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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1931-1932-55

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SCHOLARSHIPS AND EXHIBITIONS 49 to Mr Ranner Secretary of the Board King's College Hospital Medical School for form of entry which must be sent in in February Ibenrg IWevntle Gladstone Scbolarsbtp The Scholarship was established in 1929 in connection with the Centenary Scholarships and Bursaries Fund and bears the name of Mr Henry Neville Gladstone in honour of the chief donor to the Fund The conditions of award are the same as those for the Sambrooke Scholarship in Arts Jnglis Stu&entsbtp Founded 1857 by George Monckton Esq of Somerford Hall Penkridge and others in memory of the Right Honourable Sir Robert Harry Inglis Baronet The regulations were revised in 1911 and again in 1923 Two Studentships are offered annually one in English one in History and are open to all regular students of the University of London King's College who shall have completed at least six College terms The value of the Studentship will be £85 together with free tuition for one Session but the emolument will be increased up to maximum of £100 whenever the finances of the Fund permit The Studentships will be awarded on the results of the Honours Examination of the University of London in English and History on the recommendations of the Heads of the Departments of English and History The student will be required to pursue full-time course of study at King's College for the Degree or Ph Degree in English or History respectively and to give some assistance in teaching in the Department of English or of Modern History The student will enter upon his Studentship in the Session following that in which he has completed his Course in accordance with University regulations Payment for the Studentship will be made in three equal instal- ments at the end of each term on receipt of satisfactory certificate of attendance and progress from the Head of the Department in which the student is studying SerboCroat Stu&entsbip grant of £50 per annum was made in 1925 by the Serbo-Croat Government for Post Graduate Studentship in Serbo-Croat Language and Literature The Studentship is awarded by the Delegacy on the nomination of the Director of the School of Slavonic Studies
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