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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1944-1945-118

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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 121 The Advanced Study of Education The following peace-time arrangements are suspended for the present enquiries should be addressed to Prof Cavenagh King's College Strand London Courses in preparation for the Degree These courses commence in October of each session and intending students should seek an interview with the head of the Department before the beginning of that month preferably towards the end of September those who desire to pursue their studies in Education on the psychological side are advised to apply in the first instance to the University of London Institute of Education The lectures for the courses which normally extend over period of two years are arranged in conjunction with the Institute of Education and deal with tho Principles of Education the History of Education and Comparative Education Students following these courses usually read for the Degree under section Î’ or of the University regulations for the though section candidates may occasionally be accepted It is important that those who are contemplating registration should before applying acquaint themselves with these regulations copy of which may be obtained from the Academic Registrar University of London at Richmond College Richmond Surrey and that they should decide for which section of the courses they have preference For the Ph Degree The course for the Ph which normally occupies two years for full-time students or four ears for part-time students may be commenced in any term of the session and as in the case of the course intending students should consult the regulations of the University before seeking admission by interview with the head of the Department Ph students will be entitled to attend the courses for the degree
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