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General Information 101 University of London Careers Advisory Board 49 Gordon Square WC1 Telephone 01-387 8221 Director of the Careers Advisory Service Ε Η Dibden sc The University of London Careers Advisory Board is the official agency set up by the Senate for the purpose of providing careers advisory and appointments service for the benefit of men and women students and graduates of the Uni- versity King's College is represented on this body by Mr McCormack the Registrar The specialist officers of the Board are in constant touch with wide range of employers in both technical and non-technical fields They can therefore give advice and active help to those interested for example in careers in the administrative scientific and other grades of the Civil Service commerce industry teaching and other professions Local Government the Police Service Services research organisations and the social services The officers are available at the Appointments Board to see students by appointment both during term and in vacations For the special benefit of students of King's College scheme has been intro- duced whereby officers of the Board may be consulted at the College on several days of the week Full details of the arrangements may be obtained from the Registrar's office at the College The University Library see page 168 University Union On August 1st 1952 the University of London Union established in 1921 and the University of London Athletic Union established 1906 became one body under the title University of London Union The amalgamation was brought about to simplify the organisation of the student body The Union provides for social cultural and athletic activities of Univer- sity of London students at university level supplementing the facilities pro- vided in the college union societies It fields representative teams in various branches of sport and awards the University of London 'Purple' the Union encourages keen and friendly rivalry between the colleges of the University by arranging an intercollegiate debating competition one-act play festival and the various cup competitions leagues and tournaments in all branches of sport The University Union building in Malet Street is open to members of the Union It contains offices refectory open for luncheon tea and supper an assembly hall and stage swimming pool gymnasium badminton and squash courts lounges and bar library and rooms for television music billiards and table tennis
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