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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1957-1958-42

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GENERAL INFORMATION 43 registration fee and his letter accepting the offer of place His Matriculation fee of Ā£3 3s will be charged at the same time as his tuition fee for the first session or term and his Matriculation will be completed at the same time as he is registered as an Internal or External Student of the University This registration is effected by the student's completing Registra- tion Schedule on the occasion of his being enrolled by the Dean or Sub-Dean of his Faculty at the beginning of his first session in college The registration sohedule includes claim where needed for exemption from an Intermediate Examination through an examination for Higher School Certificate or General Certificate of Education For some Faculties such exemption is at present condition of acceptance and on this applicants are advised to consult the sections of the Faculty prospectuses dealing with conditions of entry The work at King's College in connection with the University of London consists of the following University of London King's College Faculty of Arts -This includes Language and Litera- ture Classics English French German Modern Greek Portu- guese Spanish History Ancient Medieval Modern Central European- Imperial and Colonial Palaeography Geo- graphy Mathematics Philosophy Education ii Faculty of Laws -M&ny of the lectures and postgraduate seminars in Law but not tutorial classes or other teaching are arranged on an intercollegiate basis with University College the London School of Economics and the School of Oriental and African Studies iii Faculty of Natural Science -This includes Mathematics Botany Chemistry Geography Geology Physics Zoology iv Faculty of Medical Science -This includes Anatomy Bio- chemistry Embryology Histology Pharmacology Physiology Faculty of Engineering -This includes Civil Electrical and Mechanical Engineering and postgraduate work in Chemical Engineering King's College Theological Department Complete courses are given in day classes only in preparation for all theological degrees in the University of London with the exception of the degree In the Theological Department complete courses are also given for the Diploma of Associate of King's College London which is officially recognized as exempting from the General Ordination Examination Students preparing for ordination in the Church of England are required to take these courses The Council also provides classes in theology which are open to all students of King's College As the College and University Sessions begin together and the courses are planned on sessional basis it is important that all Regular Students should enter the College in the autumn BURSARIES GRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS The Registrar deals with reports on the work and attendance of grant or scholarship holders and application should be made to him in any case of difficulty in connection with such matters There is no facility for this course except by special arrangement
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