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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1927-1928-149

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148 FACULTY OF LAWS The full course for the degree of LL extends over three years The Intermediate Examination is held at the end of the first year and the Final Examination at the end of the third year Par- ticulars with regard to these Examinations will be found at pp 154 155 Candidates for the LL degree other than candidates registered under Statutes 113 and 129 of the University must either Have obtained honours at the LL Degree Examination not less than two years previously or Have taken the LL degree not less than two years pre- viously and have subsequently passed the LL Honours Examination These candidates must also submit dissertation or thesis on some special portion of Law and be prepared to be examined on the selected portion For further particulars application should be made to the Dean of the Faculty or the Adviser to Law Students Candidates for the LL degree other than candidates registered under Statutes 113 and 129 of the University must have passed the LL degree examination at least one calendar year previously FEES MATRICULATION The fees for the Preliminary Classes are £16 165 per term for the day class and £5 5s per term for the evening class payable in advance These fees are roughly proportional to the amount of instruction given in the day and evening classes respectively Students men or women can be admitted at any time The entry fee for the Matriculation Examination is £3 3s payable to the University LAW DEGREES No fee is charged by the University for registration of students as Internal Students who have passed either the Matriculation Examination or School Examination with exemption from the Matriculation if application for registration is made within four months from the first attendance at the course in respect of which registration is desired Students who begin course of study in October and matriculate in the following January may be registered without payment of fine before March 1st If an application is made after the four months fine of £1 and if after year fine of £3 is imposed Students who have not passed either of the Examinations mentioned are required to pay registration fee of £2 The College undertakes the registration of students and application should be made at the Office for the necessary forms
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