Timing of law offers

Kat Ammann made this Freedom of Information request to London School of Economics

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Dear Sir/Madam,

I am interested in the dates at which offers were given out for your undergraduate law courses (both the LLB and any Law with courses such as Law with Politics) during the previous UCAS admissions cycle (autumn 2018 - summer 2019).

I would therefore like to request a list of the dates on which undergraduate law offers were sent out in the previous admissions cycle, as well as the number of offers that were sent out on each of the dates.

The list could look like this:
Date 1 - 15 offers
Date 2 - 25 offers
Date 3 - 0 offers
Date 4 - 12 offers

I look forward to hearing from you.

Kind Regards,

GLPD.Info.Rights, London School of Economics

Dear Kat,


Further to your recent FoI request, the Schools response is provided


19/12/2018 21
18/01/2019 36
01/02/2019 29
08/02/2019 29
15/02/2019 16
22/02/2019 33
28/02/2019 30
06/03/2019 35
13/03/2019 9
20/03/2019 71
22/03/2019 66
25/03/2019 1
26/03/2019 72
28/03/2019 31
29/03/2019 5


BA Anthropology and Law
19/12/2018 2
01/02/2019 9
04/02/2019 2
06/03/2019 20
20/03/2019 3
26/03/2019 8


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