The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 50
Section IV.—Admission Ad Eundem. — Chapter IX.—Admission Ad Eundem
Section IV.—Admission Ad Eundem.
Chapter IX.—Admission Ad Eundem.
|I.||Any person may be admitted without examination as an undergraduate member of the University of New Zealand who shall have passed the matriculation examination or completed any part of his undergraduate course at any of the undermentioned Universities—namely, Oxford, Cambridge, Glasgow, Aberdeen, St. Andrews, Edinburgh, Dublin, Durham, London, Queen's University of Ireland, Royal University of Ireland, Victoria University, Sydney, Melbourne, or Adelaide, or who is an Associate in Arts of either of the Universities of Oxford or Cambridge—and shall be considered of the same standing as regards the keeping of terms only as if he had been an undergraduate member of the University of New Zealand: Provided always that he shall give to the Registrar, to the satisfaction of the Chancellor, evidence of good conduct at any such University (1).page 65|
|II.||Any person who shall have been admitted to the degree of Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts, Bachelor of Medicine, Doctor of Medicine, Bachelor of Laws, Doctor of Laws, Bachelor of Music, Doctor of Music, Bachelor of Science, Doctor of Science, in any of the following Universities—namely, Oxford, Cambridge, Glasgow, Aberdeen, St. Andrews, Edinburgh, Dublin, Durham, London, Queen's University of Ireland, Royal University of Ireland, Victoria University, Syndey, Melbourne, or Adelaide—may be admitted by the Senate to the same degree in the University of New Zealand. Candidates shall, on or before the first day of the meeting of the Senate in any year, lodge with the Registrar as evidence a diploma or calendar of the University to which they have formerly belonged, or a certificate of the Registrar or other recognised officer of the said University, together with proof of their identity by means of a statutory declaration or a certificate from a member of the Senate.|
|III.||The fee for admission ad eundem, either as a graduate or as an undergraduate, shall be two guineas, and shall be paid by the applicant at the time of making application for such admission.|
1 Applicants under this section must send to the Registrar—(a) Any evidence in their possession of their standing at their former University; (b) A Tee of two guineas; (c) A statutory declaration of identity.