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Diplomas and Certificates in Modern Languages

(Statutes and Ordinances, pp. 526 and 530)

With effect from 1 October 2004

The regulations for the award of the Diplomas and Certificates have been amended so that candidates are required to attend a prescribed course of instruction.

The Faculty Board of Modern and Medieval Languages are no longer able to provide teaching for Diplomas in every language that is taught in the Modern and Medieval Languages Tripos. The regulations for the Diplomas have been further amended to enable the Board to announce from time to time which languages will be available.

Diplomas in Modern Languages

Regulations 1 and 2.

By amending the regulations so as to read:

1. A Diploma in a Modern Language shall be awarded to any person whose candidature has been approved by the Faculty Board of Modern and Medieval Languages and who has attended a course of instruction prescribed by the Faculty Board, and has satisfied the Examiners in the examination for the Diploma.

2. The Faculty Board shall announce from time to time the languages in which Diplomas may be awarded, provided that no student shall be a candidate for a Diploma in a language in which he or she is in the same term offering as a candidate for honours in the Tripos.

Languages available from 2004

The Board give notice that, with effect from 1 October 2004, instruction for Diplomas in the following languages is expected to be available: Dutch, Modern Greek, and Russian.

Certificates in Modern Languages

Regulation 1.

By amending the regulation so as to read:

1. A Certificate in a Modern Language shall be awarded to any person whose candidature has been approved by the Faculty Board of Modern and Medieval Languages and who has attended a course of instruction prescribed by the Faculty Board, and has satisfied the Examiners in the examination for the Certificate.

Languages available from 2004

The Board give notice that, with effect from 1 October 2004, instruction for Certificates in the following languages is expected to be available: Dutch and Modern Greek only.


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Cambridge University Reporter 1 June 2004
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