MBChB Graduate entry by graduation category

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From: Sajed Valappil

Dear University of Auckland,

Please provide information on MBChB graduate entry by number of students successful in gaining entry categorised against the graduation they’ve completed for the year 2019 and 2020

Yours faithfully,
Sajed Valappil

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From: Rebecca Ewert
University of Auckland

Dear Sajed,

 

I refer to your four requests of 8 and 9 July 2021 for official
information concerning admissions to the University’s MBChB programme.

 

Under section 12(2) of the Official Information Act, the official
information requested needs to be specified with due particularity. Please
advise whether you intended to request the information below:

 

 1. For 2019 and 2020 MBChB admissions, a list of the qualifying
programmes for successful graduate applicants in the General
admissions category.
 2. For 2021 MBChB admissions, the number of successful FY applicants in
the General admissions category, broken down by whether their FY
pathway was the Bachelor of Health Sciences or the Bachelor of Science
(Biomedical Science).
 3. For 2021 and 2019, the number of students enrolled in first year of
the Bachelor of Health Sciences who achieved an A+ grade, and the
number of those students who achieved an A grade, in Semester One CHEM
110, Semester One BIOSCI 107, and Semester One POPLHTLH 111.
 4. For 2019, the number of students enrolled in first year of the
Bachelor of Health Sciences who achieved an A+ grade, and the number
of those students who achieved an A grade, in Semester Two MEDSCI 142.
 5. For 2021 and 2019, the number of students enrolled in first year of
the Bachelor of Science (Biomedical Science) who achieved an A+ grade,
and the number of those students who achieved an A grade, in Semester
One CHEM 110, Semester One BIOSCI 107, and Semester One POPLHTLH 111.
 6. For 2019, the number of students enrolled in first year of the
Bachelor of Science (Biomedical Science) who achieved an A+ grade, and
the number of those students who achieved an A grade, in Semester Two
MEDSCI 142.

 

Please note that the above has been drafted purely based on what it
appears you wish to request from your emails of 8 and 9 July 2021. This is
not a decision to provide the information specified above. The University
will consider your request after it has been finalised and then make a
decision on what information should be provided to you in accordance with
the Act. The University will treat this as a single request for the
purposes of section 18(f) of the Official Information Act, which relates
to requests for information that would require substantial collation or
research to provide, but your request needs to be made with due
particularity before we can carry out such an assessment.

 

After you have finalised your request, the University has a time limit of
20 working days to respond (unless extended).

 

Yours sincerely,

Rebecca Ewert

General Counsel

University of Auckland

 

From: Sajed Valappil <[1][FOI #16019 email]>
Sent: Friday, 9 July 2021 2:27 pm
To: legal <[2][email address]>
Subject: Official Information request - MBChB Graduate entry by graduation
category

 

Dear University of Auckland,

Please provide information on MBChB graduate entry by number of students
successful in gaining entry categorised against the graduation they’ve
completed for the year 2019 and 2020

Yours faithfully,
Sajed Valappil

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From: Sajed Valappil

Dear Rebecca Ewert,

In reply to your email I can confirm that I intended to request the information below:

1. For 2019 and 2020 MBChB admissions, a list of the qualifying
programmes for successful graduate applicants in the General
admissions category.
2. For 2021 MBChB admissions, the number of successful FY applicants in
the General admissions category, broken down by whether their FY
pathway was the Bachelor of Health Sciences or the Bachelor of Science
(Biomedical Science).
3. For 2021 and 2019, the number of students enrolled in first year of
the Bachelor of Health Sciences who achieved an A+ grade, and the
number of those students who achieved an A grade, in Semester One CHEM
110, Semester One BIOSCI 107, and Semester One POPLHTLH 111.
4. For 2019, the number of students enrolled in first year of the
Bachelor of Health Sciences who achieved an A+ grade, and the number
of those students who achieved an A grade, in Semester Two MEDSCI 142.
5. For 2021 and 2019, the number of students enrolled in first year of
the Bachelor of Science (Biomedical Science) who achieved an A+ grade,
and the number of those students who achieved an A grade, in Semester
One CHEM 110, Semester One BIOSCI 107, and Semester One POPLHTLH 111.
6. For 2019, the number of students enrolled in first year of the
Bachelor of Science (Biomedical Science) who achieved an A+ grade, and
the number of those students who achieved an A grade, in Semester Two
MEDSCI 142.

Yours sincerely,

Sajed Valappil

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From: Sajed Valappil

Dear Rebecca Ewert,
In reply to your email dated 21/07/21 I can confirm that I intended to request the information below:

1. For 2019 and 2020 MBChB admissions, a list of the qualifying
programmes for successful graduate applicants in the General
admissions category.
2. For 2021 MBChB admissions, the number of successful FY applicants in
the General admissions category, broken down by whether their FY
pathway was the Bachelor of Health Sciences or the Bachelor of Science
(Biomedical Science).
3. For 2021 and 2019, the number of students enrolled in first year of
the Bachelor of Health Sciences who achieved an A+ grade, and the
number of those students who achieved an A grade, in Semester One CHEM
110, Semester One BIOSCI 107, and Semester One POPLHTLH 111.
4. For 2019, the number of students enrolled in first year of the
Bachelor of Health Sciences who achieved an A+ grade, and the number
of those students who achieved an A grade, in Semester Two MEDSCI 142.
5. For 2021 and 2019, the number of students enrolled in first year of
the Bachelor of Science (Biomedical Science) who achieved an A+ grade,
and the number of those students who achieved an A grade, in Semester
One CHEM 110, Semester One BIOSCI 107, and Semester One POPLHTLH 111.
6. For 2019, the number of students enrolled in first year of the
Bachelor of Science (Biomedical Science) who achieved an A+ grade, and
the number of those students who achieved an A grade, in Semester Two
MEDSCI 142.

Yours sincerely,

Sajed Valappil

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