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REGULATIONS FOR EXAMINATIONS: NOTICE BY THE GENERAL BOARD

The General Board give notice that, on the recommendation of the Faculty Boar d or other authority concerned, they have approved amendments of the regulations for certain University examinations, as follows:

M.B., B.Chir. Degrees

The New Regulations and the Revised Regulations for the M.B., B.Chir. Degrees (Statutes and Ordinances, pp. 431 and 441) have been amended to enable a student who already holds an honours degree to complete the requirements for the M.B., B.Chir. Degrees in four years.

With effect from 1 October 2001.

NEW REGULATIONS

(Statutes and Ordinances, p. 431)

Regulation 3.

By inserting a new sub-paragraph (l) as follows:

(l) the term Cambridge Graduate Course Student shall mean a student who holds an Honours Degree of this or a recognized university and has been approved by the Faculty Board for admission to a four-year course in clinical instruction (the Cambridge Graduate Course in Medicine).

Regulation 14.

By inserting in sub-paragraph (a) after the words 'preclinical medical study' the words 'or provide evidence of having satisfactorily completed the first eighteen months of the Cambridge Graduate Course in Medicine'.

Regulation 16.

By inserting in sub-paragraph (d)(i) after the words 'and two years and two months of clinical study in the University' the words 'or provide evidence of having satisfactorily completed the first eighteen months of the Cambridge Graduate Course in Medicine'.

SCHEDULE A

By attaching to sub-paragraph 5(b) the following footnote:

Until further notice a Cambridge Graduate Course Student shall be deemed to have completed Part B of the pre-medical requirements if he or she has obtained the qualifications listed in either the current sub-paragraph or those listed in the amendment to this sub-paragraph.

With effect from 1 September 2002.

REVISED REGULATIONS

(Statutes and Ordinances, p. 441)

Regulation 3.

By inserting a new sub-paragraph (l) as follows:

(l) the term Cambridge Graduate Course Student shall mean a student who holds an Honours Degree of this or a recognized university and has been approved by the Faculty Board for admission to a four-year course in clinical instruction (the Cambridge Graduate Course in Medicine).

Regulation 17.

By inserting in sub-paragraph (a) after the words 'preclinical medical study' the words 'or provide evidence of having satisfactorily completed the first eighteen months of the Cambridge Graduate Course in Medicine'.

Regulation 19.

By inserting in sub-paragraph (d)(i) after the words 'and two years and two months of clinical study in the University' the words 'or provide evidence of having satisfactorily completed the first eighteen months of the Cambridge Graduate Course in Medicine'.


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Cambridge University Reporter, 14 March 2001
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