University and Educational Intelligence

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    GLASGOW.—The Principal wishes it to be known that the University will do what it can to safeguard the academic interests of undergraduates on military duty. In relation to attendance on courses of instruction, to duration of study, to periods of notice required, etc., account will be taken of a student's absence on military duty to ensure, if possible, that his graduation shall not be unduly delayed.

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    University and Educational Intelligence . Nature 93, 685–686 (1914) doi:10.1038/093685a0

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