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I. UNIVERSITY TEES.

1. Matriculation Fees.

These Fees are payable at the time of presentation to the
Vice-Chancellor.

£ s. d.

A Bible-Clerk, or Scholar admitted to a College or Hall on condition of receiving free board and tuition . . . . .0100

Every other person . . . . 2 10 o

2. Examination Fees.

These Fees (with the exception of the second of the two fees in Music and the second and fourth in Medicine) are payable when the name of a Candidate is entered on the list for Examination.

Responsions . . . . .200

First Public Examination:

1. For Examination in Greek and Latin Literature,

whether for Honours or not, and also for re-
examination in the Gospels or the substituted
matter, under the arrangement mentioned on
p. 140 . . . . . 1 10 o

2. For Examination for Mathematical Honours . 100 If a Candidate's name be entered later than the specified time, an

additional fee of Two Guineas must be paid.

Second Public Examination:

(1) For Examination'in the Rudiments of Faith

and Religion, or in the substituted matter . 100

(2) For each of the subjects in the Pass School, whether offered separately or together . 0100

(3) For any Honour School, except the School of

Natural Science . . . 1 to o

(4) For the School of Natural Science:

1. For each of the subjects in the Preliminary
Examination, whether offered separately
or together . . . o io o

£ s. d.

2. For the Final Honour Examination, whether taken separately or together with the subjects in the Preliminary Examination . . . . o 10 o If a Candidate's name be entered later than the specified time, an

additional fee of Two Guineas must be paid on each occasion. Civil Law . . . . . i o o

Music:

(1) Before each of the two Examinations . .200

(2) After passing both Examinations . .700 Medicine:

(1) Before each of the two Examinations for the

Degree of B.M. . . . .100

(2) After passing both Examinations for the Degree of B.M

(3) Before the Examination in Preventive Medicine

(4) After the Examination in Preventive Medicine

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3. Degree Fees.

These Fees are payable in the Apodyterium of the Convocation House immediately before the Degree is taken.

Degree of Bachelor of Arts . . . .7

Degree of Master of Arts . . . .12

But for any one who has been admitted to the
Degree of Bachelor of Civil Law or of Medi-
cine ...... 7

Degree of Bachelor of Divinity . . . 14

„ „ of Civil Law . . .6

„ „ of Medicine . . .6

Degree of Doctor of Divinity, Civil Law, or Medicine 40 „ Bachelor of Music . . . .5

„ Doctor of Music . . . .10

Additional fee when any Degree is conferred in

absence, or by Decree of Convocation . 5

Additional fee when Degrees are accumulated . 5

Additional fee when any Degree is conferred by

Diploma . . . . .10

10 0

0 o 10 10 0 o o

4. Incorporation Fees.

These Fees are payable immediately before Incorporation takes place and are in addition to the Matriculation fee of £2 10s.

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5. Quarterly Fee.

This Fee is usually paid in the first instance by the College or Hall, and included in the quarterly or terminal account.

For every Member of the University:

(1) Till the end of four years from his Matriculation, or till he shall have taken the degree of

B.A., whichever shall happen first . .010

(2) From the end of four years after Matriculation, or from his taking the degree of B.A., whichever shall happen first . . .05

6. Miscellaneous Fees.

To the Clerk of the Schools for every Certificate of having satisfied the Examiners in any Examination, or of a Candidate's name having been placed in any Class-list . . o t

To the University Chest (through the Registrar of the University):

(1) For a copy of any Matriculation-paper or Examination Certificate . . . .02

(2) For a Certificate of having obtained any Degree . . . . . .05 II. COLLEGE EXPENSES.

1. Admission-fees, And Caution-money.

At University the admission-fee is £5, the caution-money, returned when the name is removed from the College books, £30.

At Balliol, for a resident in College, the admission-fee for Commoners is £5, for Scholars £3, the caution-money £21: for a resident out of College, the admission-fee is £2, the caution-money is £5. In either case the caution-money is returned when the name is removed from the College books.

At Morton the admission-fee consists of a payment of £1 10s. to the College library. The caution-money is £10 for a Scholar, £30 for a Commoner.

At Exeter the admission-fee is £5, the caution-money £25; which latter sum is returned when the name is removed from the College books.

At Oriel the admission-fee is £5 ; the caution-money is, for Scholars, Adam de Brome's Exhibitioners, and Clerks, £10, for Commoners £30.

At Queen's the admission-fee is £5, the caution-money is, for Scholars, Clerks, and Exhibitioners the value of whose Exhibition exceeds £60 per annum, £15—for Commoners £30, of which £10 is returned at the BA. degree, £10 at M.A-> and the remainder when the name is removed from the College books. The caution-money for members who have compounded for their University and College dues is £5. For Students of Music the admission fee is £1 10s.

At New College the admission-fee is £5: no caution-money is required from Commoners who pay the fixed College charges in advance terminally and their College bills weekly. For other Commoners the caution-money is £30, of which £20 is returned to those who have taken the degree of B.A. and have ceased to reside, and the whole when the name is removed from the College books.

At Lincoln the admission-fee is £3 3s., the caution-money £30, of which £10 is returned on taking the B.A. and M.A. degrees respectively, and the whole (or remainder) in case of death or the name being removed from the College books.

At Magdalen there is no admission-fee: persons elected on the Foundation of the College pay no caution-money, but Commoners pay £40, which is returned when they either take the degree of B.A. or remove their names from the College books. Persons who keep their names on the books after taking the degree of B.A. pay a fresh caution of £5, which is accounted for to them on the removal of their name.

At Brasenose the admission-fee is £4 4s., the caution-money £25 for Commoners, £20 for Scholars.

At Corpus, for Commoners or Exhibitioners who battel either wholly or partially in College the caution-money is £30, which is returned when the name is removed from the College books. Scholars pay no caution-money.

At Christ Church the entrance-fee for both Commoners and Scholars is £5; College Exhibitioners pay no entrance fee. The caution-money for Scholars and Exhibitioners is £12 10s., which may be claimed on removing the name from the books: the caution-money for Commoners is £25, of which £12 10s. is returned on taking the B.A. degree, and the rest may be claimed when the name is taken off the books.

At Trinity the admission-fee is £5, the caution-money £30. Of the caution-money £20 is returned on the degree of M.A. being taken: the whole is returned on the removal of a name from the books, or on compounding for the annual dues after taking the degree of M.A.

At St. John's the admission-fee is £6 3s., the caution-money is £30, of which £20 is returned on taking the degree of B.A.; the remainder on removal of the name from the College books.

At Jesus the admission-fee is £2, the caution-money £20.

At Wadham the admission-fee is £5, the caution-money £30.

At Pembroke the admission-fee is £5, the caution-money is £30, returnable on taking the degree of M.A.

At Worcester, (1) for Commoners the admission-fee is £8, the caution-money £20, of which £10 is returned on taking the M.A. degree, the remainder when the name is removed from the College books; (2) for Fellow-Commoners the admission-fee is £28, the caution-money £30, of which £20 is returned on taking the M.A. degree; (3) for Scholars the caution-money is £10.

At Keble there are no admission-fees or caution-money.

At Hertford the admission-fee is £5 5s., the caution-money £30, of which £20 is returned on taking the degree of M.A., the remainder on removing the name from the books.

At St. Mary Hall, for Commoners who pay their battels in advance the admission-fee is £5, and no caution-money is required; for other Commoners the admission-fee is £12 2s. 6d., and the caution-money £30, of which £10 is returned on taking the B.A. degree, and £10 on taking the M.A. degree.

At St. Edmund Hall, for those who enter upon the Prepayment System, there is no admission-fee and no caution-money. For other students the admission-fee is £5, the caution-money £14, or, if furniture be hired from the Hall, £21. The caution-money is returned in full whenever the name is removed from the books, and some portions of it upon taking the Degrees of B.A. and M.A.

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