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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1973-1974-197

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206 Studentships Scholarships Exhibitions Bursaries and Prizes Postgraduate Awards POSTGRADUATE ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP Postgraduate Entrance Scholarship is offered each session in the Faculty of Laws for study in pursuit of one of the postgraduate degrees in the Faculty or for special research In any session in which the Faculty decides not to nominate candidate for an Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship second Postgraduate award may be offered in accordance with these Regulations The value of each Scholarship is £80 year payable in three instalments plus the amount of tuition fees up to maximum of £60 per year It does not include registration or examination fees The Scholarship is awarded by Committee of the Faculty of Laws on the basis of the candidate's record as disclosed in his application for admission to the Faculty The Scholarship is renewable for second year student who has been offered place even provisionally for postgraduate study in the Faculty may apply to be considered as candidate for Post- graduate Scholarship The closing date for applications is October in the year in which the postgraduate study begins The payment of terminal instalments of the Scholarship is dependent upon satisfactory report on the work of the holder The award may be held concurrently with any other awards made to the holders Medals and Prizes In the Faculty of Laws HAROLD POTTER PRIZE The Prize was instituted in 1951 under the terms of the will of Professor Harold Potter Head of the Department of Laws from 1930 and Dean of the Faculty from 1938 The Prize consists of books to value of about £6 The Prize will be awarded annually to the student who in the opinion of the Principal and the Dean of the Faculty of Laws shall have attained most distinction in the course and examination for English Land Law whether taken at Part or Part II of the LL examination HICKLING PRIZE IN INDUSTRIAL LAW The Prize was instituted in 1966 from funds donated by Dr Hickling student and member of the staff who was associated with the Faculty of Laws from 1952 to 1966 The Prize consists of books to value of £9-45
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