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COUNCIL OF THE UNIVERSITY

Decrees

Council has made the following decrees, to come into effect on 10 August.

Decree (1): Changes in the duties and composition of the Board of the Faculty of Management and the Council for the Saïd Business School, and in the titles of the Director and Deputy Directors of the school

Explanatory note

Council has agreed, on the recommendation of the Management Board and with the concurrence of the Social Sciences Board, that, following the creation of the divisional boards and given the more established departmental base for Management Studies, the function of the faculty board should be confined to a strategic overview of business education, with a small reduction in the size of the board (the obligation, under the terms of the Saïd Benefaction, to maintain a balance between external and internal members being respected). At the same time, the original Council for the Saïd Business School, which has been a loyal and generous supporter of the school, will be retitled the Business Advisory Forum and will extend its membership to include further persons drawn from the international business community. Its duties will be more clearly focused to feed through to the faculty board the education and training needs of that community. Clauses 1, 2, 6, and 7 of the following decree provide accordingly.

Council has also approved the proposal of the Social Sciences Board, made with the concurrence of the Trustees of the Peter Moores Foundation and the Trustees of the Saïd Business School, that the title of the Director of the School should be changed to Dean, and the titles of the Deputy Directors to Directors. It is thought that such new titles will reflect practice in other leading business schools and describe more clearly the rôle of the Deputy Directors, which is to take responsibility for one of the school's programmes rather than to deputise for the Director. Clauses 3, 4, and 8--12 of the following decree provide accordingly.

At the same time opportunity is taken, in clause 5 of the following decree, to correct an obsolete reference to the former Committee for the Saïd Business School which was overlooked in the preparation of the legislation changing that committee into the Management Board.

Text of Decree (1)

1 In Ch. II, Sect. VII, concerning the functions and powers of faculty boards (Statutes, 2000, p. 247), insert new § 2 as follows and renumber existing §§ 2--4 as §§ 3--5:

`§ 2. Special functions and powers belonging to the Board of the Faculty of Management

1. The Board of the Faculty of Management shall delegate to the Executive Committee of the Saïd Business School all functions and powers it has under § 1 of this section.

2. The board shall have general oversight of the organisation and development of teaching and research in Management and shall advise on strategic directions.

3. The board shall advise the Saïd Business School on fund raising.

4. The board shall have the oversight of five-year rolling plans for the Saïd Business School.

5. The board shall meet at least one each term and shall receive, at appropriate times, five-year plans, one-year operating statements, annual accounts and reports, and prospectuses for programmes run by the Saïd Business School.'

2 Ibid. (p. 249), delete Sect. VIII and substitute:

`Section VIII. Board of the Faculty of Management

The Board of the Faculty of Management shall be constituted as follows:

(1) the Peter Moores Dean of the Saïd Business School;

(2)--(5) the Directors of the Saïd Business School;

(6)--(8) three persons appointed by the Business Advisory Forum from the international business community;

(9) a person nominated by the Benefactor of the Saïd Business School in accordance with Ch. III, Sect. LIII, § 1, cll. 15 and 16;

(10)--(13) four persons appointed by the Faculty of Management;

(14) a member of Congregation appointed by Templeton College.'

3 In Ch. III, Sect. LIII, § 1, cl. 13, concerning the Saïd Business School (p. 311), delete `The Directorship of the School ... The appointment of the Director' and substitute `The office of Dean of the School, who shall be called the Peter Moores Dean, shall be held for a period of five years, or such other period as Council may determine from time to time, and may be renewed for such periods thereafter. The appointment of the Dean'.

4 Ibid., cl. 15, delete `Council for the Saïd Business School (`the Council') and substitute `Business Advisory Forum (`the Forum')'.

5 Ibid., cl. 16, delete `Committee for the School' and substitute `Board of the Faculty of Management'.

6 Ibid., cl. 17 (p. 312), delete `Council' and substitute `Forum'.

7 Ibid., delete § 2, concerning the Council for the Saïd Business School, and substitute:

`§ 2. Business Advisory Forum

1. There shall be a Business Advisory Forum consisting of:

(1) the Vice-Chancellor;

(2) the Peter Moores Dean of the Saïd Business School;

(3)--(6) the Directors of the Saïd Business School;

(7) the President of Templeton College;

and not less than fifteen persons drawn from the international business community, elected by Council after consultation with the Dean.

2. Members of the Forum shall hold office for four years from the date of election and shall be re-eligible.

3. The functions of the Forum shall be to advise the Board of the Faulty of Management on the needs of the business community in respect of business education, research, and training, to foster relationships with commerce and industry, and to assist in fund raising for the Saïd Business School.

4. There shall be four Directors of the Saïd Business School, who shall be responsible respectively for the areas of Research, Undergraduate Courses, Graduate Courses, and Corporate Affairs. Each Director shall be appointed by the Social Sciences Board for a period of up to three years and may then be reappointed for a further consecutive period of up to two years. No person shall be eligible for reappointment as a Director after serving for a total of five years unless an interval of at least two years has elapsed since the end of the last period of such service. The duties and stipend of each Director shall be as determined by the divisional board from time to time, subject to the approval of the Personnel Committee of Council.

8 In Ch. VII, Sect. I, § 7, SCHEDULE IV, concerning special allowances to certain heads of departments (p. 384), delete `Deputy Directors of the Saïd Business School' and substitute:

`Directors of the Saïd Business School'.

9 Ibid., Sect. VII, SCHEDULE A, concerning persons whose offices qualify them to hold professorial fellowships (p. 531), delete `The Peter Moores Director of the Saïd Business School' and substitute:

`The Peter Moores Dean of the Saïd Business School'.

10 In Ch. IX, Sect. I, § 233, cll. 1 and 3, concerning the Moores Fund (pp. 684--5), in each case delete `Directorship of the University's Saïd Business School' and substitute `office of Dean of the University's Saïd Business School'.

11 Ibid., cl. 3, delete `Peter Moores Director' and substitute `Peter Moores Dean'.

12 Ibid., cll. 3 and 4, in each case delete `directorship' and substitute `office of Dean'.

13 This decree shall be effective from 1 October 2001.

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Decree (2): Electoral Board for the Readership in the History of Medicine

Notwithstanding the provisions of Ch. III, Sect. XLIV, cl. 3, concerning the Unit for the History of Medicine (Statutes, 2000, p. 302), Council may appoint the Head of the Humanities Division as an additional member of the Electoral Board for the Readership in the History of Medicine, so increasing the number of members of the electoral board to ten in all.

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MEDICAL SCIENCES BOARD

Decree

The Medical Sciences Board, with the approval of the Educational Policy and Standards Committee of Council, has made the following decree, to come into effect on 10 August.

Decree (3): First BM Examination and establishment of Preliminary Examination in Medicine

Explanatory note

The following decree, made by the Medical Sciences Board, with the approval of the Educational Policy and Standards Committee of Council, provides for changes to the First BM Course and the introduction of a Preliminary Examination in Medicine.

The Department of Health and HEFCE invited universities to bid for a total of 2,000 additional medical student places. Oxford successfully bid for 47 of these, including 30 places on a new accelerated four-year course for graduates. The bid was endorsed by Council and the General Board. From October 2001, the intake for the First BM will increase from 113 to 150 and the new four-year Graduate-entry Medicine Course (Preliminary Examination in Medicine) will commence. To accommodate the increase and in response to advice from the General Medical Council and a QAA Subject Review, a number of changes to the structure and content of the First BM are required. These changes and the structure and content of the Preliminary Examination in Medicine course have been approved by the General Medical Council.

Associated changes in regulations are set out in `Examinations and Boards' below.

Text of Decree (3)

1 In Examination Decrees, 2000, p. 953, ll. 16--17, delete `Board of the Faculty of Clinical Medicine under the provisions of § 2, cl. 12' and substitute `Medical Sciences Board under the provisions of § 3, cl. 16'.

2 Ibid., l. 22, after `A Student for the' insert `Preliminary Examination in Medicine or for the'.

3 Ibid., l. 23, delete `§ 2, cl. 12' and substitute `§ 3, cl. 16'.

4 Ibid., delete from l. 26 to p. 957, l. 10 and p. 960, ll. 8--21.

5 Ibid., p. 953, after l. 25, insert:

`§ 2. Subjects and Method of the Examinations for the Preliminary Examination in Medicine

1. A candidate may be admitted to the Preliminary Examination in Medicine provided that his or her name is on the Register of Clinical Students and he or she has been admitted to the Degree of Bachelor of Arts with Honours or has obtained a degree of another university deemed adequate for the purpose by the Medical Sciences Board, and that he or she has satisfied such additional qualifications as the Medical Sciences Board may from time to time prescribe in its regulations.

2. The Preliminary Examination in Medicine shall consist of two parts. Part I may be offered not earlier than three terms, and Part II not earlier than six terms, from the date of entry onto the Register of Clinical Students.

3. The examination shall comprise such subjects and papers as the Medical Sciences Board shall from time to time by regulation determine.

4. The examiners may award a distinction to candidates of special merit in either Part I or Part II of the examination, provided that all the subjects in that Part have been offered and passed at one examination.

5. The examination shall be under the supervision of the Medical Sciences Board.

§ 3. Subjects and Method of the Examinations for the Degree of Bachelor of Medicine

1. There shall be two examinations for the Degree of Bachelor of Medicine. Both examinations shall be under the supervision of the Medical Sciences Board. The Board shall have power to require candidates for admission to any part of the First or Second Examination to produce certificates of attendance at courses of practical instruction, and such other certificates as the board may from time to time determine, and to define the form of such certificates. It shall be the duty of the Registrar to see that these conditions are observed.

First Examination

2. The subjects of the First Examination shall be:

Part I

1. Organisation of the Body

2. Physiology and Pharmacology

3. Biochemistry and Medical Genetics

4. Medical Sociology

Part II

5. Integrative Systems of the Body

6. The Nervous System

7. General Pathology and Microbiology

8. Psychology for Medicine

3. The syllabus of each subject shall be as prescribed from time to time by the Medical Sciences Board by regulation.

4. A candidate may enter his or her name for Part I of the examination not earlier than the third term and for Part II not earlier than the fifth term from having started the course for the First Examination.

5. Subjects 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, and 7 shall each be examined in two Parts, A and B. In each of these subjects, a candidate must offer both Parts A and B at one examination, provided that a candidate who has failed at his or her first attempt to satisfy the examiners in one Part only of a subject may offer that Part alone at a subsequent examination. In each of these subjects, a candidate must pass both Parts, or have accumulated passes in both Parts, in order to pass in that subject. When a candidate who at the first attempt passed only one Part of a subject subsequently passes the remaining Part of that subject, the examiners shall publish his or her name as having passed in that subject.

6. A candidate must offer all four subjects in Part I at one examination, provided that a candidate who has failed at his or her first attempt in any subject or subjects may offer subject 4 or any Part or Parts of subjects 1, 2, or 3 at a subsequent examination (in accordance with clause 5 above), and provided that the Medical Sciences Board may dispense candidates who have already passed a First Public Examination in any subject from the requirement to offer all four subjects at one examination. In Part I, the examiners may publish the name of a candidate as having passed one, two, three, or four subjects, and the examiners may in addition publish the name of a candidate as having passed one Part only of any of the subjects 1, 2, or 3. In Part II, a candidate may offer one, two, three, or four subjects at one examination. In Part II, the examiners may publish the name of a candidate as having passed one, two, three, or four subjects. The examiners may in addition publish the name of a candidate as having passed one Part only of any of the subjects 5, 6, or 7.

7. A candidate shall be deemed to have passed the First Examination if he or she has satisfied the examiners in all the subjects of Parts I and II as specified in clause 2 above.

8. A candidate who has passed Part I of the First Examination shall be deemed to have passed the First Public Examination.

9. No candidate shall be admitted to the examination for Part II of the First Examination without first having passed all the subjects of Part I, save in exceptional circumstances at the discretion of the Director of Pre-clinical Studies following application from the candidate's society. No candidate may offer any subject or Part of a subject in Part I of the First Examination on more than two occasions, and in Part II of the First Examination on more than three occasions, save in exceptional circumstances at the discretion of the Director of Pre-clinical Studies following application from the candidate's society.

10. The examiners may award a distinction to candidates of special merit in either Part I or Part II of the examination, provided that all examinations for all four subjects specified for that Part in clause 2 above have been offered in their entirety and passed at one examination which shall be the candidate's first attempt.

11. The examiners may award a Pass with Merit to candidates of special merit in any of the individual subjects 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, or 7, provided that all four subjects of Part I or of Part II of the examination have been offered in their entirety at one examination. The award of Pass with Merit shall be based on performance in Part B of a subject and shall be confined to candidates who have passed Part A of that subject at the same sitting which shall be the candidate's first attempt.

[1] 12. (a) No candidate other than a Senior Student qualified under (b) of this clause shall be admitted to the First Examination unless his or her name has been entered on the Register of University Medical Students and he or she has previously passed

(i) either the Qualifying Examination in Chemistry and Physics for medical students provided for in clause 13 below or examinations in chemistry and physics approved by the Medical Sciences Board; and

(ii) either the Qualifying Examination in Zoology for medical students provided for in clause 14 below, or an examination in Biology approved by the Medical Sciences Board.

(b) A Senior Student may be admitted to the First Examination if his or her name has been entered on the Register of Medical Students and he or she has previously passed an examination approved by the Medical Sciences Board.

13. There shall be a Qualifying Examination in Chemistry and Physics for medical students, which shall be governed by the following provisions:

(a) The examination shall be under the supervision of the Medical Sciences Board.

(b) The syllabus and number of papers shall be prescribed from time to time by regulations of the Medical Sciences Board.

(c) Subject to the provisions of Ch. VI, Sect. II. D, any person may be admitted to the examination whether he or she is a member of the University or not.

14. There shall be a Qualifying Examination in Zoology for medical students, which shall be governed by the following provisions:

(a) The examination shall be under the joint supervision of the Medical Sciences and Life and Environmental Sciences Boards.

(b) The syllabus and number of papers shall be prescribed from time to time by regulations of the Medical Sciences and Life and Environmental Sciences Boards.

(c) Subject to the provisions of Ch. VI, Sect. II. D, any person may be admitted to the examination whether he or she is a member of the University or not.

Second Examination

15. The subject of the Second BM Examination shall be clinical medicine in all its aspects.

[2] 16. Candidates may be admitted to the Second Examination if they are on the Register of Clinical Students and satisfy one of the following conditions:

(a) they have passed in all the subjects of the Preliminary Examination in Medicine; or

(b) they have passed in all the subjects of the First Examination and the Qualifying Examination in the Principles of Clinical Anatomy and have either been admitted to the Degree of Bachelor of Arts with Honours or obtained a bachelor's degree at another university; or

(c) they have both

(i) successfully completed at a university in the United Kingdom a GMC-approved course of study in medical sciences that has included the subjects of the First Examination and the Principles of Clinical Anatomy, and is deemed by the Medical Sciences Board to qualify the candidate for admission; and

(ii) obtained a bachelor's degree in science or arts at a university, such degree having been approved by the board.

17. The Second Examination shall cover three years, the subjects for each year being prescribed by regulation of the Medical Sciences Board. Each of Years 1 and 2 shall involve a form of assessment prescribed by regulation of the board and notified to candidates by it. No candidate shall commence Year 2 or 3 until he or she has satisfactorily completed Year 1 or 2 respectively (except that a candidate shall be permitted to commence Year 2 if he or she has passed all the subjects in the Preliminary Examination in Medicine), unless the Director of Clinical Studies, at his or her discretion and in exceptional circumstances, decides that the candidate may proceed to the next year of study on condition that he or she should undertake remedial work and if necessary be reassessed at a later date.

18. Candidates who have passed all subjects in the Preliminary Examination in Medicine shall be exempted from the Year 1 assessments of the Second Examination.

19. Breach of the Code of Conduct for Medical Students, as approved and from time to time amended by Council's General Purposes Committee on the recommendation of the Medical Sciences Board, may be deemed to be a ground for removal of a student's name from the Register of Clinical Students according to procedures which shall always be subject to approval by Council's General Purposes Committee on the recommendations of the Medical Sciences Board.

20. The provisions of Ch. VI, Sect. II. D, concerning the times of holding examinations and the entry of names, and the special regulation concerning dress shall not, unless otherwise prescribed by regulation of the board, apply to Years 1 and 2, except in the case of a formal examination set by the examiners of these stages, as prescribed by regulation of the board.

§ 4. Qualifying Examination in the Principles of Clinical Anatomy

There shall be a Qualifying Examination in the Principles of Clinical Anatomy for medical students who have passed the First Examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Medicine and who are seeking admission to a course in clinical medicine in Oxford or elsewhere. The examination shall be governed by the following provisions.

(a) The examination shall be under the supervision of the Medical Sciences Board.

(b) No candidate shall be admitted to this Qualifying Examination unless his or her name has been entered on the Register of University Medical Students and he or she has previously passed the First Examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Medicine.

(c) The syllabus and obligations required of candidates, and the method of examination, shall be as prescribed from time to time by regulations of the Medical Sciences Board.'

6 Ibid., p. 957, l. 11, renumber existing § 3 as § 5.

7 Ibid., l. 21, delete `§ 2, cl. 11' and substitute `§ 3, cl. 16'.

8 Ibid., p. 961, l. 1, delete `§ 2, cl. 11' and substitute `§ 3, cl. 16'.

9 Ibid., p. 1045, l. 26, after `Biochemistry,' insert `Medical Sociology,'.

10 Ibid., p. 1046, delete ll. 6--12 and substitute:

`7. Two examiners, at least one of whom is clinically qualified, shall be appointed for the Qualifying Examination in the Principles of Clinical Anatomy. The method of appointment and term of office of these examiners shall be as for examiners for the First Examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Medicine. They may be assisted in the conduct of in-course assessments by the appointment of assessors.'

11 Ibid., p. 1079, delete ll. 13--16 and substitute:

`Candidates in Pass Schools, and in the Qualifying Examination in Statistics for candidates offering Psychology in the Honour School of Psychology, Philosophy, and Physiology, in the Qualifying Examination in Zoology for medical students, and in the Qualifying Examination in Principles of Clinical Anatomy'.

12 Ibid., p. 1082, after l. 2 insert new items (i) and (ii) as follows and renumber existing items (ii) and (iii) (ll. 11 and 19) as items (iii) and (iv):

`(i) Candidates passing subjects in the First Examination

For candidates passing all subjects in Part I or Part II:

Names of candidates for the Degrees of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery who in [here insert term and year] have satisfied the Examiners in [here enter Part of examination] of the First Examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Medicine in all four subjects.

D indicates the name of a candidate who was adjudged by the Examiners to be worthy of a Distinction.

M1, M2, M3 [in Part I or] M5, M6, M7 [in Part II] indicate the name of a candidate who was adjudged by the Examiners to be worthy of a Merit in the subjects so specified.


    A. B. – College
    C. D. – Hall
D   E. F. – Society  M1, M2, M3
                                             G. H.
                                             I. J.  Examiners.
                                             K. L.
Or, for candidates passing certain specified subjects only (either at first sitting, or by accumulation having passed Part A or Part B of a subject at a previous attempt):

Names of candidates for the Degrees of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery who in [here insert term and year] have satisfied the Examiners in [here enter Part of examination] of the First Examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Medicine in [here insert the number of subjects (viz. one, two, or three)] subjects.

1, 2, 3, 4 [in Part I or] 5, 6, 7, 8 [in Part II] indicate the subjects passed by each candidate.

M1, M2, M3 [in Part I or] M5, M6, M7 [in Part II] indicate the name of a candidate who was adjudged by the Examiners to be worthy of a Merit in the subjects so specified.


    A. B. – College  1, 2
    C. D. – Hall     2, 3
    E. F. – Society  M1, M2
                                             G. H.
                                             I. J.  Examiners.
                                             K. L.
Or, for candidates passing either Part A only or Part B only of specified subjects:

Names of candidates for the Degrees of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery who in [here insert term and year] have satisfied the Examiners in [here enter Part of examination] of the First Examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Medicine in either Part A only or Part B only of specified subjects.

1A or 1B, 2A or 2B, 3A or 3B [in Part I or] 5A or 5B, 6A or 6B, 7A or 7B [in Part II] indicate the part-subjects passed by each candidate.


    A. B. – College  1A
    C. D. – Hall     2B, 3B
    E. F. – Society  3B
                                             G. H.
                                             I. J.  Examiners.
                                             K. L.

(ii) Candidates passing subjects in the Preliminary Examination in Medicine

Names of candidates who in [here insert term and year] have satisfied [or have been adjudged worthy of a Distinction by] the Examiners in [here enter Part of examination] of the Preliminary Examination in Medicine.

    A. B. – College
    C. D. – Hall
    E. F. – Society  
                                             G. H.
                                             I. J.  Examiners.'
                                             K. L.

13 This decree shall be effective from 1 October 2002.

Key to Decree (3)

Cll. 1--4 correct cross-references within the decrees and provide for other minor changes in consequence of the establishment of a Preliminary Examination in Medicine.

Cl. 5 provides for the establishment of a Preliminary Examination in Medicine, for amendments to the First BM Examination, for the establishment of a Qualifying Examination in the Principles of Clinical Anatomy, and for consequential changes to the qualifications for admission to the Second BM Examination.

Cll. 6--8 correct cross-references within the decrees and provide for renumbering.

Cll. 9 and 10 provide for changes to the First BM Examination and for the establishment of a Qualifying Examination in the Principles of Clinical Anatomy.

Cll. 11 and 12 provide for changes to pass lists.

Footnotes

[1] Details of examinations approved and the combination of subjects required for the purposes of Ch. VI, Sect. XI, § 3, cl. 12 may be obtained from the Director of Pre-clinical Studies, the Old Observatory, University Laboratory of Physiology, Parks Road.
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[2] Application for admission to the Second BM Examination under the provisions of this clause should be addressed to the Medical School Offices, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford OX3 9DU.
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PLANNING AND RESOURCE ALLOCATION COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL

Decree

The Planning and Resource Allocation Committee of Council has made the following decree, to come into effect on 10 August.

Decree (4): University composition fees for the M.Sc. in Management Research Methodology and the M.Sc. in Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management

Explanatory note

Earlier in Trinity Term the Planning and Resource Allocation Committee of Council made a decree increasing the university composition fee for the M.Sc. in Management Research Methodology to £8,000 with effect from 2001-- 2. The committee has subsequently approved a proposal by the Social Sciences Board that the fee for the course, and also the fee for the M.Sc. in Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management, should be kept at the standard rates for Home/EU and overseas students in 2001--2, and should be set at £10,000 for both categories of student with effect from 2002--3. (The divisional board considered that an increase in the fee for the M.Sc. in Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management for 2001--2 would not be appropriate, as the standard fee rates had already been published. The two courses are similar in content and structure, and the board was clear that it would be inequitable to charge different fees. The opportunity was therefore taken to review the cost of delivering both courses, and it was concluded that a fee of £10,000 would be the right level for 2002--3.) The following decree provides accordingly.

Text of Decree (4)

1 Decree (7) of 24 May 2001 (Gazette), p. 1045) is hereby rescinded.

2 In Examination Decrees, 2000, p. 1118, after l. 31 insert new item (c) as follows and reletter existing items (c)--(e) as items (d)--(f):

`(c) for members of the University working for the Degree of M.Sc. in Management Research Methodology, or the Degree of M.Sc. in Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management, £10,000.'

3 Clause 1 of this decree shall have immediate effect; clause 2 shall be effective from 1 September 2002.

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CONGREGATION 16 July

Degree by Resolution

No notice to the contrary having been received, the following resolution is deemed to have been approved at noon on 16 July.

Text of Resolution

That the Degree of Master of Arts be conferred upon the following:

MARK MORRIS DAVIS, Lincoln College

STEFAN ENCHELMAIER, MA status, Wadham College

WILLIAM JEAN WILHELM, St Edmund Hall

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COUNCIL OF THE UNIVERSITY

Register of Congregation

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

Briggs, A.H., M.Sc., D.Phil., Nuffield

Coates, A.E., MA, D.Phil., Trinity

Kauffmann, M.R., MA, Merton

Milne, J.F., St Hilda's

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DIVISIONAL AND FACULTY BOARDS

For changes in regulations for examinations, to come into effect on 10 August, see `Examinations and Boards' below.

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