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Statute approved: Notice

28 February 2001

The Registrary has received notice from the Clerk of the Privy Council that Her Majesty The Queen, at a Council held on 14 February 2001, was pleased to approve the amendments of Statute B which were submitted under the Common Seal of the University in accordance with Grace 1 of 10 May 2000 and Grace 13 of 14 June 2000.

The amendment authorized by the first of these Graces relates to Statute B, III, 9, which governs allowances of terms; it was necessary to change the existing provisions in order to accommodate the two-year course in Chinese Studies for the Degree of Master of Philosophy (see the Joint Report of the Council and the General Board, dated 20/8 March 2000, Reporter, 1999-2000, p. 575). Following the approval of this change of Statute, the regulations for the examination in Chinese Studies for the M.Phil. Degree will take effect from 1 October 2001.

The amendment authorized by the second of these Graces relates to Statute B, III, 5 which governs the number of terms to be kept by residence; it was necessary to change the reference to the degree of Master of Business Administration on the introduction of an open course of study for that degree (see the Joint Report of the Council and the General Board, dated 15/11 May 2000, Reporter, 1999-2000, p. 690). Following the approval of this change of Statute, the amendments to the regulations for the M.B.A. proposed in the Joint Report now come into effect.


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Cambridge University Reporter, 7 March 2001
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