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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1925-1926-412

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Vlll ANNUAL REPORT Mr Warne and Miss Stephenson students of the College were awarded Gilchrist Studentships in Modern Languages Mr Nicholls and Mr Varley were awarded the French Government Silver Medal and the London Chamber of Commerce Prize respectively for proficiency in French by the Commercial Education Department of the London Chamber of Commerce Numbers of Full-Time Students The number of full-time students at the College during the session was as follows In the Faculty of Arts 331 305 of whom 258 238 were taking course for Degree and 73 67 course for Diploma in the Faculty of Natural Science 214 212 all taking course for Degree in the Faculty of Medical Science 265 277 of whom 130 160 were taking course for Degree and 135 117 the Examina- tions of the Conjoint Board in the Faculty of Engineering 134 107 of whom 101 125 were taking course for Degree and 33 32 the course for the College Diploma and in the Faculty of Theology 69 111 of whom 17 23 were taking course for Degree and the remainder the course for the Associateship of King's College In the five Faculties there were thus 013 062 full-time students In addition there were 209 206 Evening Students taking course for Degree exclusive of Evening Students in Theology 105 117 in the Faculty of Arts 64 63 in the Faculty of Science and 40 26 in the Faculty of Laws There were also 147 139 students of whom 88 67 were full-time and 59 72 part-time taking course for higher Degree in the various Faculties and students taking course for higher Diploma In addition 16 students were engaged in independent research and 25 81 were taking various Post-graduate or Post-diploma Courses There were also in the College 619 558 part-time students day and evening who were taking course for first Diploma In addition there were 922 035 occasional students who were attending courses not leading to Degree or Diploma The Gilbart Lectures on Banking delivered in the College were attended by 785 193 persons there were 515 492 students in attendance at different Inter-collegiate lectures and the preliminary class was attended by 86 72 students exclusive of 49 29 students who attended the evening preliminary class arranged by the Theological Department Studies The prosperity of the College in point of studies is comfort and an encouragement to all its members There are difficulties of finance and the problem of the site is always present In spite of those difficulties and that problem the College continues to flourish more The corresponding figures for the previous session 1922 to 1923 are given in square brackets
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