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FACULTY OF THEOLOGY 267 Persons in Holy Orders of the Church of England and Graduates in Arts of any British University are granted special gt"ates' privileges both in the course for the and They may obtain the Associateship after two years1 course and in special circumstances this period of study may be reduced at the discretion of the Theological Board Evening classes in Theology are also offered The course for the may be taken in the evening with the exception Classes' na year which must be taken in the day classes Two terms in the evening classes are counted as equivalent to one in the Day Division Students who have passed the London Matriculation or an equivalent may take the course for the Inter-B in the evening There are also some evening classes for the final but full preparation for that examination is not provided Students may at any time be transferred from the Evening to the Day Division on conditions that satisfy the Board Students who take the University Diploma in Theology as internal students of the college are eligible for the after one year's work in the day classes see separate leaflet -Ministers of Religion and other persons possessing recognised professional qualification are admitted by the University to special matriculation examination adapted to their needs The attention of students who have taken the and desire to read for the is drawn to this new regulation Courses of study and research are arranged for persons who are More reading with view to Hons Ph in Theology Advanced and There are also seminars conducted by Study the Professors for advanced work in the various branches of Theology Students whose course of study has been approved by the Theo- logical Board as satisfying the regulations for the Associateship and who have passed satisfactory examinations during their Course and whose conduct and character have in the opinion of the Board been satisfactory receive at the end of their Course Testamur in Divinity which qualifies them as candidates for Orders and are recommended to the Council for election as Associates of King's College London fee of Ā£1 11 &d is charged for the Diploma of Associateship Associates are entitled to wear the special hood of the Faculty authorised by the Archbishop of Canterbury Associates have the privilege of perpetual free admission to all Lectures forming the ordinary regular Students' Course in this Faculty with the exception of those specially forming part of the Course for the Degree and the use of the Libraries and Museums under the regulations which apply to Students
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