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Table 10.1a gives the number of IB applicants and number of applications from IB applicants broken down by region.

Table 10.1a Applicants and Applications by Region IB

Applicants

% Applicants

Applications

% Applications

UK

1,168

25.4

6,710

25.8

EU

1,763

38.3

9,962

38.3

Non EU

1,668

36.3

9,352

35.9

Grand Total

4,599

100.0

26,024

100.0

                                          n=4,599                                n=26,024

38.3% of IB applicants were domiciled in the EU generating 38.3% of the total applications made by IB applicants.  Those applicants domiciled outside the EU accounted for 36.3% of IB applicants and 35.9% of applications.  These figures are illustrated in Chart 1.1.

Table 10.1b Applicants and Applications by Region Non IB

 

Applicants

% Applicants

Applications

% Applications

UK

443,462

85.7

1,952,956

86.4

EU

26,945

5.2

108,852

4.8

Non EU

47,149

9.1

197,764

8.8

Grand Total

517,556

100.0

2,259,572

100.0

                                         n=517,556                             n=2,259,572

In terms of domicile, there is a completely different distribution for non IB applicants compared to IB applicants as illustrated in Chart 10.1.

Chart 10.1

chart 10.1 Non IB applicants and applications by domicile

 

Tables 10.2a and b show the data by region broken down further into whether applicants received offers.


Table 10.2a Whether Applications Received Offers by Domicile IB

Received Offers

Unsuccessful

 

Applications

% Applications

Applications

% Applications

UK

4,695

18.0

2,015

7.7

EU

6,761

26.0

3,201

12.3

Non EU

6,850

26.3

2,502

9.6

Grand Total

18,306

70.3

7,718

29.7

n=26,024

Table 10.2b Whether Applications Received Offers by Domicile Non IB

 

Received Offers

Unsuccessful

 

Applications

% Applications

Applications

% Applications

UK

1,314,321

58.2

638,635

28.3

EU

59,590

2.6

49,262

2.2

Non EU

112,913

5.0

84,851

3.8

Grand Total

1,486,824

65.8

772,748

34.2

n=2,259,572

The distribution of applicants across the regions is reflected in the proportion of applications which received offers between IB and non IB applicants. In the non IB population UK domiciled applicants were very much over represented compared to the IB population, as illustrated in Chart 10.2.

Chart 10.2

chart 10.2 Non-IB applications receiving offers compared to IB applications by region

Table 10.3a Accepted Applicants by Region IB

 

Accepted Applicants

% Applicants Accepted

% Accepted Applicants

UK

995

21.6

30.6

EU

1,239

26.9

38.1

Non EU

1,018

22.1

31.3

Grand Total

3,252

70.7

100.0

                                                           n=4,599                           n=3,252

Reflecting the distribution of IB applicants, the greatest proportion of accepted applicants was accounted for by those domiciled in the EU (38.1%).

Table 10.3b Accepted Applicants by Region Non IB

 

Accepted Applicants

% Applicants Accepted

% Accepted Applicants

UK

359,249

69.4

89.3

EU

16,008

3.1

4.0

Non EU

26,860

5.2

6.7

Grand Total

402,117

77.7

100.0

                                                         n=517,556                            n=402,117

Non IB accepted applicants also reflect the base population of non IB applicants with 89.3% of accepted applicants domiciled in the UK.



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