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Mode and conditions of payment.
Mode of payments
College of Art-South Kensington, at which the fees for instruction will be remitted. If the Exhibitioner is to pursue his studies at the Institution applying for the Exhibition, the fees for instruction must be remittud.
c. The grant of the Board will be paid from year to year on condition that a like payment has been made by the Managers, and that the student has pursued his studies satisfactorily according to regulations fixed by the Board.
d. 101. of the local contribution will be paid to the Exhibitioner by the Board immediately it is notified to it (on Form 1066A) that he is commencing his studies. For the next three months of a term, a further monthly payment of 51. will be made out of the local contribution. 51. per month for three more months will be paid from the Board's grant when a certificate (Form 851) has been furnished by the Principal of the Institution at which the Exhibition is held, stating that the Exhibitioner is making satisfactory progress. The payment of the balance (101.) of the Board's grant will be made when the session terminates, and when a satisfactory report (Form 851) of the Exhibitioner's progress in his studies has been received from the Principal.
e. If the Exhibition is held at the Royal College of Science-or the Royal College of Art --South Kensington, 5l. will be paid to the Exhibitioner monthly during the session by the Board.
f. Application for the Exhibition must be made (on Form 286) before the 5th April. The Board must be informed before the following 1st September (on Form 287) where the Exhibitioner will pursue his studies.
g. Application for the renewal of the Exhibition for a second or third year must be made on Form 472 as soon as the payment of the Board's grant towards the Exhibition for the preceding year has been made.
Method of proc
COURSES OF INSTRUCTION TO STUDENTS IN TRAINING AS
A limited number of Teachers and Students in Science Classes under the Board, who intend to become Science Teachers, are admitted free for a term or a session to the sessional courses of instruction in the Royal College of Science, South Kensington. Whilst under examination or instruction they will receive a maintenance allowance at the rate of 21s. per week, and third class railway fare for one journey to and frc, each session, between the home of the Teacher or Student and the Royal College of Science.
Applicants are required to fill up and forward Form 400 before the 10th June, and Form 1019 before the 1st July: Copies of these Forms may be obtained from the Secretary, Board of Education, South Kensington, London, S.W.
In making selections, preference will be given to Applicants who are or have been already engaged in teaching Science. No Applicant under 18 or over 35 years of age, unless under exceptional circumstances, can be admitted, and no application can be considered unless the Applicant shows to the satisfaction of the College Authorities that he already possesses such an amount of preliminary knowledge of the subject or subjects in which he desires further training (and also of cognate or subsidiary subjects), as will enable him to profit by the instruction given at the College. Any provisionally selected Applicant may, before final approval, be called upon to pass an Entrance Examination at the College.
The courses given and the duration of each are as stated below:-
Part I. October to February.
„Part I. February to June.
Parts II, and III. October to June
Part I. October to February.
Parts II. and III. October to June.
Part I. October to February.
Attendance is required from 10 a.m. to 4 or 5 p.m. daily; in addition, Students will be required to give any further time necessary for writing up notes, &c. Students will be required to attend the Classes for Mathematics, Descriptive Geometry, and Freehand Drawing, in addition to the course of instruction for which they were selected, so far as may be considered
SHORT COURSES OF INSTRUCTION IN ART.
1. The short Courses of Art Instruction for Art Masters and Mistresses and Students of Schools of Art and Art Classes will be held at the Royal College of Art from the 8th July to the 23rd July, both dates inclusive, and will include (I.) Classes for instrnction and demonstrations in Life Drawing, Anatomy, and Figure Composition ; in Architectural Measuring and Sketching; in Design and Crafts ; and in Modelling from Life ; (II.) A course of three lectures by the Professor of Architecture, one lecture by the Professor of Painting, and one by the Professor of Design, in the Lecture Theatre of the Victoria and Albert Museum ; and (III.) Study in the Victoria and Albert Museum.
2. Applications to attend these Courses will be entertained only from those Teachers and Students who have obtained awards in the National Competition or successes in the Advanced Art Examinations, or have had works accepted for the Art Master's Certificate, Group I.
3. Application to attend must be made on Form 234, before the 10th June.
4. Applications from Teachers and Students in Scottish Schools of Art and Art Classes must be addressed to the Secretary, Scotch Education Department, Whitehall, London, S.W.
5. Ipplications from Teachers and Students in Irish Schools of Art and Art Classes must be addressed to the Secretary, Department of Agriculture and Technical Instruction, 4, Upper Merrion Street, Dublin.
6. Applicants who are selected to attend these Courses will receive third class railway fare (see note below) for one journey to and fro between their homes and the Royal College of Art, and £3 towards their expenses while attending the courses, provided that their attendance is punctual and their work is in all respects satisfactory. In the case of Teachers or Students resident in London or its vicinity, a reduction is made in the grant.
VISITS TO THE NATIONAL COMPETITION, TO THE VICTORIA
AND ALBERT MUSEUM, AND TO OTHER CENTRES OF
INSTRUCTION IN THE UNITED KINGDOM AND ABROAD. 1. Application for aid to see the Works in the National Competition, to study in the Victoria and Albert Museum and elsewhere, or to study abroad, must be made on Form 1178, not later than the 30th June.
2. Applications from Teachers and Students in Scottish Schools of Art and Art Classes must be addressed to the Secretary, Scotch Education Department, Whitehall, London, S.W.
3. Applications from Teachers and Students in Irish Schools of Art and Art Classes must be addressed to the Secretary, Department of Agriculture and Technical Instruction, 4, Upper Merrion Street, Dublin.
4. Applicants who are selected to see the Works in the National Competition, or to visit and study in the United Kingdom or abroad, will receive third class return railway fare (see note below) between their homes and the approved destination, and a sum not exceeding 58. a day towards their expenses, provided that a satisfactory report, together with sketches, drawings, or other work, be submitted. After examination these will be returned to the Master or Student submitting them.
NOTE.-All selected applicants are required to travel by the cheapest route and to use return tickets whenever a saving can be effected thereby, In all cases only the amount actually disbursed for travelling expenses, within these limits, is to be claimed. No cab or omnibus fares will be allowed.
ROYAL COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND ROYAL COLLEGE OF ART.
The Royal College of Science, London, 1. The Royal College of Science at South Kensington is a non-residential object of the institution supported by the State to supply systematic instruction in the second college of various branches of Physical Science to students of all classes. While the College is primarily intended for the instruction of teachers, and of students of the industrial classes selected by competition in the examinations of the Board of Education, South Kensington, other students are admitted so far as there may be accommodation for them on the payment of fees fixed at a scale sufficiently high to prevent undue competition with Institutions which do not receive State aid.
2. The Royal School of Mines is incorporated with the Royal College of Royal School of Science. Students entering for the Associateship of the Royal School of Mines obtain their general scientific training in the Royal College of Science. 3. The Royal College of Science is administered by a Council consisting Administration
of the Royal of the Professors, with a Dean as Chairman, and a Registrar.
College. 4. The instruction in the Royal College of Science is arranged in such a course of manner as to give the students a thorough training in the general principles Instruction. of Science, followed by advanced instruction in one or more special branches of Science.
5. The Associateship is granted in certain divisions or lines of study. Associateship Students who go through any one of these divisions, taking the subjects of students. instruction in the prescribed order, and who pass the necessary Examinations, receive a Certificate of Associateship of the Royal College of Science, or of the Royal School of Mines.
6. Students who are not candidates for the Associateship are permitted Other students. to enter as occasional students in one or more special branches of Science, and on passing the examination receive a Certificate to that effect. Certificates are not given for Model and Freehand Drawing ; nor for Mathematics, except in the higher Classes, viz., C, D, and E.
7. The Associateship of the Royal College of Science is given in one or Royal College more of the following divisions :
Royal School and the Associateship of the Royal School of Mines in
TIMES OF STUDY. 8. The session is divided into two Terms. The first term begins on the Division of 4th October and ends about the middle of February. The second term Session. begins in the middle of February and ends about the middle of June. The Christmas and Easter holidays each last about a fortnight.
Iolidays. 9. The hours of study are from 10 a.m to 1.15 and from 2 to 4 p.m Hours of study. every day, except on Wednesday and Saturday, when the College closes at 1 p.m. ; students receiving instruction in Mathematics attend till 5 p.m. on the specified days.
For further particulars see Prospectus, which may be obtained as shown on p. 131.
The title was changed from "Normal School of Science" on the 25th Octobo: 890.
Objects of the Royal College of Art.
ROYAL COLLEGE OF ART, LONDON. The Royal COLLEGE OF ART is established for the purpose of training Art Masters and Mistresses for the United Kingdom, and for the instruction of students in Drawing, Painting. Modelling and Designing, for Architecture, Manufactures, and Decoration. Whilst the Royal College of Art is primarily intended for the instruction of Teachers and Students selected by competition in the Art Examinations of the Board of Education, other students are admitted so far as there may be accommodation for them, on the payment of fees; but the number of such students is at present limited to 150 at any one time.
The Instruction in the Royal College of Art is arranged with the view of all students passing through the four sections of Ornament and Design, Drawing and Painting, Modelling and Architecture. The College is divided into an Upper and Lower School, and candidates upon their admission to the College are placed in one or other according to their proficiency.
The Associateship of the Royal College of Art will be granted to students of the Upper School in accordance with conditions which are under consideration.
The Associateship will also be granted to other students who, having passed satisfactorily through at least two years' training in the Royal College of Art (or National Art Training School), before October, 1900, have obtained the Art Master's Certificate, Group I., and two Certificates of other groups. Applications for the Associatest.ip will be considered in respect of students who fulfil some part only of the foregoing conditions. Applications for the Diploma of Associateship should be made to the Secretary, Board of Education, South Kensington, London, S.W. Free admission per term to the College is granted to (a) Students in Training, National Scholars, Royal Exhibitioners
and Free Students (sXLIX. f); (b) upon application to Local Scholars and Local Exhibitioners who
have passed the entrance tests to the College; and (c) to a few highly qualified Art students who are specially recom
mended by the Headmaster. The period for which free admission may be continued will depend upon the conduct of the student and his progress to the satisfaction of the Council.
The number of fee-paying students may not exceed 150 at any one time ; and the total nunber of free and fee-paying students per term in the College is limited to 350.
The Annual Session consists of two terms. The first term begins on the first Wednesday of October and ends about the middle of February. The second term begins about the middle of February and ends about the first week of July. The Christmas and Easter holidays each last about a fortnight.
The day classes meet from 9.30 a.m. to 3.30 p.m. The evening classes meet from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Students are required to attend the courses of study laid down for them.
A register of students' attendance is kept and may be consulted by parents and guardians.
The fee for students qualifying for admission under paragraph 8 is £12 10s. per term.
The fee for students admitted to the Etching Class only is £2 2s. per term.
For further particulars, see Prospectus which may be obtained as shown on p. 131.
Times of Study and Vacations.