Dear London School of Economics,
I would like to seek for the statistics of MSc Finance (Full time), MSc Accounting and Finance, MSc Finance & Private Equity, MSc Economics for application cycles of 2017/18,2018/19,2019/20,2020/21, and2021/22.
1. Number of applicants from University Of London - LSE business programs
2. Number of offers extended to these applicants.
3. Number of applicants from Hong Kong domicile
4. Number of candidates waitlisted from UOL with expected 1st honours and offer extended
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Further to your recent FoI request, the Schools response is provided below:
The total number is 5 applicants across all those years and programmes that were predicted a first class degree from UoLIP and waitlisted, then subsequently made an offer.
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