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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1961-1962-64

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SCHOLARSHIPS 63 III-IN THE FACULTY OF ARTS SAMBROOKE SCHOLARSHIP IN ARTS Scholarship of Ā£40 year for three years will be offered annually to candidates entering the Faculty of Arts The Scholarship is open to men and women The subjects of the examination are the General English paper and either Latin and Greek or ii two of the following subjects -English Language and Literature History Geography French German Spanish Latin Pure Mathematics Applied Mathematics The successful candidate will be required to enter the Faculty of Arts at King's College as an Internal Student of the University of London in October next following the examination with the under- standing that he will proceed to an Honours degree in Arts in the University of London The Scholarship will be payable in nine equal terminal instal- ments at the beginning of each term following the election provided the Scholar continues in attendance as regular student in the day classes and produces to the Secretary at the end of each term certificate of good conduct and of satisfactory progress signed by the Dean of the Faculty The examination is conducted by the London Inter-Collegiate Scholarships Board and will be held in February Entry forms should be obtained from the Secretary of the Board Mr John Rathborn University of London Senate House and returned to him before November 30th HENRY NEVILLE GLADSTONE SCHOLARSHIP The Scholarship was established in 1929 in connection with the Centenary Scholarships and Bursaries Fund and bears the name of Henry Neville Gladstone afterwards Baron Gladstone of Hawarden in honour of the chief donor to the Fund The conditions of award are the same as those for the Sambrooke Scholarship in Arts KING'S COLLEGE ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP IN CLASSICS This Scholarship was founded by the Delegacy in 1949 The regulations are the same as those for the Sambrooke Scholarship in Arts except that the alternatives ii in are not available and the successful candidate must proceed to an Honours degree in Classics or Greek or Latin
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