Sessional Papers, Volum 25

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Side 40 - Engineering shall not be deemed to have attended a class as part of the curriculum for that degree who does not present a certificate bearing not only that he has given regular attendance, but also that he has duly performed the work of the class.
Side 103 - Science examination in a group of subjects cognate to their line of work as Research Students. (2) That they have spent not less than two winter sessions or an equivalent period as Research Students in the University granting the degree, and that they produce evidence of satisfactory progress in the special study or research undertaken by them during that period.
Side 13 - A candidate for the degree of Master of Arts shall not be deemed to have attended a class as part of the Curriculum for that degree who does not present a certificate...
Side 43 - University, for its consideration, a syllabus of the subjects and books proposed for the work of their classes during the next academical year. The Faculty of Science shall transmit such syllabus, with such observations as it may think fit to make thereon, to the Senatus for its approval...
Side 30 - A Degree in Arts, or in Science (not being a Degree honoris causd tantum), in any of the Universities of the United Kingdom, or in any Colonial or Foreign University specially recognised for the purpose by the University Court, shall exempt from the Preliminary Examination ; and the Joint Board of Examiners appointed under the provisions of Ordinance No.
Side 40 - VIII. hereof. (2) Candidates may present themselves in any one or more of these subjects at any examination held after they have passed the whole of the subjects comprised in the First Science Examination, and have attended the required courses in the subjects professed.
Side 43 - Mathematics shall be passed on the higher standard ; (3) a degree in Arts (not being a degree honoris musa tantum) in any of the Universities of the United Kingdom, or in any Colonial or Foreign University, specially recognised for the purpose by the University Court after consultation with the Senatus Academicus, shall exempt from the Preliminary Examination...
Side 157 - Agriculture. (2) The remainder of the said courses may be taken in other Universities or institutions approved by the University Court, or under teachers recognised by the University Court for purposes of graduation in Science in...
Side 76 - Before commencing his medical studies, each student shall pass a Preliminary Examination in (1) English, (2) Latin, (3) Elementary Mathematics, and (4) Greek or French or German : Provided always that, in the case of a candidate whose native language is not English, an examination in the native language of the candidate may be substituted for one in either French or German, and an examination in any other classical language for one in Latin or Greek.
Side 104 - University granting the degree, and produce evidence of satisfactory progress in the special study undertaken by them during that pe'riod. (3) That a period of not less than five years shall have elapsed from the date of the graduation required in sub-section (1) of this section.

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