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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1927-1928-463

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THE THEOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT KING'S COLLEGE LONDON UNIVERSITY OF LONDON ANNUAL REPORT OF THE COUNCIL Presented to the COURT of MEMBERS of KING'S COLLEGE on November 30th 1926 The number of students in the Theological Department was some- what larger than in the preceding Session There were 100 regular full-time day students reading for the 13 post-graduate students reading for one of the higher degrees of the University of London 39 regular evening students reading for the first part of the The total number of regular men students thus reached 152 In addition 21 "occasional" students were in attendance in some cases pursuing special course for ordination at the request of diocesan bishops We have also to add that 59 students attended the evening preliminary class The number of students registered as "internal students" of the University and working for the or higher degree was 34 This figure is satisfactory as it marks distinct advance on last Session when the number of internal students was 21 The number of women students of Theology was slightly larger than that of the previous Session the total being 74 Of these one was reading for the for the 15 for the Lambeth Diploma for the University Diploma and 16 for the University Certificate in Religious Knowledge The daily services in the College Chapel have been maintained and the system of student organists under the direction of Professor Rogers has worked well The attendance of members of the Staff and students of other faculties has been encouraging The con- gregations at the beginning of term and Commemoration have been so great that it is becoming clear that the Chapel is really too small for the College Divinity lectures for students in other faculties were given by Bishop Gore and the Dean The attendance at these lectures was about 300 and the results of the examination showed that the students had been really interested in the subject The system of providing Divinity lectures in the College which are open to all is now perhaps in more
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