Student Demand Forecasts

Steve Blunn made this Freedom of Information request to Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh

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Dear Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh,

Could you please provide your projections for the number of full-time students expected to attend the institution over the next 5 years, or as far forward as you have projections for?

Where possible can this be split by full-time undergraduates and full-time postgraduates per campus.

For example:
2018: X full-time undergraduates and X full-time postgraduates
2019: X full-time undergraduates and X full-time postgraduates:

Yours faithfully,

Steve Blunn

Freedom of Information Act, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh

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Dear Mr Blunn,

I refer to your request for information received on 29 August 2018, which is being managed under the provisions of the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 (“the FOISA”). Please find the University's response attached.

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Best wishes,

Fraser Rudge

Policy Adviser (Governance and Compliance)
Division of Governance and Quality Enhancement
Queen Margaret University
East Lothian, EH21 6UU

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Email: [email address];

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