This is an HTML version of an attachment to the Freedom of Information request '2021/22 Postgraduate programmes admission statistics'.

5 May 2022 
Kathryn Dan 
University Archivist, Associate 
Director Records & Archives 
Austin Li 
The Australian National University 
Canberra ACT 2601 
Via email: 
CRICOS Provider No. 00120C 
Dear Austin, 
Freedom of Information Request 202200023 
On 24 April 2022 the Australian National University received your request seeking access to 
documents under the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (the Act).  
1.  Scope of Request 
I have taken your request to be as follows:  
‘kindly provide the fol owing data for the 2021/22 admission cycle (i.e. 2021 fal  intake): 
1. List of all postgraduate taught programmes 2. Numbers of all applications (for each specific 

programme) 3. Numbers of al  offers made (for each specific programme) 4. Numbers of Chinese 
nationality applications (for each specific programme) 5. Numbers of Chinese nationality offers made 
(for each specific programme)’. 
The purpose of this letter is to provide you with a decision on your request for access under the 
2.  Authority to Make Decision 
I am an officer authorised under section 23 of the Act to make decisions in respect of requests to 
access documents or to amend or annotate records. 
3.  Relevant Material 
In reaching my decision I referred to the following: 
•  The terms of your request 
•  Document relevant to the request 
•  Advice from University staff with responsibility for matters relating to the document to 
which you sought access 
•  The Act 
•  Guidelines published by the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) 
under section 93A of the Act (the FOI Guidelines) 
4.  Decision  
I am the authorised decision maker for your request. 
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 I have identified two documents that are within the scope of your request. I have decided to grant 
access to the documents in full.   
A copy of the documents and a Document Schedule are enclosed with this letter. 
5.  Charges 
As the cost of processing your request was minimal, I have decided not to impose charges in this 
6.  Rights of Review 
Your review rights are outlined on page 3.  
Should you have any enquiries concerning this decision, please contact me at 
Yours sincerely 
Kathryn Dan 
University Archivist, Associate Director 
Records & Archives
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Your review rights 
If you disagree with this decision, you may apply for Internal Review or Information Commissioner 
review. We encourage you to seek internal review as a first step as it may provide a more rapid 
resolution of your concerns. 
Internal Review 
Section 54A of the Act gives you the right to apply for an internal review of this decision. 
An application for internal review must be made in writing within 30 days of receipt of this letter. 
No particular form is required but it is desirable to set out in the application the grounds on which 
you consider the decision should be reviewed. 
The application should be addressed to Freedom of Information at  
Review by the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) 
Under section 54L of the Act, you may also apply to the OAIC to review this decision. An 
application must be made in writing within 60 days of the date of this letter, and be lodged in one 
of the following ways: 
GPO Box 5218, Sydney NSW 2001 
in person:   175 Pitt Street, Sydney NSW (by appointment only). 
More information is available on the OAIC website. Go to
information/reviews-and-complaints/ . 
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