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13. (a) A candidate for the Degree with Honours must pursue the studies and pass the examinations prescribed in the Details of Subjects either in an Honour School or in a Combined Honour Course approved

by the Faculty as equivalent to an Honour School.

(b) There shall be the following Honour Schools;

A. Classical Studies B. History

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C. Philosophy L). Mathematics

E. English Language and Literature F. French Language and Literature G. Germanic. Languages

H. Economics I. Political Science J. Semitic Studies K. Psychology.

L. Mathematical Statistics

M. Russian Language and Literature N. Fine Arts

O. History and Philosophy of Science P. Geography

14. The subjects of the course must be passed in accordance with Section 5 hereof so far as it is applicable and in accordance with such further conditions as to the order of subjects and the time at which they may be taken as shall be prescribed by the Faculty in the Details of Subjects.

15. (a) A candidate in his First Year must pursue a course of studies of at least three subjects either as prescribed for that Year in the details of subjects for some Honour School or Combined Honour Course or approved by the Faculty as preparatory to a choice among two or more such Schools or Courses and must reach such standard as may be prescribed in the details of subjects. Except with the special permission of the Faculty no candidate shall take more than four subjects in his First Year.

(b) The Faculty may either in the details of subjects or by individual determination in special cases prescribe the conditions under which a candidate will be admitted to the work of the Second Year of ari Honour School or Combined Honour Course.

(c) A candidate must at the beginning of his Second Year be approved by the Faculty as a candidate in a specified Honour School or Combined Honour Course must pursue to the satisfaction of the Faculty the course of study prescribed for the Second, Third and Fourth Years of that School or Coursef must at such Annual Exanmina- tions and in such subjects as may be prescribed be placed in the Class List and must be placed in the Class List at the Final Examination.

16. The Faculty may direct in the case of any subject or part of a subject that the Final Examination shall be held at the same time as the Annual Examination.

17. In addition to the Class Lists for the Final Examination in each Honour School there shall be a separate Class List for the Final

tThe Faculty will allow changes to be made at the end of the Second Year only in special cases in which all the work required for the School or Combined Course to which the change is made has been covered in the preceding sections of the Course.

Examination in each combined Honour Course approved by the Faculty.

18. No candidate may be placed in the Class List at the Final Examination more than twice in the same School or Combined Honour Course.

19. A candidate who has failed to obtain a place in the Class List at any Examination

(a) may if of sufficient merit be given credit for particular sub- jects in the course for the Ordinary Degree and in the case of the Final Examination may be allowed the Ordinary Degree either immediately or on the completion of such further work as the Faculty may determine.

(b) may present himself and be classed at a subsequent examina- tion.

20. Where a candidate desires to abandon the course for the Degree with Honours and to proceed with the course for the Ordinary Degree the Faculty may prescribe what further work must be completed by the candidate to qualify him for admission to the Ordinary Degree.

21. A candidate for the Ordinary Degree may - after completing his First Year apply to be approved under Section 13 (a) hereof as a candidate for the Degree with Honours and the Faculty shall prescribe what additional work shall be required of such candidate in order to complete his First Year as prescribed under Section 13 (a) and (b) hereof.

22. A person who has obtained the Ordinary Degree may with approval of the Faculty be admitted as a candidate for the Degree with Honours. The Faculty shall (notwithstanding Section 13 hereof) pre- scribe what further work must be completed by the candidate before he shall be admitted to the Final Examination.

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23. A candidate who has been placed in the Class List at the Final Examination in any School or Combined Honour Course may subse- quently with the approval of the Faculty which shall prescribe what further work (if any) must first be completed by him present himself and be classed at the Final Examination in any other School or Conm- bined Honour Course.

24. The following awards may be made annually on the work of the year

Greek Part I.

Exhibition of f15 to be styled the H. В. Higgins

Exhibition

Latin Part I.-Exhibition of #15 to be styled the John Grice Exhi- bition

English Language and Literature Part I.

Exhibition of f 15 to be

styled the John Sanderson Exhibition

French Part I.—Exhibition of #15 to be styled the Baillieu Exhi-

bition

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German Part I.

Exhibition of 15

Dutch Part I.—Exhibition of L15

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Russian Part I.—Exhibition of 115

British History.-Exhibition of 115, to be styled the Marion Boothby Exhibition

Ancient History Part I.—Exhibition of 115 Modern Government Part I.—Exhibition of 115

Philosophy Part I.—Exhibition of 115 to be styled the Hastic Exhibition

Pure Mathematics Part I.—Exhibition of 115 to be styled the John MacFarland Exhibition

Applied Mathematics Part I.—The Dixson Scholarship of 115 Psychology Part I.-Exhibition of 115

open to competition among candidates taking such subjects in the first year of their course ;

Modern Government Part I.—Exhibition of 115 Economic History Part I.—Exhibition of 115

open to competition among candidates taking the subject in the first or second year of their course;

Greek Part II.—Exhibition of 115 to be styled the Douglas Howard Exhibition

Latin Part IL—Exhibition of 115 to be styled the Douglas Howard Exhibition

English Language Part II and English Literature Part II.—Exhi- bition of 15 to be styled the Edward Stevens Exhibition * French Language and Literature Part 1—Mary Taylor Scholar-

ship of f 15

Dutch Part II—Exhibition of 115 Russian Part II—Exhibition of 115

Pure Mathematics Part II.-The Dixson Scholarship of 120 Applied Mathematics Part II.—The Dixson Scholarship of 120

Psychology Part IIA—Exhibition of 115

open to competition among candidates taking such subjects in the second year of their course

French Part III.—Exhibition of 115 to be styled the Mrs. William Smith Exhibition

French Language and Literature Part II or Part III—Mary Taylor Scholarship of 115

German Part III. —Exhibition of 115, open to competition among candidates taking such subjects in the third year of their course.

Comparative Philology.—Exhibition of 115

open to competition among candidates taking the subject in the third or fourth year of their course.

A Hastie Exhibition in Philosophy of 130 shall be open to competi- tion among candidates in the second year of their course in the Honours School of Philosophy.

The R. G. Wilson Scholarship in History of 130 shall be open to competition among candidates in the third year of their course, either

•Also the Alexander Sutherland Prize of f4 (Books).

in the School of History or in a combined course, in which History forms a part.

The Dixson Scholarships in Pure Mathematics Part III and Applied Mathematics Part III of f35 each shall be open to competition among candidates in the third year of their course either for Bachelor of Arts (Degree with Honours), in the School of Mathematics or in a combined course in which Mathematics forms a part, or for Bachelor of Science or for Bachelor of Engineering.

Except with the approval of the Faculty these Scholarships shall not be awarded except to a candidate who is placed in the First Class.

Where no candidate in the second year of the Honour School in Philosophy is placed in the First Class the emoluments of the Exhibition may with the approval of the Faculty be awarded in whole or in part to a candidate who is placed in the First Class in a Combined Honour Course, of which. Philosophy subjects form part.

Except as otherwise provided in the Details of Subjects for any.

Honour School no Exhibition may be awarded to any candidate who is not at that examination placed in the Class List in two subjects of a course for the Degree with Honours. No Exhibition may be awarded to any candidate in any subject which he is not at that examination passing for the first time. Except with the approval of the Faculty no Exhibition in any subject shall be awarded except to a candidate who is placed in the First Class in that subject.

Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the preceding para- graph candidates taking Physics Part I Chemistry Part I Chemistry Part I (Biological Course) Geology Part I or Biology who pass or obtain honours at that examination in not less than three approved subjects may compete for any Prize or Exhibition open for competition in such subjects in the course for the degree of Bachelor of Science as set out in Chapter III, Regulation XVI, Section 10, Group I.

25. At the Final Examination there shall be the following Scholar ships:

In School A the R. G. Wilson Scholarship of Sixty Pounds.

In School B the Dwight's Final Examination Prize of Sixty Pounds.

In School C the Hastie Scholarship of Sixty Pounds.t

In School E the Dwight's Final Examination Prize of Sixty Pounds.

In School F the Dwight's Final Examination Prize of Fifty Pounds.

In School G the R. G. Wilson Scholarship of Fifty Pounds.*

The Scholarship or Scholarships in each School shall be open to competition amongst those candidates who are presenting themselves in

that. School for the first time:

26. ' The payment of one-third of the value of each of the above Scholarships shall be withheld until the holder of the Scholarship has either

(a)_ carried out an investigation in some approved branch of study to the satisfaction of the Faculty** or

*Candidates in School D may compete for the Wyselaskie Scholarship in Mathematics.

By Decision of the Faculty of Arts the work prescribed in section 26 (a) must normally be completed within one year.

tThe Laurie Prize of łl3 may be awarded to the candidate who, having been placed in the.

First Class, ranks next to the winner of the Hastie Scholarship.

(ь) (c)

completed during the ensuing year a course of study for a further Degree approved by the Faculty or

been classed within two years, unless the Faculty otherwise provide, at the Final Examination in another School or Combined Honour Course.

27. Except with the approval of the Faculty no Scholarship in any Honour School at the Final Examination shall be awarded except to a candidate who is placed in the First Class in the Final Examination.

Where for any Scholarship in an Honour School there is no candidate who is placed in the First Class at the Final Examination the eniolu- rents of the Scholarship may with the approval of, the Faculty (subject to the provisions of Section 24 hereof and to the terms of any endow- ment from which the Scholarship is provided) be awarded in whole or in part to a candidate who is placed in the First Class in the Final Examination in any Combined Honour Course of which subjects of such

Honour School form a part and where there is more than one Combined

Honour Course in which subjects of the same Honour School form a

part and in which candidates have been placed in the First Class such

emoluments may be divided between such Combined Honour Courses

provided that no candidate taking a Combined Honour Course may at

the one examination be awarded emoluments of greater value than Sixty

Pounds.