Admittance of constituent colleges of the Cambridge Institute of Education to temporary membership of the University of London

Scope and Content

Papers and related correspondence originating from the University of London Institute of Education and the Cambridge Institute of Education concerning the admittance of constituent colleges of the Cambridge Institute of Education to temporary membership of the University of London, and thus enabling Bedford College of Physical Education students to take Part I (Certificate in Education Examination) in 1968 and 1969 and Part II of the London University B.Ed. in 1969 and 1970, and subsequent administrative arrangements.

Contains a paper titled 'Some notes on the proposals regarding the B.Ed. degree' by W. R. Niblett, Dean of the University of London Institute of Education (1966); Report of University of London Joint Planning Committee on the B.Ed. degree (1967); syllabuses from various colleges (not Bedford) in Movement or Physical Education; correspondence and circulars on procedures for registration of candidates, syllabuses and schemes of examination, attendance of college representatives at meetings of University of London Institute of Education Standing Sub-Committees, circulation of information, and financial arrangements; registration details of Bedford candidates; report from an examiner on four Year III Bedford students undertaking teaching practice (1969); Pass List for 1969 Certificate in Education Examination; Regulations for First Degrees in the University of London Faculty of Education (1967-68 & 1969-70); details of a part-time B.Ed. course offered by Sidney Webb College in 1970; correspondence re individual students; an Examiner's notes (?) on the B.Ed. Part II Examination for 1969; B.Ed. Part II 1970 examination results for Bedford candidates.

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