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......51% of applications LSE accept are from overseas????????????

sounds ludacris
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It's actually 32% of applications and 38% of acceptances (in 2002)

There is a higher proportion of international students though - especially if you take the MBA and other postgraduate courses into account.
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(Original post by Pencil Queen)
It's actually 32% of applications and 38% of acceptances (in 2002)

There is a higher proportion of international students though - especially if you take the MBA and other postgraduate courses into account.
oh rite......thanx.....do u know a site where they have the numbers for individual courses?
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(Original post by matouwah)
oh rite......thanx.....do u know a site where they have the numbers for individual courses?
No - but the dataset I linked to on the other thread includes subject groups (A - medicine, B - Subjects allied to med, C - biological sciences, D- vetinary/animal, F - physical sciences, G - maths and comp sci, H - engineering, J - technology etc etc)
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No - but the dataset I linked to on the other thread includes subject groups (A - medicine, B - Subjects allied to med, C - biological sciences, D- vetinary/animal, F - physical sciences, G - maths and comp sci, H - engineering, J - technology etc etc)
k..thanx
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And 20% are asian, I've heard.
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And 20% are asian, I've heard.
Any idea what the make/female breakdown of that statistic is by any chance?
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Any idea what the make/female breakdown of that statistic is by any chance?
Undergraduate students by domicile
Other 1.0%

Africa 3.2%

North America 9.3%

Asia 21.3%

Rest of Europe 15.9%

UK 49.3%


Total students
Male undergraduates 25.6%

Female undergraduates 21.1%

Female postgraduates 27.0%

Male postgraduates 26.3%
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No luck on finding the figure for "Asian female undergraduates then"

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