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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1925-1926-117

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114 FACULTY OF ARTS Candidates who have taken the Pass Examination may present themselves for Honours in any one branch after having completed such course of study as the Senate may in each case approve Honours graduates may take second branch after further approved course of study extending over at least one year II -FOR THE DEGREES OF Ph AND Lit Arrangements are made for supervising the studies of graduates of this and other Universities who are admitted as candidates for the higher degrees in Arts of the University of London III -DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Professional Training The students of the Department who are in training for the Teaching profession fall into two categories King's Scholars those who are in receipt of grant from the Board of Education in aid of the cost of their academic studies and post-graduate professional training and maintenance and are being prepared for service in schools approved by the Board Private Students those who enter the department as fee- paying students for the purpose of professional training only with view to service in secondary schools The King's Scholars include men whose education fits them to take degree course in honours in Arts or Natural Science precedent to the more strictly professional training in the post graduate year Such students must have matriculated and should preferably have passed the Higher Schools Examination before admission They spend three years on their academic course and one year on their professional training The Board of Education is prepared to allow students who are recommended by the College and who have success- fully completed an honours course to train for service in Secondary Schools and to take the course which prepares for the Teachers Diploma of the University Students who are enrolled and accepted by the Board of Education as King's Scholars pay no tuition fees and receive an annual main- tenance grant of £20 and such further sum as the Board may pay for that purpose The Delegacy reserve to themselves the power of declining student at any period of his training if the report of the Professors as to his progress or conduct is not satisfactory Students are subjected to exactly the same discipline as all other students of the College and must make themselves conversant with the rules laid down in the Calendar Applications must be made on the forms provided by the Depart- ment and should be sent in not earlier than 1st October nor later than 1st January for admission in the following October Candidates must be prepared if called upon to visit the College for the purpose of an An additional grant of £15 per annum is payable in respect of those in residence at the College Hostels see ii
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