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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1968-1969-123

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130 Faculties and Courses of Study DENTAL STUDIES Lecturer in Special Dental Anatomy and Histology ╬ť Hobdell london together with members of the above staffs of the Departments of Anatomy and Physiology Courses are provided for students reading for the Second Examination for Medical Degrees and the Second Examination in Dental Surgery of the University of London Students who have passed the Second Examination for Medical Degrees may apply to follow four-term course for the Sc degree in Anatomy Biochemistry Pharmacology or Physiology Facilities for postgraduate research and study are also provided On completing their training in the basic medical sciences at King's College students proceed to one of the following hospitals King's College Hospital Medical School Denmark Hill London SE5 St George's Hospital Medical School Hyde Park Corner London SW1 Westminster Medical School Horseferry Road London SW1 One of the advantages of the courses at King's College is the associa- tion with students of seven other Faculties during the period spent in the College Undergraduate Courses ADMISSION OF STUDENTS Details of the procedure to be followed by students seeking admission to undergraduate courses are given on page 75 The selection of candidates for admission to the Faculty of Medical Science of King's College is conducted in conjunction with the medical schools of its three associated hospitals King's College Hospital St George's Hospital or Westminster Hospital
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