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The Faculties of Law, Philosophy and Letters have differentiated programmes for the candidate-examination, viz.:

Law: A. Study of Dutch Law. B. Study of South African . Law. C. Free study of Law. Particulars of subjects are omitted here. Philosophy: A. B. C. mathematics, physics, astronomy, with the stress laid on any two of the three subjects. D. physics, mathematics with chemistry. E. chemistry, with physics, mathematics, mineralogy. F. chemistry, with physics, botany, mineralogy. G. geology, mineralogy with botany, zoology. H. mineralogy, geology, with physics, chemistry. I. botany, zoology, with physics, chemistry. J. botany, zoology, with geology. K. chemistry, botany, with physics.

Letters: A. Classical languages and philology, — B. Dutch languages and philology, — C. Romanic languages and philology, — D. Germanic languages and philology, — E. Slavonic languages and philology, — F. Semitic languages and philology, — G. Indo-Iranian languages and philology, — H. Indonesian languages and philology, —

1. Chinese and Japanese languages and philology, — J. History, — K. Art history and archaeology. Particulars omitted as above. C, D, E, F and I allow specialisation in any one language of the group, e. g. French, English, German etc. — Other subjects within the range of the faculty may be added to the list, at the request of a Faculty.

2. Doctoral Examination. The Faculty of Theology distinguishes three kinds of Doctoral Examination, viz. a literary, a historical and a philosophical one.

The Faculty of Medicine has a regular Doctoral exami-