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When drawing up the ranking list, the following factors are first taken into account:. a) The number of attempts each candidate needs to pass the Matriculation Examination. The effect on exam results of:. i) the age of an applicant when examined;. ii) any interruption of studies, or any other disability suffered as a result of war service or other circumstances.

Honours Courses

A student of above average ability who has completed the first two years of the course for either the Bachelor of Architecture or the Bachelor of Town and Regional Planning may apply for admission to a combined course leading to the award of both degrees. Candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Architecture with honors may apply for admission to a combined course leading to the award of the degrees of Bachelor of Architecture with honors and Bachelor of Arts.

Recognition of Work Done at Technical Colleges

A student with above-average ability who has completed the 3rd year of the bachelor's program in architectural education can apply for admission to a combined course leading to the award of the degree architectural education and diploma in urban and regional planning. Students who have successfully completed all subjects of the Associateship Diploma of Building Construction course at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology may be considered for exemption from part of the course for the degree of Bachelor of Building.

Table II-Technical Schools Recognized and Diplomas Approved  for Two Years Exemption
Table II-Technical Schools Recognized and Diplomas Approved for Two Years Exemption

Special Course Requirements

To be eligible to sign the matriculation roll, candidates must have—. a) meet the university admission requirements of the Victorian Universities and Schools Examination Board. Full information regarding the council's requirements and conditions for exemption can be obtained from the secretary of the council, St. 437. b) meet the special course requirements, if any, for their particular course.

Enrolment

Before enrolling, students must satisfy themselves that they are eligible to sign the admission list.

Fees

Financial Assistance

Grants from the general research fund are granted by the professors' board following the opinion of its standing research committee and the heads of the relevant departments. Applications for research awards and grants must be made on a form designed for the purpose (and available in the Office of the Dean of Graduate Studies.

Summary of Awards

B.—Values of awards as shown below are approximate only

The University of Melbourne has established five research scholarships, not more than two of which may be senior scholarships. Nell Norris Scholarships Twenty at $200 each Nell Norris Art Prize $100 Stephenson-Turner Prize $300 The James Hardie.

Examinations

Graduation

Student Counselling and Housing

Students receive a lot of information about studying at the university, which may answer most of the practical questions that concern them before the start of the semester. The tuition fees do not include tuition fees, which must be paid to the universities of applied sciences themselves.

University Halls of Residence

CHAPØ 2 REGULATIONS

Except with the faculty's special permission, no candidate may continue with subjects of more than two years of the course concurrently. Candidates may be admitted to the degree of Bachelor of Architecture who have—. a) completed the work and passed the exam in the five years;. A candidate for the Bachelor of Architecture degree with honors must:. a) pass the first three years of the course for the degree of Bachelor of Architecture; and.

The faculty must, if it approves the subject or subjects for the submitted work, appoint examiners. Subject to the university's statutes and regulations, the faculty must give instructions on holding the test. Provided that where a candidate produces evidence to the satisfaction of the Faculty that he has attained the requisite standard of proficiency, the Faculty may give him credit for all or part of the examination in the first year.

A candidate who has passed an annual examination in or obtained credit for each subject in a year of the course is deemed to have passed that year. Every candidate must during the long holidays at the end of 1. and 2nd year and during one year after the completion or in the opinion of the faculty the substantial completion of 3rd year engage in acquiring practical knowledge of construction. :. Candidates can be admitted to the bachelor of construction degree who have—. a) completed the work and passed the exams in the four years.

A candidate for a Bachelor of Architecture with honors must:. a) complete the work and pass the four years' examinations on a. standard prescribed by the faculty; and. Notwithstanding the provisions of rule 3.55, a candidate who registers must:. a) the third of the course for the degree of Bachelor of Construction, having completed or substantially completed the second year of the course by 31 December 1966, must be enrolled and reach the required standard in Accounting for Builders, but must not enroll Construction drawing part II;. This temporary regulation expires on December 31, 1969.]. i The subject of further studies should fall into one of the following 3 groups:.

DETAILS OF SUBJECTS

DEGREES OF BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE, BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE WITH HONOURS,

DESIGN

BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE-

BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE WITH HONOURS FIRST YEAR

680-1. DESIGN PART I

884 - 1. HISTORY OF BUILDING

Advice should be obtained from the Faculty of Architecture and Civil Engineering regarding details of materials required. One lecture and one hour of exercises per week, drawing and laboratory work and field trips. A general overview of structural forms and materials used in traditional and modern buildings and low-rise buildings.

The properties and use of wood, stone, brick and other clay products, concrete, slabs and other building materials. Building principles and building practice and introduction to services related to simple buildings. Appreciation of the nature of the forces in the members. introduction to the design of beams and columns.

682 - 1. BUILDING SCIENCE PART I

638. DRAWING

SECOND YEAR 685. TRADES INSTRUCTION

680-2. DESIGN PART II

Site Environment

Route and Activity Planning 8. Structural Selection

Design Coordination and Documentation 9. Design Communication (Verbal and Visual)

684 - 2. HISTORY OF AECHITECTURE PART II

686. SURVEYING (ARCHITECTURE COURSE)

680-3. DESIGN PART III SYLLABUS

EXAMINATION

SYLLABUS

B.—STRUCTURAL BEHAVIOUR

The paper in Building Stones will be given at the end of the series of lectures on that subject.

17-1. FINE ARTS A

The latter will be based on the illustrations in the relevant chapters of Janson A History of Art.

688-1. PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE A

687. MEASURED DRAWING

FOURTH YEAR 680-4. DESIGN PART IV

The latter will be based on the illustrations in the relevant chapters of Janson A History of Art. Written work as directed by the department. Industrial datasheets—Natural lighting, safe access, architectural control of sunlight penetration, artificial lighting in factory and office. During the year, the student is tested on the submitted work and is interviewed by the board of examiners in the fourth semester.

B.—STRUCTURAL BEHAVIOUR SYLLABUS

BOOKS

В .—SERVICES One lecture per week

EXAMINATION One 3-hour paper

The further study of anthropometric data, human engineering principles, and the materials and finishes commonly used in interior architecture. В One lecture per week throughout the year. i) The sources of Australian law and the law of the State of Victoria. The formation of contracts; form and consideration, contracts under seal and contracts that must be in writing.

691. TOWN PLANNING Twenty-six lectures throughout the year

Checking the basic principles of modern urban and regional planning, city planning, standards of spatial planning, design of residential areas. A technical essay, the subject of which will be proposed by each student from a published list of selected topics. The course is selected and approved in the first term of the academic year.

The essay should demonstrate the student's ability to conduct thorough research on the chosen topic, familiarity with current scientific research, manufacturers' and suppliers' standards, materials and methods, and knowledge of current practice and procedures in the construction industry. The essay is presented during the third semester in the prescribed form, appropriately illustrated and documented.

FIFTH YEAR 680-5. DESIGN PART V

681-5. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PART V

688-3. PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE C

Books

682-5. BUILDING SCIENCE PART V

Capital costs and recurring monetary costs—interest, insurance, etc.; rates, taxes, etc., maintenance operating and management costs; income;. depreciation and economic life; financing of building operations. A series of lectures covering the principles of economic design. and cost control of construction projects. Determinants of the level of economic activity the rate of growth, and of standard of living.

680-1. DESIGN PART I As for Bachelor of Architecture

681-1. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PART I As for Bachelor of Architecture

684-1. HISTORY OF BUILDING (HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE PART I)

700-1. CONSTRUCTIONAL DRAWING PART I

702. CONSTRUCTIONAL SURVEYING

See also "Lectures and practical work" in the introduction to Chapter 3. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PART II. A course with two lectures and a tutorial of ninety minutes per week throughout the year. The purpose and application of accounting for business enterprises, non-profit organizations, administrators and governments; an introduction to accounting theory;. techniques for collecting, recording and verifying accounting data; preparation, presentation. analysis and interpretation of accounting reports.

THIRD YEAR

700-2. CONSTRUCTIONAL DRAWING PART II

693 - 1. BUILDING ECONOMICS PART I

232-1. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 1 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR

BOOKS '

EXAMINATION'

232-2. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 2 BUSINESS PLANNING AND CONTROL

ESTIMATING

682-3. BUILDING' SCIENCE PART III As for Bachelor of Architecture

705-1. LAW RELATING TO BUILDING PART I Two lectures per week throughout the year

FOURTH YEAR 706. RESEARCH ESSAY

The Essay must provide evidence of the student's ability to carry out a thorough investigation of the chosen topic, knowledge of the work of scientific research organizations and manufacturers and suppliers in the chosen field and ability to apply the information obtained to ' present in an orderly manner. The Essay must be appropriately illustrated and documented and presented in the standard form determined by the Department. BUILDING METHODS AND EQUIPMENT PART II One lecture and one tutorial per week, field trips to building projects and drawing office work.

To obtain a pass, candidates must achieve a satisfactory level of written assignments, field trip reports and drawing room work.

705-2. LAW RELATING TO BUILDING PART II

ORGANIZATION AND WAGES SYLLABUS

693-2. BUILDING ECONOMICS PART II

681-6. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PART IV (Building Course)

BUILDING PRACTICE SYLLABUS

STRUCTURAL BEHAVIOUR SYLLABUS

Five hours a week in drawing office and 3 hours a week on the site of an approved building project. Progressive fully documented report on all construction services and organizational aspects of the awarded building project. Design and detailed examination of selected parts of the project as exercises on topics covered in lectures.

Three lectures and twelve hours of practical exercises per week, including three hours per week on the site of a construction project. Functions of quantity surveyor in relation to various contracts and as arbitrator in construction disputes and interpretation of construction contracts.

DIPLOMA. IN ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

712. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN PART I

713. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN PART II

714. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN PART III

715. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN PART IV

A major advanced subject and a thesis corresponding to the second part of Design Part V (training course). The students will be graded on the work submitted during the year., DEGREE 0F ARCHITECTURE.

POST - GRADUATE COURSE IN TROPICAL ARCHITECTURE FØт TERM

SYNOPSIS OF LECTURES (First Term)

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

FACULTY HANDBOOKS

Economics, Commerce and

Figure

Table II-Technical Schools Recognized and Diplomas Approved  for Two Years Exemption

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