|Ethnic group||Total number of applications – 2019 *||Total number of accepted offers – 2019|
|Any other Asian background||315 (3.9%)||11|
|Any other Black background||32 (0.4%)||<5|
|Any other ethnic group||109 (1.3%)||<5|
|Any other mixed background||95 (1.2%)||<5|
|Any other white background||634 (7.8%)||25|
|Asian or Asian British – Bangladeshi||196 (2.4%)||6|
|Asian or Asian British – Indian||499 (6.1%)||17|
|Asian or Asian British – Pakistani||345 (4.2%)||7|
|Black or Black British – African||527 (6.4%)||<5|
|Black or Black British – Caribbean||81 (1%)||10|
|Mixed White and Asian||116 (1.4%)||7|
|Mixed White and Black African||66 (0.8%)||<5|
|Mixed White and Black Caribbean||57 (0.7%)||<5|
|Not Stated||289 (3.5%)||21|
|White – British||4479 (54.8%)||297|
|White Irish||140 (1.7%)||16|
*The percentage of applications is shown in brackets.
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