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COMMITTEE ON STATUTES BEFORE THE PRIVY COUNCIL

Decrees

The Committee on Statutes before the Privy Council has made the following decrees, to come into effect on 16 February.

Decree (1): Consent to amendment to the Statutes of Corpus Christi College

Explanatory note

The following decree, made by the Committee on Statutes before the Privy Council, records the consent of the University to the amendment to the Statutes of Corpus Christi College as required under the provisions of the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge Act, 1923.

The effect of the amendment is to remove the reference to the Visitor in circumstances where the President seeks to take up paid office other than that of the Vice-Chancellor or Pro-Vice-Chancellor.

Text of Decree (1)

The consent of the University is given to the amendment to Statute II of Corpus Christi College approved by the Governing Body on 31 May 2000, in so far as such consent is required by Section 7 (2) of the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge Act, 1923.

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Decree (2): Consent to amendments to the Statutes of Christ Church

Explanatory note

The following decree, made by the Committee on Statutes before the Privy Council, records the consent of the University to amendments to the Statutes of Christ Church as required under the provisions of the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge Act, 1923.

The effects of the amendments are:

(a) to entitle the Curator of Pictures and the Development Director to election to an Ordinary Studentship;

(b) to permit the adoption of a `total return' policy in respect of investments and to amend College Statutes so as to conform with Section 4 of the Universities and Colleges (Trusts) Act, 1943;

Text of Decree (2)

The consent of the University is given to the amendments to Statutes XVII, XIII, and XXXIII of Christ Church, approved by the Governing Body on 21 June 2000 and 18 October 2000, in so far as such consent is required by Section 7 (2) of the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge Act, 1923.

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COUNCIL OF THE UNIVERSITY

1 Dates of Full Term 2001--7

The dates for reckoning Full Term 2002--3 have been fixed, and the dates for reckoning Full Term 2006--7 have been fixed provisionally. The dates and provisional dates for Full Term 2001--7 are set out below.
MICHAELMAS TERM
2001 Sunday, 7 October                           Saturday, 1 December

HILARY TERM
2002 Sunday, 13 January                          Saturday, 9 March

TRINITY TERM
2002 Sunday, 21 April                            Saturday, 15 June

MICHAELMAS TERM
2002 Sunday, 13 October                          Saturday, 7 December

HILARY TERM
2003 Sunday, 19 January                          Saturday, 15 March

TRINITY TERM
2003 Sunday, 27 April                            Saturday, 21 June

Provisional dates

MICHAELMAS TERM
2003 Sunday, 12 October                          Saturday, 6 December

HILARY TERM
2004 Sunday, 18 January                          Saturday, 13 March

TRINITY TERM
2004 Sunday, 25 April                            Saturday, 19 June

MICHAELMAS TERM
2004 Sunday, 10 October                          Saturday, 4 December

HILARY TERM
2005 Sunday, 16 January                          Saturday, 12 March

TRINITY TERM
2005 Sunday, 24 April                            Saturday, 18 June

MICHAELMAS TERM
2005 Sunday, 9 October                           Saturday, 3 December

HILARY TERM
2006 Sunday, 15 January                          Saturday, 11 March

TRINITY TERM
2006 Sunday, 23 April                            Saturday, 17 June

MICHAELMAS TERM
2006 Sunday, 8 October                           Saturday, 2 December

HILARY TERM
2007 Sunday, 14 January                          Saturday, 10 March

TRINITY TERM
2007 Sunday, 22 April                            Saturday, 16 June 



2 Dates of Extended Terms 2001--3

The dates of extended terms for 2001--3 for Part I candidates in Materials, Economics, and Management, for Part II candidates in Chemistry, in Engineering (or Materials), Economics, and Management, in Metallurgy and Science of Materials, and in Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry, and for MBA candidates are set out below.

Part II candidates in Chemistry


MICHAELMAS TERM
2001 Thursday, 6 September                       Tuesday, 18 December

HILARY TERM
2002 Tuesday, 1 January                          Wednesday, 27 March

TRINITY TERM
2002 Monday, 8 April                             Saturday, 22 June

MICHAELMAS TERM
2002 Thursday, 12 September                      Tuesday, 24 December

HILARY TERM
2003 Tuesday, 7 January                          Wednesday, 16 April

TRINITY TERM
2003 Monday, 28 April                            Saturday, 28 June

Part II candidates in Engineering, Economics, and Management

MICHAELMAS TERM
2001 Friday, 7 September                         Saturday, 8 December

MICHAELMAS TERM
2002 Friday, 13 September                        Saturday, 14 December

Part I candidates in Materials, Economics, and Management, in the year in which the examination is taken

HILARY TERM
2002 Sunday, 13 January                          Saturday, 16 March


HILARY TERM
2003 Sunday, 19 January                          Saturday, 22 March

Part II candidates in Materials, Economics, and Management

MICHAELMAS TERM
2001 Friday, 7 September                         Saturday, 8 December

MICHAELMAS TERM
2002 Friday, 13 September                        Saturday, 14 December

Part II candidates in Metallurgy and Science of Materials

MICHAELMAS TERM
2001 Friday, 7 September                         Saturday, 8 December

HILARY TERM
2002 Friday, 4 January                           Saturday, 23 March

TRINITY TERM
2002 Friday, 5 April                             Saturday, 22 June

MICHALMAS TERM
2002 Friday, 13 September                        Saturday, 14 December

HILARY TERM
2003 Friday, 10 January                          Saturday, 12 April

TRINITY TERM
2003 Friday, 25 April                            Saturday, 28 June

Part II candidates in Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry


MICHAELMAS TERM
2001 Friday, 14 September                        Saturday, 8 December

MICHAELMAS TERM
2002 Friday, 20 September                        Saturday, 14 December


MBA candidates

MICHAELMAS TERM 2001 Monday, 1 October Friday, 7 December HILARY TERM 2002 Monday, 7 January Friday, 15 March TRINITY TERM 2002 Monday, 15 April Friday, 21 June LONG VACATION 2002 Monday, 9 September Friday, 20 September MICHAELMAS TERM 2002 Monday, 7 October Friday, 13 December HILARY TERM 2003 Monday, 13 January Friday, 21 March TRINITY TERM 2003 Monday, 21 April Friday, 27 June LONG VACATION 2003 Monday, 8 September Friday, 19 September

3 Dates of Encaenia

The Encaenia for 2003 will be held on Wednesday, 25 June, and, provisionally, the Encaenia for 2007 will be held on Wednesday, 20 June.

4 Register of Congregation

Mr Vice-Chancellor reports that the following names have been added to the Register of Congregation:

Close, F.E., D.Phil., Exeter
Connors, C.F., MA, Queen's
Ferguson, M.L., Nuffield Department of Clinical Laboratory Sciences
Keller, R.G., BA, M.Sc., D.Phil., Hertford
White, S.G., Magdalen
Wolfe, D.M., M.Phil., St Anne's

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LIFE AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES BOARD

For changes in regulations for examinations, to come into effect on 16 February, see `Examinations and Boards' below.

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