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State Aid for University Education1

Nature volume 81, page 133 (29 July 1909) | Download Citation

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THE grant in aid of university colleges originated in the demand for advanced education in 1889 arising from the university extension movement, and was intended to help university colleges in providing suitable courses. In twenty years conditions have changed, and some of the university colleges have become universities, but they are still claimants for the aid. The members of the University Colleges Advisory Committee had a difficult task before them, and they submitted a report dated July 24, 1908. On this a Treasury minute, June 3, 1909, has been founded which lays down the conditions for participation in the grant. The conditions are summarised thus:—

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