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Abdn Aberdeen Advanced Africa Agriculture Alex Alexander Anderson Andrew annual appointed approval Arthur Arts Assistant attendance awarded B.Sc Bursaries candidate Charles Chemistry Church Class Classical College Committee Council course David Department Distinction Divinity Donald Duncan Edin Edinburgh Education Edward Elizabeth English Examination Faculty Forbes Founded four Fraser George Glasgow Gordon Graduation Grant Greek Henry High History Honours House instruction Inverness Isabella James John Keith Language late Latin lectures Library LL.D London Manse Margaret Mary Math Mathematics Medical Medicine meetings Ment Murray names Natural Office Ordinary Park pass period Peter Philosophy Place Practical Principal Prize Prof Professor Public Regulations Road Robert Robertson Scholarship School Schoolhouse Science Second Secretary Senatus Service Session Smith Street student subjects Summer teacher Terrace Thesis Thomas Thomson Univ University Court William Winter
Página 463 - I will exercise my profession, to the best of my knowledge and ability, for the good of all persons whose health may be placed in my care, and for the public weal; that I will hold in due regard the honourable traditions and obligations of the medical profession, and will do nothing inconsistent therewith ; and that I will be loyal to the University and endeavour to promote its welfare and maintain its reputation.
Página 418 - No candidate for the degree shall be deemed to have attended a class as part of the course of study necessary 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. (3) The candidate may prosecute his studies during the prescribed three years in one Scottish University, or in different Scottish Universities, or in a Scottish University and a University or School of Law specially recognised...
Página 358 - A Degree in Arts, or in Science (not being a degree honoris causA 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.
Página 174 - Essay, (6) to answer from four to five questions upon subjects derived from a prescribed group of texts ; the themes of the Essay will also be based upon the prescribed texts. One or two of the questions given for choice may be of a grammatical or linguistic character ; but the main object of the questions will be to test the candidate's knowledge of the texts themselves and liis power of writing English correctly and well.
Página 205 - Science shnll 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.
Página 182 - The Curriculum for the ordinary Degree shall consist of five subjects, of which two subjects shall each be studied for two Academical years ; and the Degree Examinations in these two subjects shall be on a higher standard than the Degree Examinations in the other three subjects ; provided that it shall be in the power of the Senatus with the approval of the University Court, to reckon courses in two cognate subjects (and, wherever so determined by the Senatus and University Court, studied in separate...
Página 446 - Medical session shall be divided into three terms, each including about ten teaching weeks. Two such terms shall, for the purpose of reckoning the duration of Medical study, be deemed the equivalent of one winter session, and one such term shall be deemed the equivalent of one summer session. The days on which courses of instruction shall open and close in each term shall be determined by the Senatus with the approval of the University Court.
Página 315 - Scholarship. The Scholarships, of £80 each per annum, are tenable for two years, subject to fulfilment of the following Rule of the Trustees: — " Persons gaining the Scholarships will be expected, " during the tenure thereof, to prosecute studies in " furtherance of the higher learning ; and those who " have not graduated shall be required to do so before
Página 492 - IV.), been diligently engaged in acquiring a practical knowledge of the duties, routine and special, of Public Health Administration, under the supervision of — (a) In England and Wales, the Medical Officer of Health of a county or of a single sanitary district having a population...
Página 452 - Arts, will be required to pass an examination in English, designed to test their ability to understand and use the language sufficiently for the purpose of study at a Scottish University. The written examination in English will consist of one paper of three hours.