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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1963-1964-219

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220 FACULTY OF THEOLOGY COURSES OF STUDY King's College Theological Department is school of Divinity in the University of London and provides instruction in all branches of Theology to students who are intending to offer themselves as candi- dates for Holy Orders in the Church of England and to others The following courses may be taken The courses for the degree Pass and Honours of the Uni- versity of London The course for the Diploma of Associate of King's College this includes many of the subjects for the together with the study of the history doctrine liturgy and pastoral work of the Church of England combined course for the degree and the Diploma for ordination candidates only student for the only provided he has taken the subjects peculiar to the Associateship and has given satisfaction to the Professors may at the end of his course be recommended for the Associateship HIGHER DEGREES Courses of study and research are arranged for candidates reading for the degrees of Th and Ph in Theology Intending students should in the first instance write to the Academic Registrar University of London Senate House for the regulations for internal students mentioning the degree for which they wish to work Candi- dates should then write to the Dean of King's College THE ASSOCIATESHIP OF KING'S COLLEGE The Diploma exempts the holder from the General Ordination Examination provided in general that he has resided for at least three terms in the Hostel at Vincent Square and for the fourth year at War- minster Associates have the privilege of free admission to all lectures forming the ordinary course for Regular Students in this Faculty with the exception of those specially forming part of the course for the degree they may also use the Library under the regulations which apply to students and they are entitled to wear the special hood authorised by the Archbishop of Canterbury Students whose course of study has been approved by the Theological Professorial Board as satisfying the regulations for the Associateship who have passed the necessary examinations during their course and whose conduct and character have in the opinion of the Board been satisfactory receive at the end of their course Testamur in Divinity
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