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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1961-1962-60

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59 SCHOLARSHIPS EXHIBITIONS AND PRIZES GENERAL RULES Where the rules governing the award of any Studentship Scholar- ship or Exhibition require attendance at the College that attendance must usually be continuous otherwise the Studentship Scholarship or Exhibition is likely to be forfeited unless the holder has obtained leave of absence Studentship Scholarship Exhibition Prize or Medal will not be awarded if the Examiners report that there is no candidate sufficiently well qualified The winner of any Studentship Scholarship Exhibition Prize or Medal is not eligible to compete again for the same Studentship Scholarship Exhibition Prize or Medal unless it is otherwise stated in the conditions of award The payment of the emoluments of Studentships Scholarships and Exhibitions will be made in equal terminal instalments at the beginning of each term certificate of good conduct of satisfactory progress and of satisfactory attendance where required must be signed by the Dean of the Faculty at the end of each term fee of half guinea is charged if certificate is required by Scholar or Prizewinner as to the Scholarship or Prize he has gained In the regulations for Prizes the term regular student1' implies "regular undergraduate student" unless the context clearly indicates the contrary GENERAL NOTES Subject to certain conditions the Ministry of Education at present awards State Scholarship to the winner of any of the following under- graduate scholarships which are of value of Ā£40 year or more The effect is to bring the final value of the scholarship up to that of State Scholarship The procedure at present followed is that the College sends to the Ministry each summer the names and addresses of the winners of the appropriate scholarships and the Ministry communicates with them in due course No initial application to the Ministry by the winner of scholarship is necessary Candidates for entrance scholarships are strongly urged to apply to the College at the same time as they enter for the examination for admission as fee paying students and to satisfy themselves that they fulfil the ordinary conditions of admission to the Faculty they wish to enter scholarship will not be awarded to any candidate who does not satisfy the appropriate Faculty conditions of admission The Ministry of Education will not supplement College awards after 1962 Considerable changes in the conditions of award of these Scholar- ships are likely to be incorporated in the 1962-63 Calendar
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