nation, comprising Pathological Anatomy, Hygiëne, Pharmacology, special Pathology and Therapeutics, Psychopathology, General Surgery, Obstetrics and testimonia for Ophthalmology, Oto-laryngology, Dermatology, Gynaecologe'. All other Faculties allow the choice of practically any subject connected with the candidate examination previously passed. As a main subject it has to be combined with two secondary subjects, of which the choice is free, with Certain exceptions.
The Faculty of Medicine allows also a free choice of Doctoral subject, if no professional qualification is desired. The qualification to exercise any profession in the Netherlands on the strength of a University diploma is attached to the certificate of the Doctoral Examination, except in the Faculties of Theology and Medicine. In Theology the professional qualification is acquired by an examination before a denominational committee, without any connection with the University. In the Faculty of Medicine the Doctoral Examination, unless the free direction is chosen, has to be followed by a practical Examination, called «Arts-examen*, comprising: special pathology and therapeutics, paediatry, psychiatry, pharmaceutics, surgery and obstetrics. It is divided into two parts.
3. Promotion. The degree of Doctor is acquired after having passed the Doctoral examination by writing and defending a Dissertation accompanied by at least six Theses. Other languages than Dutch are allowed. — The promotion adds no professional qualifications to those acquired by the Doctoral Examination or the special examinations completing them. Foreign students may be admitted to the promotion without having passed a Doctoral examination according to the regulation mentioned