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18 GENERAL INFORMATION RESIDENCE I-King's College Theological Hall The Hall is not available for residence during the war In normal times at least one year's residence in Hall is required of every theo- logical candidate for the Associateship of King's College and longer period is strongly recommended whenever possible Owing to the very small number of theological students now in attendance and to war- time difficulties it is not possible to establish Hall of Residence at present II-The Platanes This Hostel for men students is closed during the war Ill-Cantebbuby Hall This collegiate hall for women students of the University situated in Cartwright Gardens is closed during the war IV- College Hall College Hall situated in Bloomsbury has now been reopened and provides residence for women students of any of the London University Colleges The fees are £3 3s per week for single room with partial board and from £2 5s to £2 15s per week for place in double room with partial board Further information and forms of application may be obtained from The Principal College Hall Malet St V- Connaught Hall Connaught Hall is an intercollegiate University residence for men students preference in admission being given to those from Canada and the other Dominions It is situated on the University Site immediately to the north of the British Museum Separate study- bedrooms centrally heated are provided for sixty residents The dining writing games and common rooms are spacious and comfort- ably furnished The rent of the study-bedrooms including breakfast and dinner ranges from £75 to £105 session 30 weeks Application for admission should be addressed to The Warden Connaught Hall 16-20 Torrington Square London VI-Wab-time Aeeangements All students whose homes are not in London and who cannot live there with friends are advised to make early application to the University of London Lodgings Bureau 15 Gordon Square Telephone EUSton 1440 and to make an appointment to see the Lodgings Officer if possible All students are required to inform the College Office of their addresses at the beginning of the session In their own interests students are required to notify the College Office at once of any change of address
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