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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1982-1983-65

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General Information 73 10 00 on Wednesdays for 2nd and 3rd year students in the Faculties of Natural Science Medical Science and Engineering and those students in the Faculty of Arts attending intercollegiate lectures who are unable to attend on Monday The time of lectures for students of the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies will vary from year to year The lectures are provided for all full-time registered students of the College without extra fee The regulations governing the award of the Associateship of King's College are printed on page 201 Students can also be admitted by special permission to attend without extra fee single course of lectures among those regularly given in the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies Admission of Students Students of the College are either Full-time Part-time or Occasional Full-time students are those admitted to the regular and full courses of study prescribed in their respective faculties whether or not they are registered for degree of the University Only postgraduate students working for higher degree can be admitted as part-time students Occasional students are those who wish to study particular subject or subjects rather than complete course They are required to conform to the same discipline as other students while in the precincts of the College At present occasional students are admitted to undergraduate courses only in very exceptional circumstances Applicants for admission to the College will not normally be accepted except in the case of some students from overseas without being interviewed by the Dean of the Faculty which they wish to enter or his representative Students entering the College are required to have reached the age of 17 years to sign declaration that they will observe College Rules to comply where applicable with College and University regulations regarding eligibility for registration as internal stu- dents attendance at recognised courses completion of entry forms and payment of fees for examinations and other matters All applications for admission to first degree and diploma courses in the faculties of Arts Natural Science Laws Engineering Music and Theology and Religious Studies must be made through the Univer-
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