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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1964-1965-121

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Faculties and Courses of Study 127 CONDITIONS OF ENTRY Before admission to the course an applicant must satisfy not only the University's general requirements but also the additional requirements for entry to the course of study for the Sc Eng degree To comply with these additional requirements passes in the following subjects in the General Certificate of Education are necessary Mathematics Pure and Applied 11 Γ at Advanced level Physics Chemistry at Ordinary or Advanced level or alternatively Pure Mathematics Applied Mathematics J-at Advanced level Physics Chemistry at Ordinary or Advanced level The above represent the normal entrance requirements but for con- ditions of acceptance governing students seeking admission in excep- tional circumstances or under the regulations for Advanced students reference should be made to the fuller information available in the Faculty prospectus Postgraduate Courses Research facilities are available in all departments of the Faculty Certain courses of postgraduate study are also provided These range from short advanced courses on special topics to studies extending throughout an academic or calendar year such as those in Powder Technology or in Electronics For information concerning admission to courses of postgraduate study or research and the conditions under which such studies may qualify for candidature for the degrees of Sc Eng or Ph the appropriate Head of Department should be consulted COURSES IN ELECTRONICS This course is available for Honours graduates in Electrical Engineering and provides an introduction to modern Physics advanced Mathematics and Electronics Three lecture courses are provided and there is also special project The course leads to the degree of Sc in the Univer- sity of London
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