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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1963-1964-413

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XVI ANNUAL REPORT and in the Faculty of Theology 303 304 of whom 129 124 were taking course for the degree and the remainder course for diploma or certificate In the six faculties there were thus 2020 2018 full-time undergraduate day students In addition there were 51 74 part-time undergraduate students in the Faculty of Laws there were also 348 309 students of whom 253 209 were full-time and 95 78 part-time taking course for higher degree or diploma and 28 22 undertaking independent research 102 106 were taking full-time course for the University Postgraduate Certificate in Education There were 28 12 occasional students In the Faculty of Theology there were 12 postgraduate students and 16 14 occasional students STUDIES The following results were obtained at the Final Examinations In the Faculty of Arts students compared with 18 last year were placed in the First Class as follows English French History and Spanish In the Faculty of Laws one student compared with last year was placed in the First Class In the Faculty of Natural Science 36 students compared with 31 last year were placed in the First Class as follows Mathematics Chemistry Physics 14 Geology Physiology and Sc General In the Faculty of Engineering students compared with last year were placed in the First Class The total number of students in all Faculties except Theology who were awarded First Class was 50 compared with 54 last year The high reputation which the College has established both in teaching and research has been fully maintained during the year As the fore- going results indicate students of the College acquitted themselves splendidly in the Final examinations and once again achieved truly remarkable number of First Class degrees particularly in the Physics Chemistry and French departments No less gratifying than these were the results of the General Sc examinations in which eight candidates from King's achieved First Class Honours To maintain high level of performance over such wide field of study is clear tribute not only to great ability in the students but also to great tenacity of purpose and all concerned students selectors and teachers deserve the warmest congratulations Because of the need for science teachers in schools and for more widely based education in science than that normally provided by the specialist degree King's College early decided to throw all its strength behind the new Honours Sc General degree the College has ample reason to be proud of its decision then and its success now It is to be hoped that this fine start will be followed by greater number of students reading for the General
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