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It has been announced that the Rail Maritime and Transport (RMT) Union have cancelled planned strike action which was due to disrupt services on 25th and 26th May. All services will now run as normal on the above dates and there will be no impact on students travelling to examinations.
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Founded in 1932 under the will of Mr A. C. Troughton
- A Scholarship, known as the Troughton Scholarship, may be
awarded when there
is a vacancy.
- The Scholarship is awarded by the Council, on the
recommendation of a
Committee of the Academic Board consisting of the Provost and the Deans
Faculties from which the candidates are drawn.
- The Scholarship is awarded to a graduate proceeding to a
- The annual value of the Troughton Scholarship may fluctuate
from year to
year but will be in the region of £80.
- Candidates must have graduated, or be a candidate for
graduation in the term
in which the award is made.
- Candidates must send written notice of their
intention to compete for the
Scholarship to the Registrar of the College on or before 15 May.
They must give
particulars of their academic record and of the work which they intend
in the event of the Scholarship being awarded to them.
- The qualifications of candidates are considered by a
Committee of the
Academic Board. The Committee will give first consideration to the academic
distinction of each candidate and their qualifications for
proceeding to a
higher degree. If the Committee finds it difficult to make a final
between two or more candidates, consideration will be given to
the means of the
- The Committee may require candidates to attend a
- The Scholar elected must pursue a course of study approved by
- The Scholarship is tenable for one session.
- Awards are subject to the provisions of the General Regulations.
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