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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1982-1983-67

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General Information 75 new Faculty Card will be issued at the beginning of each session and should be retained by student throughout the period of the relevant session as he or she may be asked to produce it at any time by member of staff as official evidence of registration University registration Before admission an applicant must satisfy the University 'general requirements' and ii any additional University or College requirements for direct entry to specific degree courses called 'course requirements' These additional requirements are set out in the General Prospectus of Undergraduate Courses available from the Registrar Applicants should consult the Regulations Relating to Univer- sity Entrance Requirements Copies should be available in schools but if they are not copy can be obtained from the Secretary to the University Entrance Requirements Department University of London Senate House WC1E 7HU When an applicant has been offered place and has satisfied all the necessary conditions he will be required to complete Form ╬ť and return it to the Registrar of the College If his qualifications are satisfactory he will receive from the University Entrance Requirements Department statement that he is eligible to register and that he will be eligible to matriculate on registration as an internal student For undergraduates the registration fee will be paid by the College out of the composition fee University registration will be completed when the student registers with the Registrar's Office at the beginning of his first session in College Fees and Subscriptions All fees and subscriptions quoted below are those at the time of going to press the Council reserves the right to raise them without notice Fees may be further increased in October 1983 Fees and subscriptions given below are for 1982-83 only and are payable by 21 October each year or in the case of postgraduates enrolling during the session within 14 days of the date of the account unless special arrangements have been agreed in writing with the Accountant Any student who fails to settle accounts within the prescribed period may be given notice in writing that failure to complete payment within 21 days will render him liable to be sus- pended from attendance at the College and to have his College and University registration cancelled student who enters the College direct from King's College School who produces certificate stating that he has attended for at
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