Private v state school admissions
I am writing to request the following information under FOISA:
In each of the last six academic years, how many applications to begin an undergraduate programme at your institution did you receive from:
1. rUK (England, Wales, NI) domiciled students? How many of these gained their entry qualifications at a private or fee paying school?
2. EU domiciled students? How many of these who gained their entry qualifications at a private or fee paying school?
3. Scottish domiciled students who gained their entry qualifications at a private or fee paying school? if any of these applicants were in the SIMD20 regarding deprivation, please state how many.
4. overseas domiciled students? How many of these gained their entry qualifications at a private or fee paying school?
If you require any clarification or further information please let me know asap.
RE: Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 – Request for Information
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Corporate Governance Officer
DDI / Fòn: 01847 889380
Re: Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 – Request for Information
I refer to your request for information received on the 2nd June 2019, relating to Private v state school admissions - FOI 059.
Please see our response in the attached, and note the following which is also included within the Excel export:
The student's last school will be the most recent last school for that student, this applies to all years.
Admissions for students without a last school specified are excluded.
Schools with a school type code set are excluded.
The Fee Status code used is the most recent data for that student, this applies to all years.
The Fee Status codes, include off-site students.
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