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Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Tripos

(Statutes and Ordinances, p. 263)

With immediate effect

The regulations governing the terms of residence required for students to present themselves as candidates for honours in Part II of the Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Tripos have been amended.

Regulation 4.

By amending the regulation so as to read:

4. The following may present themselves as candidates for honours in Part II:

         (a) a student who has previously obtained honours in Part IB of the Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Tripos under Regulation 3(a), in the year next but one after so obtaining honours, provided that he or she has kept seven terms and that fifteen complete terms have not passed after his or her first term of residence;
(b) a student who has previously obtained honours in Part IB of the Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Tripos under Regulation 3(b), in the year next but one after so obtaining honours, provided that he or she has kept five terms and that fifteen complete terms have not passed after his or her first term of residence;
(c) a student who has previously obtained honours in any Honours Examination, other than Part IA or Part IB of the Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Tripos, in the year next but one after so obtaining honours, provided that he or she has kept seven terms and that fifteen complete terms have not passed after his or her first term of residence, and subject to the prior approval of the Faculty Board.

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Cambridge University Reporter 15 July 2009
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