The Student's Guide to the University of Cambridge

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Deighton, Bell, 1866 - 379 pages
 

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Page 362 - A Student may hold a Scholarship or Exhibition until he is of standing to take the Degree of Bachelor of Arts: and, in case of special merit, the Master and Fellows may allow him, provided he continue to reside, to retain the same until he is of standing to take the Degree of Master of Arts, but no longer.
Page 347 - Physic as soon as they are of sufficient standing for the same ; and they may hold the Studentship for three years after their degree. Those therefore who are elected previous to admission at any College, can hold them eight years. The electors to these Studentships are, the Masters of Caius and Christ's Colleges, the President of the College of Physicians, the Treasurer of Lincoln's Inn, the Master of the Charter-House, and the Governors of Greenwich and Chelsea Hospitals.
Page 349 - Statutes were repealed in 1882, and the College is now governed by Statutes framed under the authority of the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge Act, 1877.

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