected? 51
- How many offers were made?  498
- Did this course go into clearing? No
- If not, were any students who had made Leeds their firm accepted despite
not making the requirements, and if so, how many? Yes, 15 Students
- After A level results day (17th August), what was the lowest grade
requirements accepted for the course excluding Access to Leeds
applications? ABB/128 points

I hope this is helpful in resolving your query. If you have any questions
about this email, however, please don't hesitate to contact me.

 

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Tracey Crombie
PA to the Legal Adviser
University of Leeds
LS2 9JT
Tel:  0113 343 4078 (NB 8am-4pm)
Fax:  0113 343 3925

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confidential and may also be legally privileged.  If you are not the
addressee please do not read, print, re-transmit, store or act in reliance
on it or any attachments.  Instead, please contact Tracey Crombie on the
above telephone number.

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acting, or refraining from acting, on any information contained in this
email is excluded.

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onward transmission or use of this email (including attachments) will not
adversely affect their systems or data contained on their systems. 
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