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Lectures on Church History, Christian Morals, and the Doctrines and Discipline of the Church of England, are delivered twice a week throughout the year's course, by the Warden,
The French, German, and Drawing Masters attend each twice a week, at 7 p.m.
EXAMINATIONS.-The above course of study prepares Students for undergoing, at the conclusion of their first year, an Examination for Matriculation at the University of London.
EXHIBITIONS.-The University of London offers two Exhibitions of £30 each, for two years, to the candidates who shall respectively distinguish themselves most in Classics, and in Mathematics and Natural Philosophy.
PRIZES.—The University of London offers two Prizes of £5 each, to candidates who shall respectively distinguish themselves most in Chemistry, and in Botany or Zoology. And the Queen's College offers to its Students the Piercy Prize of £5° 59. for proficiency in German. Prizes of Books are also usually given by the Warden and Tutors, to the most deserving Students in the several classes.
SECOND YEAR'S COURSE.
7 A.M. Prayers
The Chaplain 71 Breakfast
Breakfast 8-9 Celsus The Clasl. Tutor 8-9 Gregory
The Clasl. Tutor 9-11 Materia Medica The Medi. Tutor 9-11 Botany
The Medi. Tutor 11-12 Natural Philos. The Math. Tutor 11–12 Elementary The Math. Tutor 12 Luncheon
Astronomy 3-5P.M. Elements of The Medi, Tutor 12 Luncheon Anatomy
2-4P.M. Medical Exam. The Medi. Tutor 5 Dinner
Dinner 8 Coffee
Instruction in dispensing at the Queen's Hospital during this year's course.
EXAMINATIONS.—This year's course prepares for the Latin Examination of the Society of Apothecaries. Students not qualified for the Matriculation Examination at the University of London, at the close of their first year, have again the opportunity of presenting themselves, having continued in the interval the above first year's course.
EXHIBITIONS AND PRIZES the same as at the end of the first year.
Collegiate examinat ons are held at the close of each term, during the two year's course, which all the Students are required to attend.
SENIOR DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE & SURGERY.
The system of study pursued in this department constitutes a complete course of Collegiate, Medical
, and Surgical Education. The Lectures qualify for examination for the Diplomas of the Royal College of Surgeons and the Society of Apothecaries, without any residence elsewhere.
Students who have passed through the Junior Department of this College, and have there in due course matriculated at the University of London, may present themselves for the first M.B. examination at the end of their first year in the Senior Medical Department. At the end of the second year, matriculated Students who deferred their examination at the University of London, have again the opportunity of presenting themselves. At the end of the third year, Students are eligible for the M.B. Degree in the University of London, for the Diploma of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, and the License of the Society of Apothecaries.
FIRST YEAR'S COURSE,
7 A.M. Breakfast
7 A.M. Breakfast
The Chaplain 8-9 Anatomy and The Professor 9-11 Practice of Medi- The Medical & Physiology
cine & Surgery Surgical Offi9-11 The Practice of The Med. & Sur.
at the Medicine and Officers of the
Pharmacy Hospital Surgery Hospital 11--12 Practical Chem. The Professor 11-12 Anatomical De- The Demonstra
istry monstrations &
12 Luncheon Dissections
The Professor 12 Luncheon
3-4 Materia Medica The Professor 12-1 Chemistry The Professor
Dinner 2-4 Dissecting Room The Demonstra. 6—7 Midwifery The Professor
& Med. Tutor 8 Coffee 4-5 Pract. of Physic The Professor 5
Dinner 8 Coffee
Divinity Lecture by the Warden every Friday. DEGREE.-Students who matriculated at the end of their first year, will now be eligible for the first M.B. examination in the University of London.
SCHOLARSHIPS.- Queen's College has four Scholarships to offer, founded by Dr. Warneford, of £10 each per annum, tenable for two years.
PRIZES.-Also the University of London offers a Prize of Books of the value of £5, to the Candidate who most distinguishes himself in Chemistry; and the same to the best proficient in Vegetable Physiology. Queen's College also offers the following Prizes :—the Anatomy Medal; the Materia Medica Medal; the Chemistry Medal ; and the Botany Medal.
SECOND YEAR'S COURSE.
7 A.M. Breakfast
7 A.M. Breakfast 74 Chapel
The Chaplain 73 Chapel The Chaplain 8-9 Anatomy and The Professors 8-9 Forensic Medi- The Professor Physiology
cine 9-11 Practice of Me- The Medical and 9-11 Practice of Medi. The Medical and
dicine and Surgical Officers cine & Surgery Surgical Officers Surgery at the Hospital
with Practical at the Hospital
Pharmacy 11–12 Demonstrations The Demonstrat. 11–12 Midwifery The Professor 12 Luncheon
12 Luncheon 144. | Dissections The Demonstrat. 2-4 Medical and Sur- The Medical
and Med. Tutor
gical Examina- Tutor Prac. of Physic The Professor
tions 5 Dinner
Dinner 6-7 Surgery The Professor 8 Coffee
Divinity Lecture every Friday. DEGREE. Students who were prevented passing the first M. B. examination at the end of the third year, may go up for examination at the commencement of their fourth year, with a chance of the same Scholarships and Prizes.
PRIŽES.—The Queen's College offers the following Prizes :—the Warneford Gold Medals ; Professors Davies and Cox Gold Medals for Clinical Reports; the Professors' Medals in Anatomy, Surgery, Forensic Medicine, Midwifery, and Practice of Physic,
THIRD YEAR'S COURSE.
7 A.M. Breakfast
7 A.M. Breakfast Chapel The Chaplain 73 Chapel
The Chaplain 8-9 Anatomy and The Professors
Physiology 9-11 Practice of Medi. The Medical and 9-11 Practice of Medi- The Medical and cine & Surgery Surgical Officers cine & Surgery Surgical Officers at the Hospital
at the Hospital 11–12 Demonstrations The Demonstrat. 11–12 Midwifery, with The Professor
Divinity Lecture every Friday. The respective Professors connected with the General and Queen's Hospitals, deliver Clinical Lectures on Medicine and Surgery, and also give instruction in Morbid Anatomy.
DEGREES, DIPLOMAS, SCHOLARSHIPS, PRIZES.--Students are now eligible to offer themselves for Examination at the University of London, for the Degree of Bachelor of Medicine, when the University offers to the Candidate who shall distin. guish himself most in Anatomy and Physiology, an Exhibition of £30 for two years ; the same to the Candidate who shall distinguish himself most in Chemistry, and the same to the Candidate who shall distinguish himself most in Materia Medica and Pharmaceutical Chemistry.
Students are now eligible to offer themselves for the Diploma of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, at which Royal College three Studentships of the value of £100 per annum for three years, have been established for the best proficiencies in human and comparative Anatomy.
Students are now eligible for examination for the Licence of the Society of Apothecaries,
And the Queen's College offers the same Prizes for the same subjects as in the preceding year, also the Governors' Gold Medals for regularity and good conduct during the period of three years.
ATTENDANCE OF MEDICAL STUDENTS. A book will be kept by each Professor specifying the dates of attendance of each Student. Testimonials as to such attendance and as to Professional Acquirements will be given by the Professors in such printed forms only as have been agreed upon by them.
EXAMINATIONS. A viva voce examination will be held in each class every week or fortnight, at the discretion of the Professor, and on the last day of each course there will be a general written examination in every class, at which all the Students must attend. The Professors' Medals and Certificates of Honour will be awarded to those Students who, in such written examinations, shall display the greatest proficiency.
CERTIFICATES. During the last week of the Winter and Summer Sessions, the Schedules of the Royal College of Surgeons and Society of Apothecaries on Lectures and Hospital Practice are to be left with the Registrar; the Schedules duly signed by the respective Professors, will afterwards be delivered to Students, by the Curator, on the last day of each term. Certificates will not be granted to those Students who neglect to comply with this regulation.
FELLOWSHIPS. Such Members of the College as hold a diploma in medicine or surgery, or who are graduates in medicine, law, or arts, or such Members of the late Birmingham Royal School of Medicine and Surgery as the Council may determine, are eligible to be " Fellows," under the power granted by the Crown to the College.
PRIVILEGES OF FELLOWS. The Fellows have power to vote at all special and general meetings, have freo admission to the medical and general Library, to the Museums, and to the lectures of the Professors ; and likewise are privileged to dine in the College Hall, on the payment of a specified sum, to be fixed by the Council,
TIIE WARNEFORD SCHOLARSHIPS. Four Resident Scholarships have been founded by the Rev. Dr. WARŘEFORD, of £10 each, to be held for two years; to be conferred upon the Students who have resided in the College at least twelve months, who have been distinguished for their diligence and good conduct, who have beea regular in their attendance on Divine Service, and who have availed themselves especially of the religious instruction of the Warden.
TIE WARNEFORD GOLD MEDALS. The Interest of £1000 to be applied for the Institution of two Prizes, either in equal or unequal amounts, as may seem to the Trustees most likely to advance the great ends in view, which are, to combine religious with scientific studies and pursuits, to make Medical and Surgical Students good Christians, as well as able Practitioners in Medicine and Surgery, The compositions written for these Prizes to be of a religious as well as scientific nature; the subject to be taken out of any branch of Anatomical, Physiological, or Pathological Science, and to be handled in a practical or professional manner, and according to those evidences of facts and phenomena which Anatomy, Physiology, and Pathology, so abundanily supply ; but always and especially with a view to exemplify or set forth, by instanta and example, the Wisdom, Power, and Goodness of God, as revealed and declared in Holy Writ.
TWO GOLD MEDALS are offered by the Governors of the College for regularity of attendance at Lectures and Examinations, and good conduct during three years ; to be certified by the Warden, Tutors and Professors.
SILVER MEDALS are annually given by each Professor, on a Public Examination, of proficiency in the respective departments of Medical Science, at the conclusion of the Summer Session.
CERTIFICATE OF HONOUR. Students who may, after Examination, be placed by the Professor next to the Medalist, will receive a Certificate of Honour, sigted by the Principal and Vice-Principal, and Dean of the Faculty.
UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS, &c. Students of the College are admitted ta Examination for the Scholarships, Exhibitions, Gold Medals, and Books, offered by the Senate of the University of London. Students are also eligible to contend for the Commission in the Army, offered to the Senate of the University by the Army Medical Department once in every two years, for one of its most distinguished Bachelors of Medicine.
STUDENTSHIPS, &c. OF TIIE ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS. Stadents are eligible to offer themselves for the Studentships of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, of the value of £100 per annum for three years, (three of which have been established) for the best proficients in Human and Comparative Anatomy. The General commanding the Army in Chief, the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, and the Court of Directors, have (at the instance of the Director General of the Medical Department of the Army, the Physician General of the Royal Navy, and the Chairman of the Ilonourable East India Company) placed the appointment of an Assistant Surgeon at the disposal of the President and Council of the Royal College of Surgeons once in three years, for such Students as may be considered worthy of these honourable distinctions. These appointments are also open to the Students of the College.
MŪSEUMS. Connected with the College are Museums of Human, Comparatire and Pathological Anatomy, containing upwards of two thousand preparations, to sbieh the Students are admitted daily. And under certain regulations and restrictions they also have access to an extensive Museum, illustrative of Zoology, Geology, and the other departments of Natural History.
LIBRARY. The Library contains upwards of Four Thousand Volumes ; and the quarterly, monthly, and weekly periodicals of Medicine and Surgery and General Science lie upon the Table.
REGISTRATION. The Register of Tickets is open from October 1st to October 21st, 1850, and from May 1st to May 18th, 1851. Applications to be made and the tickets brought to the Registrar, W. Sands Cox, Esq., at the College.
TABLE OF FEES. All Fees are paid to the Deputy Treasurer, Professor Davies, M.D., 25, Nesball Street, during the first week of term, at nine o'clock in the morning, where the Student may obtain his ticket.
JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. The College expences including Commons, Chamber Rent, and Servants' Wagas, will not exceed £48 for the three terms. The payments to be made by the instalments, viz., £18 on the 1st of October, £18 on the Ist of January, and 12 on the 1st of May,
ANNUAL. Latin and Greek Classics £4 4 0 French
£33 0 Mathematic and Natural Phil.
3 3 0 osophy: 4 4 0 Drawing
3 3 0 SENIOR DEPARTMENT. The College Expences including Commons, Chamber Rent, and Servants' Wages, will not exceed £50 for the three terms. The payments to be made by three instalments, viz., £18 on the 1st of October, £18 on the 1st of January, and £14 on the 1st of May.
Single Course. Pereptual. £. s. £. s. Anatomy and Physiology 5 5 10 10 Botany
3 3 55 Anatomical Demonstration 3 5 5 Medicine
4 4 7 7 Chemistry 6 6 9 9 Surgery
6 6 Materia Medica 3 3 5 5 Midwifery
3 3 Forensic Medicine
3 3 6 6