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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1926-1927-59

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SCHOLARSHIPS AND EXHIBITIONS 55 Scholar must on election obtain security for the purpose of ensuring that he will proceed as Missionary to India when his education is completed Scholar if student in the Theological Department must pursue the regular Course for the or the if student in the Medical Faculty Course for obtaining qualification recognised by the General Medical Council if student in any other Faculty Course for degree in the University of London The Scholar if not student of the Theological Department must attend for three years the general lectures in Theology provided for all students in the College and pass the annual examinations He may however attend instead other lectures given in the Theological Faculty with the consent of the Dean The emoluments and all privileges of this scholarship may be forfeited if in the opinion of the Council the conduct of the Scholar or his work either in Theology or Medicine is unsatisfactory Applications accompanied by Testimonials should be addressed to the Dean of King's College Strand who will recommend the Scholar for election by the Council on the advice of the Joint Professorial Board Scholar For the names of those elected before 1926 see previous Calendars 1926 Cartwright Frederick XTdarneforfc fl&ebical Scbolarsbips The late Rev Samuel Wilson Warneford LL in November 1851 presented to the College the sum of Five Thousand Pounds for the foundation of Medical Scholarships The Regulations may be revised from time to time provided that under no circumstances shall any alteration be made by which the regulations as to the examination and proficiency of the candidates in Divinity or as to the character of the holder of any scholarship shall be made less stringent than heretofore laid down The Scholarships are administered by the Council and the regulations at present in force are the following The Scholarships are of the value of £120 payable in four yearly instalments of £30 and two are offered for competition each year one for an Arts candidate and one for Science candidate The Scholarships are offered for competition to candidates preparing to enter the Faculty of Medical Science in the following October Students who enter the College in October or later and are pursuing the Course for the First Examination for Medical Degrees University of London or for the First Examination of the Conjoint
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