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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1963-1964-142

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courses of study 141 Overseas applicants should in 1963-64 continue to apply to the universities and colleges of their choice either direct or through the offices of the High Commissioner Embassy or Consulate according to current arrangements Conditions of Entry In order to be qualified for admission to any college of this University an applicant must satisfy the University's general requirements The procedure to be followed is the same for all Faculties and is out- lined above under General Information on page 42 For direct entry to courses for the Sc General or Sc Special degrees the satisfaction of general requirements must be achieved by passing in appropriate subjects which are listed in the University's pamphlet Regulations relating to University Entrance Requirements obtainable from the Secretary to the University Entrance Require- ments Department Senate House London The special requirements at King's College for admission to particular degree courses are set out below They include the course entry requirements of the University Normal requirements for entry to science deoree courses at King's College All Sc degree courses previous knowledge of Mathematics up to Ordinary Level in the General Certificate of Education will be required in all courses Appli- cants for admission will also be required to provide evidence of an adequate knowledge of English and foreign language Sound know- ledge of at least one foreign language is particularly important in the case of students who wish to specialise in Chemistry where Language Translation Test is involved The competition for admission to all courses in Science is very keen and applicants who have failed or have not attempted an examination in English and or foreign language are therefore strongly recommended to attempt to qualify before their proposed date of entry to the College otherwise they will be at con- siderable disadvantage The fact that these qualifications no longer form part of the University's general requirements is not intended to imply that the study of languages can be safely ignored In eases where alternative qualifications for entry given in the University Regulations are not quoted in this section it should be assumed that they will not generally apply at King's College
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