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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1970-1971-184

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Studentships Scholarships Exhibitions Bursaries and Prizes 193 RONALD BURROWS MEMORIAL PRIZE This Prize was founded in 1921 from funds contributed by the colleagues and friends of Ronald Montagu Burrows litt ph Principal of King's College from 1913 to 1920 The Prize is of the value of £30 and is awarded annually to graduate of British university or of the University of Athens Preference will be given to student who has graduated in Honours from King's College or King's College Theological Department The Prize is awarded in the case of students who have graduated from the College after consideration of the results of the University of London Honours examinations and in the case of other graduates after consideration of the results of their honours degree examination supplemented if necessary by reports of their teachers and by written or oral test The Prizeman will be required to pursue an approved course of advanced study to the satisfaction of the Principal in Ancient Medieval or Modem Greek Language Literature or History or in Greek Archaeology The date and manner of payment shall be at the discretion of the College authorities student may be awarded the Prize in two or more consecutive years If in any year the Prize is not awarded the interest thus accumulated shall be available at the discretion of the Principal either for an increase in the amount of Prize subsequently awarded or for the award of two prizes in subsequent year Applications which must state the qualifications of the candidate and the character and scope of the proposed course of advanced study should be sent to the Principal not later than June 30th EARLY ENGLISH TEXT SOCIETY PRIZE The Early English Text Society gives annually prize of one book to the value of £2 for the best work in Early English subjects in the Department of English HUBERT HALL PRIZE FOR PALAEOGRAPHY This Prize was founded in 1927 from funds contributed by the pupils and friends of Hubert Hall litt to celebrate his 70th birthday Dr Hubert Hall was Reader in Palaeography from 1920 to 1926 The Prize consists of books to the value of £5 The Prize is open to all students who have within three years of the date of the examination in each year attended for not less than three terms regular
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