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University College of Swansea.
(A Constituent College of the University of Wales
PRINCIPAL: C. A. EDWARDS, D.Sc., F.R.S.
THE ELEVENTH SESSION WILL OPEN
ON OCTOBER 1st, 1930.
Courses of study are provided for
(a) Degrees of the University of Wales in Arts,
in Pure Science and in Applied Science (Metal-
lurgy and Engineering)
(b) Diplomas of the College in Metallurgy and
in Engineering;
(c) The training of teachers for Elementary
and Secondary Schools;
(d) The First Medical Examination of the
University of Wales and of other Examining
Bodies.
Persons who are not desirous of studying for
degrees or diplomas may attend selected College
Classes, provided they satisfy the Authorities of
the College that they are qualified to benefit by
such classes.
Entrance Scholarships will be offered for com-
petition in September, 1930.
The fee for board and residence in the Beck
Hall of Residence for Women Students is 47
guineas per Session.
Particulars concerning admission to the College
and of the Entrance Scholarships, may be ob-
tained from the undersigned.
Singleton Park, Registrar.
Swansea.
The Queen's Hotel,
ABERYSTWYTH.
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PETROL, &c.
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