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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1944-1945-153

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163 faculty of JEnoineerino COURSES OF STUDY This Faculty provides systematic course of study of University character for those intending to devote themselves to Engineering The scientific principles which underlie all branches of Engineering together with the methods of applying those principles are taught in carefully graduated courses extending normally over three years arranged so as to give preparation for those wishing to take the degree of So in Engineering of the University of London and the Diploma of the College Students are admitted as either Regular or Occasional students Regular students are those taking full-time courses and paying the Composition Fee of their Faculty Occasional students are those pay- ing only the fees for the separate classes attended they are normally expected to attend at least four hours week The attention of students is called to the General College Rules for which see Table of Contents Students who have passed the Intermediate Science or Intermediate Engineering Examination or an examination exempting therefrom before entering the College except as Registered Internal students of the University will be required by the University to spend three years over their undergraduate course before the Internal Degree of Sc can be conferred even though their final examination be passed at the end of the second year see below under Approved Third Year Courses and also under Higher Degrees Students taking Higher School Examinations before entering the College are advised to acquaint themselves with the University Regulations concerning exemption from the Intermediate Examination Students are recommended to spend at least one half of each of their two Summer Vacations in Engineering Works The College will assist them as far as possible in obtaining such experience which will be found most valuable in their College work Students are reminded that their College course represents only part of their education as Engineers and that substantial part of their training must of necessity be obtained in actual engineering work Enquiries regarding facilities for research should be addressed to the Head of the Department concerned
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