Reserve list statistics for Political Economy of Late Development

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Dear London School of Economics,

I would like to request you to provide information regarding the reserve list statistics for the Msc. Political Economy of Late Development programme for the previous 5 years. ie. The number of applicants placed in the reserve list and the number of applicants who subsequently received an acceptance offer in the same year or the following year.

Yours faithfully,
S. Ravi

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Dear S. Ravi,

 

With reference to your request for information under the Freedom of
Information Act, please find below the information you requested.

 

Number then made an offer in same or
Year Number of reserve list subsequent years
2015/6 15 5
2016/7 8 0
2017/8 16 5
2018/9 10 1
2019/0 11 5

 

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