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174 Studentships Scholarships Exhibitions Bursaries and Prizes Postgraduate Awards TUTORIAL STUDENTSHIPS for Regulations see page 139 LEVERHULME STUDENTSHIP IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Founded in 1936 by the Trustees under the will of the first Viscount Lever- hulme in order to enable students who have already received general training in the principles of chemical engineering to conduct original research or to pursue an advanced course of study in that subject at King's College Studentship of the value of £650 year is offered payable in equal instalments at the end of each term Students of the College are eligible who have successfully pursued three terms course of study as prescribed for candidates for the Diploma in Chemical Engineering Candidates from other colleges universities or approved institu- tions will be required to present evidence of equivalent qualifications including those prescribed as the condition of entry to the course for the Diploma in Chemical Engineering at Ring's College Appointment will be made by the Delegacy upon the recommendation of the Chemical Engineering Committee but no appointment will be made without the concurrence of the Trustees Studentships will be awarded in the first instance for one year but may be renewed by the Delegacy for second year subject to the concurrence of the Trustees The Student will be required to pursue prescribed course of study or research and must not without the consent of the Delegacy undertake any other work The Student will be required at the end of each term to present an account of his work of which copy together with report upon the work and progress of the student shall be forwarded for the information of the Trustees Medals and Prizes י mAn fa fhiam ψά wt TENNANT MEDALS AND PRIZES for Regulations see Faculty of Natural Science page 165 SIEMENS PRIZES These Prizes were founded in 1883 by Sir Charles William Siemens
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