Dear London School of Economics,

Could you provide the following application statistic for the enrolment in 2016/2017, 2017/2018 and 2018/2019 for MSc Finance, MSc Finance and Economics, MSc Finance and Private Equity:

Number of applicants
Number of total offers awarded
Number of conditional offers awarded
Number of unconditional offers awarded
Number of offers awarded broken down by undergraduate grade for those that study in the UK (e.g. How many got first vs upper second)

Yours faithfully,

James Davenport

GLPD.Info.Rights, London School of Economics

Dear James


With reference to your request for information under the Freedom of
Information Act, please find below the School’s response.


MSc Finance (FT) Applicants Total Conditional Unconditional UK first :
offers 2.1*
2016/7 1582 219 175 44 39 : 7
2017/8 1680 191 155 36 51 : <5
2018/9 1554 221 164 57 39 : <5
MSc Finance and          
Private Equity
2016/7 824 72 49 23 11 : <5
2017/8 748 63 46 17 12 : 5
2018/9 723 68 46 22 14 : <5
MSc Finance and          
2016/7 841 133 101 32 10 : <5
2017/8 1164 120 89 31 15 : <5
2018/9 1107 111 88 23 19 : <5


* Note re the figures in this column: these data are not stored in a
standardised format that can easily be reported on without checking
individual transcripts which would take a lot of time. This information is
based on free-text entries where the country of previous institution is in
the UK and the free text matched honours classification of first, upper
second etc.



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Danny Hassell

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The London School of Economics and Political Science

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