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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1925-1926-263

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266 jfacult of £beoI0Q£ Dean of the Faculty-The Rev Matthews The Faculty of Theology is school in Divinity of the University of London and provides instruction in all branches of Theology to students who are intending to offer themselves as candidates for Holy Orders in the Church of England and to others There are two courses which largely coincide The course for the degree of the Uni- versity of London consists of the subjects required by the University see 275 The course for the Associateship of the College includes beside many of the subjects for the the study of the history doctrine liturgy and pastoral work of the English Church see 281 Either course may be taken in conjunction with the course for the University Diploma in Theology the examination for which occurs at the end of the second year of the course The two courses for and may be taken in combination b" student for the provided that he has taken the Course subjects peculiar to the Associateship and has given satisfaction to the Professors may at the end of his course be recommended for the Associateship All students who wish to read for the must pass the Matricula- Ρ tion examination of the University or some recognised equivalent Those who have not done so before joining the Faculty will be prepared for Matriculation in the Preliminary Year Course Students may read for the alone To enter on this course it is not necessary to have passed the London Matricula- tion but those who have not passed either that examina- tion or one of those enumerated on page 274 will be required to pass the College Preliminary Examination The course for the which was formerly two years' course has now been extended to three years in pursuance of the declared wish of the Bishops to extend the period of training for Holy Orders The course will thus coincide in duration with that for the The under these new regulations is recognised as excusing from the Central Ordination Examination provided that in normal eases the candidates shall have resided for at least three terms in the Hostel Students will be admitted to the Preliminary Year who satisfy Preliminary the Theological Board that they are qualified to enter Year on course of training for Holy Orders For details of Preliminary Year see 288
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