UNIVERSITY OF DURHAM

1857 The Lancet  
they are also required to translate passages from the Latin Pharmacopoeia. In the week next following the examination, the examiners arrange in two divisions such of the candidates as shall have passed; and a certificate, signed by the registrar, is delivered to each of such candidates. SECOND EXAMINATION. The Second Examination commences on the first Monday in November. No candidate is admitted to this examination within two academical years of the first examination. Certificates required-1.
more » ... cates required-1. Of having passed the first examination. 2. Of having subsequently attended a course of lectures on each of two of the subjects in the foregoing list, and for which the candidate did not present certiiicates at the first examination. 3. Of having, since the first examination, dissected during six months. 4. Of having conducted at least six labours. 5. Of having attended the surgical practice of a recognised hospital or hospitals during twelve months, and lectures on clinical surgery. 6. Of having attended the medical practice of a recognised hospital or hospitals during other twelve months, and lectures on clinical medicine. 7. Of having subsequently attended to practical medicine in a recognised hospital, infirmary, or dispensary, during six months. 8. Of moral character from a teacher in the last school or institution at which he studied. The fee for examination is £5. Candidates are examined in Physiology, (including Comparative they are also required to translate passages of the Latin Phar-macopæia, into English, and of the English Pharmacopoeia into Latin, and to report on the cases of actual patients. In the following week the examiners arrange in two divisions such of the candidates as shall have passed ; and a certificate under the seal of the University, and signed by the Chancellor, is delivered to each of such candidates. EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF MEDICINE. The examination commences on the fourth Monday in November. Certificates required-1. Of having taken the degree of Bachelor of Medicine in this University, or a degree in medicine or in surgery at a University the degrees granted by which are recognised by the senate. (Those candidates who have not taken the degree in this University must produce a certificate of having completed their twenty-third year.) 2. Of having attended, subsequently to having taken one of the above degrees, (a) to clinical or practical medicine during two years in a medical institution recognised by this University; (b), or, to clinical or practical medicine during one year, and of having been engaged during three years in the practice of his profession; (c) or, if he have taken the degree of Bachelor of Medicine in this University, of having been engaged during five years in the practice of his profession. (One year of attendance on clinical or practical medicine, or two years of practice, will be dispensed with in the case of those candidates who at the second examination were placed in the first division.) 3. Of moral character, signed by two persons of respectability. The fee for examination is £10. being then not less than fourteen years of age, will be admitted to the first examination for the degree of Bachelor of Medicine, on producing certificates-1. Of having been engaged during two years in their professional studies. 2. Of having attended a course of lectures on each of four of the subjects comprehended in the foregoing list. 3. Of having dissected during nine months. 4. Of having attended to practical pharmacy. They will be admitted to the second examination on producing certificates-1. Of having been engaged during four years in their professional studies. 2. Of having passed the first examination. 3. Of having attended a course of lectures on each of two of the subjects in the foregoing list, in addition to those for which certificates were produced at the first examination. 4. Of having dissected during twelve months. 5. Of having attended to practical pharmacy. 6. Of having conducted at least six labours. 7. Of having attended the surgical practice of a recognised hospital or hospitals during twelve months. 8. Of having attended the medical practice of a recognised hospital or hospitals during other twelve months. 9. Of having completed their twenty-second vear. 10. Of moral character, from a teacher in the last school or institution at which they have studied. Candidates who have not taken a degree in Arts, or passed the matriculation examination, trans. late a portion
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