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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1925-1926-180

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181 faculty of flDebtcal Science Dean of the Faculty Professor Barclay-Smith Ch Vice-Dean Professor McDowall Sc Ch Edin In this Faculty Medical and Dental Students receive their education in Preliminary Studies Chemistry Physics and Biology and in Intermediate Studies Anatomy Physiology Materia Medica Pharma- cology Metallurgy Dental Anatomy and Histology The Courses are open to Women Students on the same terms as to men The Courses which may be followed are either those for the ex- animations leading to the degree of and in the University of London or those for the examinations of other Universities and of the Conjoint Examining Board of the Royal Colleges of Physicians and Surgeons Students taking the University or Conjoint Course are usually admitted at the commencement of the Michaelmas Term only Regular Students who have completed their Preliminary and Intermediate work pass on to one or other of the hospitals to continue their studies for the Final Examinations The Hospitals allied to King's College are King's College Hospital Denmark Hill Westminster Hospital St George's Hospital Hyde Park Corner and Charing Cross Hospital Strand Prospectuses of these Hospitals can be obtained on application to their respective Deans SCHOLARSHIPS PRIZES AND CERTIFICATES Entrance Scholarships -Two Warneford Entrance Scholarships of £30 year for four years and one Sambrooke Scholarship in Medical Science of £30 for three years will be offered in 1926 At the end of the First Year of study the Rabbeth Scholarship £20 the Carter Gold Medal and Prize in Botany and the Hare Prize in Zoology are open for competition At the end of the Second Year the Second Year's Scholarship £20 is open for competition At the end of the Third Year the Hughes Prize in Anatomy the Huxley Prize in Physiology and the Jelf Medal are open for competition The Daniell Scholarship in Chemistry £40 Warneford Prizes £25 and £15 Leathes Prize Barry Prize &c &c -are also open to Students of this Faculty The majority of the Scholarships and Prizes are open to Regular Students only Certificates may also be given in the various Class Examinations For full details of Scholarships and Prizes see pp 53-73
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