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SOUTH WALES UNIVERSITY I COLLEGE.

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SOUTH WALES UNIVERSITY I COLLEGE. It will be a source of much gratification to the staff, the students, and all the friends of the South Wales University College to learn that the Lord of the Committee of Council on Education have placed the college on the same footing as Owen's College, now incorporated in the Victoria University, with regard to tho special arrangements for the instructions of science teachers. The college is also accepted as an institution at which persons to whom local exhibitions have been granted may pursue their studies. Thesearenotewotthy conces- sions, especially when it is borne in mind that the college has only been a little over a year in existence. The recognition by the department will, no doubt, stimulate ail who are connected with the institution to render it worthy of still further proofs of Government favour. The following is the letter from the Education Department Science ard Art Department, London, S.W., January 6th, 1885. Sir,—I am directed to acquaint you that the Lords of the Committee of Council on Education have considered the application contained in your letter of f-he 24th ultimo, and they are pleased to approve that the University College, Cardiff, shall be placed on the same footing as the Owen's College, Manchester, with regard to the special arrangements for the instruction of I science teachers. The college will also be accepted as an institution at which persons to whom local exhibitions have been granted may pursue their studies. A copy of the minute of my lords under which aid is granted to science teachers attending courses of instruction in the Owen's College is enclosed for your information, and I am to request that the department may be furnished with information respecting the subjects of instruction at University College, and the amount of the fees to be paid for such instruction. These details should be similar to those given in the nrnutes with regard to the Owen's College. I am to add that during the lifetime of Mr W. Thomas Lewis his endowment of £ 33 a year would be considered as satisiying the conditions of the science directory with regard to the local I' contribution to a local exhibition. But such local exhibition must be competed for at the May tiop examinations of the department. A copy of the science directory is forwarded I herewith in accordance with your request.-I am. sir. vour obedient servant, W. D. DONNELLY. Mr Ivor James, University College, Cardiff.

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