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9.-Students who are absent from the annual examination will not be specially examined, unless their term averages obtained during the year are such as, according to the foregoing scheme, entitle them to such special examination. This special examination is held at the beginning of the next academic year.
10.–Students who are degraded according to article 7 or 8, are required to attend the same class from the first term of the next year and pursue all the subjects studied by that class. They may sometimes be exempted from attending lectures on those subjects which are studied only during one year or a portion of one year, and on which they have passed their examination ; but they must be present at all the examinations held during
11.—Any student who is degraded in two successive years shall be dismissed.
12.–At the end of each academic year each student, whose term average and final examination marks are such as entitle him to promotion according to the scheme laid down in article 8 shall receive a certificate. Certificates are of two kinds; one to certify that the student has finished all the studies of one year, and the other to certify that the student has completed his whole course, the former being given to the first, second, and third year students, and the latter to the fourth year students.
1.—The degree of HÒ-Gakushi in the Department of Law; that of Ri-Gakushi in the Department of Science ; and that of Bun-Gakushi in the Department of Literature, are granted to students who have completed one course in the respective Departments.
2.--Degrees are granted at the end of each academic year.
1.-Any graduate of the Departments of Law, Science, and Literature, who may desire to pursue further his studies in the Department in which he has graduated, may be permitted to do so, according to the convenience of the University.
2.—All expenses shall be borne by the student himself.
8-Books, apparatus, chemicals, etc. are provided for him in the same manner as for undergraduate students.
4.-The length of such study shall not be less than one year and shall not exceed two years under any circumstances.
5.-Such students may live in the University buildings as circumstances may allow.
6.—Tuition fees and bonds from guardians are not required from such students.
7.-On completing these studies the student is required to present a thesis written on the subject which he has pursued, to the professor or instructor of that subject.
1.- Applicants, who wish to study one or more of the subjects prescribed for any course in the Department of Law, Science or Literature, are permitted to do so, as the number of regular students may allow; the English, French, and German languages can not be chosen, unless a knowledge of them is necessary for the study of any special subject chosen by the student.
2.-If any regular student above the first year in any of the Departments of Law, Science, and Literature, having sufficient time and ability to take elective studies, besides satisfactorily pursuing his own course, applies for permission to study not more than two subjects prescribed in any courses as elective, he may be allowed to do so according to the special recommendation of both instructors, those connected with his course as well as those of the elective studies. Those subjects in his course which are pursued by a class higher than his own can not be chosen as elective studies.
3.-Regular students and graduates may choose the English, French, or German language as an elective study.
4.--Applicants for permission to pursue elective studies must be at least eighteen years of age. Regular students who take the elective studies are not subject to this rule.
5.-If former students of the Departments of Law, Science, and Literature, who have left the University, apply for readmission in order to pursue the elective studies, they may be admitted according to tlie circumstances of the case.
6.--Such applicants, before admission to any classes, must satisfy the respective professors or instructors, of their fitness to pursue the studies selected.
7.--Students, who have entered on the study of any subject, are not permitted to abandon the same in favor
of another subject, until the close of the academic year or the termination of the work of the regular class in that subject.
8.–Students of elective studies are subject to the same examinations and penalties as regular students of the same subjects, and may receive upon application a certificate from the University in case their term and final examination marks are such as to entitle them to promotion according to the scheme of art. 8 of the regulations for Examinations.
9.—The time for admission, the amount of tuition-fee, and rules concerning guardians are the same as those for regular students.
10.–Students of elective studies shall, in general, provide their own text-books, but they may borrow them from the library if there be a sufficient number of extra copies.
11.-Bonds from guardians or tuition fees are not required in the case of graduates of this University.
12.-All the other regulations of the University to which regular students are subjected, apply in the case of students of elective studies.
XI.-LECTURE-ROOMS & LABORATORIES,
The lecture-rooms and laboratories assigned to professors are put under the care of their respective assistants, or under the care of the secretary of the University.