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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1964-1965-144

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152 Studentships Scholarships Exhibitions Bursaries and Prizes Postgraduate Awards CROMPTON SCHOLARSHIP Founded in 1934 under the will of Ada Richardson Crompton in memory of her father James Roger Crompton and of her brother Percy Richardson Crompton The object of these Scholarships is to enable women students of French Language and Literature to attend course of study at university in France or Belgium One or two Scholarships will be offered annually to women students who are or have been full-time students of University of London King's College and have completed the course for the Honours degree in French of the University of London or have been registered as research students in the Department of French of University of London King's College for not less than one academic year Each Scholarship is of the value of £300 and is normally tenable for one year but may be renewed for further period of one year at the discretion of the Delegacy The Scholarships will be awarded upon the result of special examination in French Language and Literature to be held at the end of the Easter term in each year The Scholars are required to reside and regularly attend lectures in an approved university town in France or Belgium The emoluments of the Scholarships will be paid in instalments at such times as may be decided in each case each instalment with the exception of the first which will be paid in advance being payable only on receipt by the College of evidence that the holders of the Scholarships are satisfactorily pursuing their studies Candidates for the Scholarships must send in their names to the Head of the Department of French not later than April 30th INGLIS STUDENTSHIP Founded in 1857 by George Monckton of Somerford Hall Penkridge and others in memory of the Right Honourable Sir Robert Harry Inglis Baronet The regulations were revised in 1911 and again in 1923 Two Studentships are offered annually one in English one in History and are open to full-time students of the University of London King's College who shall have completed at least six College terms The value of the Studentship will be £85 together with free tuition for one session but the emolument will be increased up to maximum of £100 when- ever the finances of the fund permit
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