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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1982-1983-71

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General Information Introductory postgraduate course in Biophysics for persons other than registered postgraduate students of the College fee of £76 is charged Grad- uate students undertaking research not leading to degree or undertaking studies leading to higher degree of university other than London will be classified as research students and required to pay fees in accordance with the scales set out above For persons engaged in research for commercial purposes the fee will be fixed in each case on its merits Academic visitors or postdoctoral research workers not registered for degree or diploma are charged fee of £1 000 per session or pro rata for shorter periods subject to partial or whole remission on the recommendation of head of department NON-U STUDENTS other than The sessional fees for non-U full-time students are Overseas students other than returning to complete courses begun in 1979 or earlier Sessional Fees Undergraduate £1485 Postgraduate £1929 Overseas students other than admitted in or after October 1980 or re- admitted for new course Arts-based courses Undergraduate and Postgraduate £2700 Science-based courses Undergraduate and Postgraduate £3600 Includes single honours Geography or Mathematics and postgraduate courses in either subject courses combining either of these disciplines with science-based subject will be charged at the higher rate Overseas students should ensure that sufficient funds to cover fees and maintenance are available to them throughout the whole of their period of study and certificate to this effect will be required by the College as condition of admission Bursaries Grants and Scholarships The Registrar deals with reports on the work and attendance of grant or scholarship holders and he should be consulted in any case of difficulty in connection with such matters Attendance at Lectures and Examinations In order to qualify for admission to University examinations and for payment of awards and grants students must attend lectures classes
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