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14 GENERAL INFORMATION RELATING TO KING'S COLLEGE AS WHOLE The building adjoins Somerset House and part of it extends over the Aldwych station of the Underground Railway It is easily reached by any of the numerous bus services passing it along the Strand by tram along the Victoria Embankment or from the Temple station of the Metropolitan and District Railways Aldwych station and the entrance to the College from tho Embankment are both closed during the war The building includes the Chapel the Great Hall the large Lecture Theatre lecture rooms for all College classes museums libraries laboratories for practical work in all subjects anatomical rooms and workshops King College by the King's College London Transfer Act 1908 is incorporated in the University of Ix ndon in all Faculties except Theology The Theological Department is School of the University in the Faculty of Theology King's College for Women is now amalgamated with King's College in the Faculties of Arts and Science The Household and Social Science Department at Campden Hill became separate institution in 1928 under the title of King's College of Household and Social Science Tho College is under the general supervision of tho Principal each Faculty being under the special superintendence of one of the Profes- pots annually appointed as its Dean The Theological Department is under the supervision of the Dean of King's College the Rev Preb Richard Hanson Students of the College are either Regular or Occasional Regular Students are those admitted to the regular and full courses of study prescribed in their respective Faculties Occasional Students are those who while not attending complete course are desirous of studying any particular subject or subjects They are required to submit themselves to the same discipline as regular students whilst in the precincts of the College Students who have passed the Matriculation Examination of the University of London should on entering the College register as Internal Studer ts of the University Registration schedules can be obtained in the office and should be completed within one month of entry Registered Internal Students have the advantage of taking the Special Intermediate Examination held at the College Regular Students are not as rule admitted to the College until they have passed the Matriculation Examination or its equivalent
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