Technical Education in Germany and the United Kingdom


    AT the request of Mr. R. Blair, the executive officer of the London County Council Education Committee, a valuable memorandum has been drawn up by Dr. F. Rose on the qualifications of the students trained at the German technical high schools in comparison with those of students at British universities and technical institutions of university rank. This memorandum, with the tabular portion abridged, is subjoined, and it contains facts of great interest and importance. Referring to it, Mr. Blair says:—

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    Technical Education in Germany and the United Kingdom . Nature 82, 471–474 (1910).

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