TRANSPARENCY INFORMATION 2019-2020
Transparency information seeks to inform School strategy in reference to:
In 2019-2020, the London School had overall 22 UK domicile / national students receiving an undergraduate award.
The information published here shows government data of UK domicile/ national students who attained a particular level of undergraduate award on completion of their course with us in the academic year 2019-2020.
The data shows an “N” result for the London School in 2019-2020 as individual results (by criteria) below 20 or less are not published to protect student personal data.
The London School seeks to effectively deliver graduates from all backgrounds, social mobility, which enables individuals to contribute to society, culture and economy within local and global communities.
The School takes action to both identify and prioritise activities and expenditure to support activities targeted at closing opportunity and participation gaps and promoting its educational opportunities as widely as possible.
The School continues to enhance opportunities for students, alumni and prospective students to engage in academic, school and local outreach community activities with additional investment to improve equality of opportunity for under-represented groups in partnership with local and national sector associations.
Renewed emphasis on widening access and participation continues throughout the continuation of Saturday Clubs, industry corporate partnerships and through scholarships and bursaries.
Overall, the London School has been strategically developing its UK access support within an international school to attract and enhance our UK student community.
In 2020-2021, the London School welcomed 75 UK domicile / national students:
Click here for further School-wide information within our UK, EU and International student communities in the academic year 2019-2020.